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In spite of new legislation and adverse publicity, the UK soft drinks market continued to grow in 2005. And while concerns over childhood obesity may have impacted on carbonated drinks sales, those same concerns have undoubtedly created opportunities for other products, such as smoothies, fruit juices and waters. Annette Farr reports.


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