CHILE: 2004 Soft drinks sales hit record
Sales totaled $1bn in 2004. This year the industry is expecting further growth of between 5% and 6%.
Carbonated drinks made up 87% or 1.5bn litres of the total, while mineral water sales made up 8%. Sales of mineral water rose by 7.9% to 133m litres, while juice sales increased by 6% to 97m litres.
The industry expects much of this year's projected growth to come from increased sales of mineral water, juices and lower-calorie soft drinks.
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