Similar to other high-sugar drinks categories, health and wellness concerns negatively impacted concentrates in 2015, with the category recording a 7% decline in off-trade volume terms and a 1% drop in retail value terms. Consumers, and in particular parents, who traditionally purchased mainstream cordials such as Cottee’s, viewed concentrates products as containing high amounts of sugar and increasingly turned to beverages with healthier attributes, such as coconut water, RTD tea or flavoured...
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