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More Hungarians make their own soft drinks

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More Hungarians are turning away from carbonated beverages and making their own, cheaper refreshments with syrup, according to data from market research company GfK Hungária. More Hungarian households bought syrup for making flavoured soft drinks last year, while sales of ready-made carbonated beverages fell, GfK said. Half of Hungarian households bought beverage syrup last year, four percentage points more than a year earlier. The average household consumed about 12 litres of syrup during the year. Carbonated beverage sales fell almost 10% in 2012.

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