Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/22/2014 -- Transparency of the product is a selling point asset for brand owners within soft drinks in France. This trend therefore enabled PET bottles to gain ground within 100% juices in 2012, thanks to the success of Tropicana in PET bottles in the size of 850ml in November 2010. According to trade press, PepsiCo France SNC was able to recruit 170,000 new purchaser households in 2011. Such a performance led the company to upsize PET bottles for the Tropicana Pure Premium range by launching in December 2011 the size of 1,300ml within 100% juices in retail, hence the positive growth in 2012.
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Sales of soft drinks packaging should perform well over the forecast period. Product innovation and growing concerns about healthier drinking habits should help, for example, metal beverage cans to perform well. Overall sales of soft drinks packaging are expected to record a CAGR of 2% over the forecast period.
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