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  • New soft drinks drive restaurant visits
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New soft drinks drive restaurant visits

Foodie culture is spreading to soft drinks, with more people saying the drinks available at a restaurant influence their decision of where to eat. With new flavour varieties, healthier options and customisation on the menu, the gourmet soft drink is on the rise.

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