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  • Drinking juice like it's medicine
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Drinking juice like it's medicine

No longer is ‘thirst quenching’ a good enough reason to purchase a soft drink. People are choosing beverages based on what “innovative” feature or added nutritional value they contain, as highlighted by a 2014 Beverage Industry report.

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