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  • Quenching Australia's thirst for health
  • Quenching Australia's thirst for health
    Jeremy Page (2010) ©
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Quenching Australia's thirst for health

It’s no secret that Australians have been getting into shape in recent years. From going organic to embracing intense fitness classes, being the best you can be is a big deal Down Under. While soft drinks lose popularity, Schweppes plans to cash in on the health craze with the introduction of Lqd+.

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