Comment - Soft Drinks & Water - Are the Brits Really Coming This Time?
The Brits, it seems, have been coming to the US ever since Paul Revere warned the people of Massachusetts that an army was about to stop the American Revolution; they didn't. Neither have the Brits conquered Hollywood in the manner so often declared at Oscar time. So, can they secure a foothold in the US when it comes to soft drinks? Annette Farr thinks yes. And no.
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