Spotlight - Ready-to-drink tea showing healthy growth

By Soft Drinks International | 4 January 2008

As consumers look for healthier alternatives to traditional soft drinks choices, ready-to-drink (RTD) tea has become an increasingly dynamic category. Jeanette Bengtsson of Euromonitor International reports on the some of the key product innovations driving category growth across the major regional markets.

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As consumers look for healthier alternatives to traditional soft drinks choices, ready-to-drink (RTD) tea has become an increasingly dynamic category. Jeanette Bengtsson of Euromonitor International reports on the some of the key product innovations driving category growth across the major regional markets.

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