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The latest issue of Mintel's Global New Products Database shows once again that specialty concepts are driving new product development in both the soft drinks and alcoholic drinks markets. Included in the latest round-up are shakes and smoothies aimed at menopausal women, a cider containing the hot Japanese herb, wasabi, and an artichoke-flavoured drink.


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