RTD coffee managed to maintain positive growth in 2016 as the famous love for coffee among the population of Finland supported sales. Off-trade value sales of Rtd Coffee increased by 2% in 2016, while off-trade value sales increased by 3%. The category also saw numerous new product launches during the review period. In 2016, for instance, Starbucks introduced a new special edition flavour to its range of on-the-go RTD coffees called UHT Red Cup White Chocolate Mocha. Private label is also presen…
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