Ready-To-Drink Tea Sales Resume Surge After Slow-Down In Mid-Nineties,Beverage Marketing Study Reports
Rise Came Largely From Value-Added Products; Ready-To-Drink Coffee Market Continues to Slow Sales of ready-to-drink tea, which recorded vigorous growth in the early years of the decade, have shown "new signs of life after a few lackluster years in the mid-1990s," it is reported in a study issued by Beverage Marketing Corporation, leading provider of data and consulting services to the global beverage industry.
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