Boldly flavored sparkling juices and European sodas are bubbling up the beverage section. The often all-natural and sometimes imported carbonated soft drinks are becoming welcome refreshment for upscale consumers when fortified versions of traditional colas — and other bubbly beverages sweetened with high-fructose corn syrup — just won't do. “These drinks aren't necessarily going to overtake other categories, because they're a bit more expensive than a mainstream drink, but there is a ...

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