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Research in Focus - Soft Drinks: How Consumption Patterns Drive Branding and Product Development

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In 2011, global soft drinks sales reached 609bn litres, up by 4% over the previous year and continuing a steady upwards trend. At the same time, global consumption continues to evolve, both in terms of what consumers are buying as well as how, where and - perhaps most importantly - why.


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