With smaller drink sizes, consumers may buy more

04/12/2013 | FoodNavigator

Research indicates smaller serving sizes of soft drinks may lead to increased sales if consumers are offered "packs" of several smaller-sized drinks. "Our research suggests that businesses have a strong incentive to offer bundles of soda when drink size is limited," said lead researcher Brent Wilson.

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