Britain's can makers are considering their next step following a two-week campaign to wean Britain's youth off bottled soft drinks and back on to cans. The Can Makers, a trade body which represents UK manufacturers of drinks cans and their raw materials suppliers, said its 14-day, £150,000 advertising trial in the north east had gone "very well". Its five-poster campaign ­ next to schools, at supermarkets, bus stops and on the Newcastle Metro ­ was accompanied by radio adverts and was launched after NOP research for the group showed that two out of three people aged 15-24 still prefer to buy their soft drinks in cans. {{MARKETING - P&P }}