just On Call - Carbonates still top value category globally - analysts

By Michelle Russell | 14 April 2011

Carbonates remains the largest value category in the global soft drinks markets, according to Euromonitor, with growth expected from the developing markets over the next four years.

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Carbonates remains the largest value category in the global soft drinks markets, according to Euromonitor, with growth expected from the developing markets over the next four years.

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