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Carbonated Soft Drinks 2013 C-Store Sales Data

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C-store sales, 52 weeks ending Jan. 25, 2014

Carbonated Soft Drinks    
CSD typeDollar sales
($ millions)
PCYAVolume sales
(millions)
PCYA
Regular CSDs$6,267.43.1%425.2-1.7%
Diet CSDs$1,917.7-5.1%122.3-8.6%
Total CSDs$8,185.21.1%547.6-3.3%
Non-Cola Carbonated Soft Drinks    
CSD typeDollar sales
($ millions)
PCYAVolume sales
(millions)
PCYA
Regular$3,843.43.6%251.0-1.2%
Diet$754.5-3.2%45.4-5.6%
Total CSD flavored$4,598.02.4%296.4-1.9%

Sources: The Nielsen Co., Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc.

Source: 
The Nielsen Co., Dr Pepper Snapple Group Inc.

C-store volume sales of carbonated soft drinks (CSD) fell more than 3% in the 52 weeks ending Jan. 25, 2014, with dollars up 1.1%, according to The Nielsen Co. Both regular and diet CSDs lost ground. For non-cola CSDs, volume sales were off nearly 2%. According to IRI, c-store sales of CSDs fell 2.8% to reach $8.6 billion, with unit sales down 3.9%.

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