FRANCE: New Orangina Schweppes drink to avoid French tax

By Stuart Todd | 20 January 2012

Orangina Schweppes has launched a no added sugar version of its namesake drink, in an apparent effort to avoid a new soft drinks tax in its native France.

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Orangina Schweppes has launched a no added sugar version of its namesake drink, in an apparent effort to avoid a new soft drinks tax in its native France.

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