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Ready-to-drink brands (RTDs) have been likened to their more controversial precursors, the alcopop brands of 1990s which enjoyed strong growth, like RTDs, but then slumped. With leading RTD players reporting a drop in sales over the past 12 months, Ben Cooper asks if history is about to repeat itself.


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