Major soft drink players are turning their attention to tea as a focal point for innovation and volume growth, delegates at World Tea Expo will hear this week. Meanwhile, hot tea was the second most consumed beverage globally in 2014, Telford told BeverageDaily.com - well ahead of carbonates and coffee and just behind bottled water.

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