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Eastern Europeans are much bigger juice drinkers than their Asian Pacific and Latin American counterparts. While Eastern European juice markets have traditionally been dominated by local companies, according to global market analysts, Euromonitor, domestic producers are coming under increasing pressure from multinationals keen to gain a piece of the action.


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