Dollar Sales $3,828,380,000 % Change From Last Year -2.29 of low-carb diets, which discourage consumption of the sugary drinks. Sales of refrigerated juices and drinks dropped 2.29%, to $3.8 billion, in the supermarket channel for the 52 weeks that ended June 13. That compares to a 1.56% drop, to $3.89 billion, for the calendar year that ended Dec. 28, 2003, and a 5.7% decline to just over $3.95 billion for the 12 months that ended Dec. 29, 2002. Orange, the undisputed king of juices, saw ...

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