Comment - Soft Drinks & Water - The Question of Ethics

By Annette Farr | 9 February 2010

Weather-beaten consumers are keen to jump back on board the ethical express, when it comes to soft drinks and water. Whilst companies operating in the sector are well-tuned to say what they'll do in the ethical arena, Annette Farr asks if they also mean what they say.

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Weather-beaten consumers are keen to jump back on board the ethical express, when it comes to soft drinks and water. Whilst companies operating in the sector are well-tuned to say what they'll do in the ethical arena, Annette Farr asks if they also mean what they say.

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