Ready-to-drink teas and coffees can generally be found in coolers near delis or checkouts, but confusion remains over where they sell best. Teas are often placed next to carbonated sodas or with flavored waters and other New Age beverages and bottled fruit juices. And bottled coffees are likely to be found fighting for shelf space in any of these locations or wedged between cans of ground coffee and boxes of tea bags. The proliferation of new products has added to the confusion of where ...

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