US: Energy drinks return to pre-recession highs in US - research

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 9 May 2011

The energy drinks sector in the US has returned to pre-recessionary sales levels and is looking at a bright future, according to recent research.

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The energy drinks sector in the US has returned to pre-recessionary sales levels and is looking at a bright future, according to recent research.

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