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As carbonate consumers across the globe move towards healthier drinks such as bottled water and juices, manufacturers are looking into other alternatives to sustain growth in carbonates. Non-cola carbonates are perceived as healthier than cola variants, and flavours sourced from local fruits have become a growth point for major manufacturers in Latin America. Hope Lee of Euromonitor reports.


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