GLOBAL: Energy drinks shrug off downturn - research

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 24 March 2009

Rising demand for energy drinks is not likely to be damaged by the global economic downturn as more soft drinks players are attracted to the category, according to beverage market research group Canadean.

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Rising demand for energy drinks is not likely to be damaged by the global economic downturn as more soft drinks players are attracted to the category, according to beverage market research group Canadean.

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