UK: Britvic shows the bottle to unlock drinks value

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 12 February 2010

Britvic is to sell low- and no-sugar Tango, Pepsi and 7Up drinks in bigger bottles for the same price in the UK, in an effort to improve sales in the country's on-the-go soft drinks sector.

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Britvic is to sell low- and no-sugar Tango, Pepsi and 7Up drinks in bigger bottles for the same price in the UK, in an effort to improve sales in the country's on-the-go soft drinks sector.

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