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  • India develops a taste for branded juice
  • India develops a taste for branded juice
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India develops a taste for branded juice

India's array of indigenous exotic fruits may be the stuff Western smoothie drinkers' dreams are made of, but Indians are choosing packaged fruit drinks over fresh fruit juice as branded juice takes off, despite being more expensive.

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