Is New Age reaching middle age? In the beverage aisle, the New Age category -- home of Snapple, SoBe and other tea-juice alternatives to traditional carbonated soft drinks -- has lost some of its youthful edge in recent years. Growth isn't as rapid as it once was, and brands are beginning to mature and behave under the watchful eye of corporate parents. Manufacturers continue to offer a myriad of new products in this area, and trends in health and wellness seem to bode well for the ...

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