UK: Sports, energy drinks on the rise in UK in '08 – Britvic

By Annette Farr | 13 March 2009

Sports and energy drinks outperformed all other categories in the UK last year, according to this year's Britvic Soft Drinks Report 2009.

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Sports and energy drinks outperformed all other categories in the UK last year, according to this year's Britvic Soft Drinks Report 2009.

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