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The sale of soft drinks in pubs in the UK is set to reach £1.8 billion this year, a record for the industry, as lifestyles and attitudes towards soft drinks change, a report says. Sue Garfitt, of Britvic, which wrote the report, said: "Changing consumer patterns means people are looking for healthier options and more choice.


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