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PepsiCo, Coca-Cola Hellenic to close two beverage plants in Russia By DBR Staff Writer
PepsiCo and Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling are planning to shutdown one plant each in Russia, as demand has decreased due to challenging economic conditions in the country.
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Coca-Cola Femsa to invest $200m to expand operations in Brazil Mexico-based soft drink bottler Coca-Cola Femsa has plans to invest $200m to expand its operations in Brazil.
Non-alcoholic > Soft Drinks > News Coca-Cola Amatil’s annual profit dips by 25% By DBR Staff Writer
Australian drinks company Coca-Cola Amatil Ltd’s underlying profit declined by a quarter (25.3%) to AUD375.5m ($292.8m) in the 12 months ending December due to drop in volumes of soft drinks.
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Diviril Industria S.A.
Diviril Industria Sa is a producer of still drinks and carbonates. It offers products under both its own brands and private label. The company is headquartered in Carregado, Portugal.
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Nestle Waters Direct Portugal SA
Nestlé Waters Direct Portugal SA is a producer of packaged water and iced/rtd tea drinks. The company delivers water coolers, bottles of 11 liters or 18.9 liters, and coffee. It has 9 offices across Portugal. The company is headquartered in Portugal.
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Refrige - Sociedade Industrial De Refrigerantes, S.A.
Refrige - Sociedade Industrial de Refrigerantes, SA. is the bottler of The Coca-Cola Company in Portugal. It operates as a part of Coca-Cola Iberian Partners. The company is headquartered in Cabanas, Portugal.
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PepsiCo, Coca-Cola Hellenic to close two beverage plants in Russia
By DBR Staff Writer
PepsiCo and Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling are planning to shutdown one plant each in Russia, as demand has decreased due to challenging economic conditions in the country.
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Coca-Cola Femsa to invest $200m to expand operations in Brazil
Mexico-based soft drink bottler Coca-Cola Femsa has plans to invest $200m to expand its operations in Brazil.
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Bavaria Fruchtsaft u. Vertriebs GmbH
Bavaria Fruchtsaft u. Vertriebs GmbH, earlier known as Elro Group GmbH, is a producer of juice, nectars, still drinks, carbonates, packaged water, iced and ready-to-drink tea and alcoholic beverages. The company is headquartered in Rostock, Germany.
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Coca-Cola Amatil’s annual profit dips by 25%
By DBR Staff Writer
Australian drinks company Coca-Cola Amatil Ltd’s underlying profit declined by a quarter (25.3%) to AUD375.5m ($292.8m) in the 12 months ending December due to drop in volumes of soft drinks.
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Albi GmbH & Co KG
Albi GmbH & Co KG is a producer of branded juices, nectars, fruit flavored carbonates, still drinks and sport drinks. The company’s products contain functional additives such as minerals and vitamins.
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Kraft Foods reformulates Capri Sun drinks with sugar
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Kraft Foods is reformulating a few of its Capri Sun drinks by replacing high-fructose corn syrup with sugar.
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