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Is 2016 boom time for soft drinks in West Europe? - Comment

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A mild start to the year in many West European markets, coupled with an earlier Easter, looks to have aided the fortunes of the region's soft drinks category in the first quarter of 2016. In its soon-to-be published Quarterly Beverage Tracker, Canadean is set to predict a marginal increase in soft drinks demand in the year so far.


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