The market for so-called functional beverages, drinks that promise health benefits beyond their inherent nutritional value, nearly doubled over the course of four years, in rising from $2.68 billion in 1997 to be $4.7 billion in 2000.


The market for so-called functional beverages, drinks that promise health benefits beyond their inherent nutritional value, nearly doubled over the course of four years, in rising from $2.68 billion in 1997 to be $4.7 billion in 2000.

A. in rising from $2.68 billion in 1997 to be

B. in having risen from $2.68 billion in 1997 to

C. as it rose from $2.68 billion in 1997 to be

D. with its rise from $2.68 billion in 1997 to

E. rising from $2.68 billion in 1997 to


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Correct Answer: E

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