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Canadians are moving away from carbonates in favour of other soft drinks, according to a new report from the leading beverage industry analysts Canadean. Although still accounting for almost half of the volume, carbonated soft drink (CSD) sales have weakened in recent years, at the same time as manufacturers have begun to invest heavily in alternative products to meet changes in demand.


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