Move the needle 2001

Dawson, Havis
December 2000
Beverage World;12/15/2000, Vol. 119 Issue 1697, p26
Trade Publication
Predicts the categories in the non-alcoholic beverage sector that will achieve growth in the year 2001. Expansion of bottled water into take-home multipacks; Forecasts on the rise of multipack Polyethylene terephthalate bottles of softdrinks; Marketing efforts of the producers of lemon lime drinks.


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