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Coca-Cola India shuts three facilities
Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages, the bottling unit of Coca-Cola India, has halted production at three facilities in India due to “long-term economic viability” issues, a move that comes ahead of the peak summer season.
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Cane Simple launches liquid sugar designed for single-serve consumption
By DBR Staff Writer
Cane Simple recently introduced the first individually packaged liquid sugar designed for single-serve consumer consumption.
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Pukka Herbs launches new Matcha green tea range
By DBR Staff Writer
Pukka Herbs introduces a quartet of Matcha green teas to achieve a six strong range of organic green tea.
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Coca-Cola Bottling signs letter of intent to expand distribution network in Ohio and West Virginia
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated has signed a non-binding letter of intent (LOI) with The Coca-Cola Company to expand the latter’s distribution territory in Ohio and West Virginia and to acquire and operate a production plant in Twinsburg, Ohio, the US.
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Chobani declines PepsiCo’s offer for majority stake in company
By DBR Staff Writer
Beverage company PepsiCo’s offer to acquire a majority stake in Greek yogurt maker Chobani has been rejected by the latter.
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Coca-Cola introduces Fuze Tea brand in Australia
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola has introduced a new ice tea brand Fuze Tea in Australia, which is supported by multi-million dollar promotional campaign.
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Coca-Cola Femsa plans to invest $800m for expansion in Philippines
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Femsa is planning to make an investment of around $800m from 2016 to 2020 to expand its operations in the Philippines.
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U-Select-It introduces K-Top single serve coffee pod vending machine
U-Select-It, a global vending machine equipment manufacturer, introduces its new K-Top Vending Machine.
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Coca-Cola plans to invest $1bn in Argentinian bottling and distribution operations
Coca-Cola is planning to invest $1bn in bolstering bottling and distribution operations as well as looking out for further acquisition opportunities in Argentina over the next four years.
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Coca-Cola to unveil new ‘One Brand’ global marketing strategy
Coca-Cola is planning to unveil a new global marketing strategy – ‘One Brand’, which will bring all cola brands under one global creative campaign, christened “Taste the Feeling.”
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Crown plans to build specialty beverage can plant in New York
Crown Holdings, a supplier of metal packaging products worldwide, is planning to build a new beverage can plant in the community of Nichols, New York to meet increased demand from beverage customers for specialty can sizes.
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UK plans to introduce tax on sugary drinks to tackle obesity
The UK government has confirmed that tax on sugary drinks is being considered as part of the government's anti-obesity strategy.
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Pique Tea introduces the new ritual of tea with organic Tea Crystals
Just in time for the New Year, Pique Tea has launched the new ritual of tea – organic Tea Crystals.
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KonaRed Corporation to launch two ready-to-drink cold brew coffees
US-based beverage company KonaRed Corporation is launching ready-to-drink cold brew coffees in two new variants - Original Signature Blend and Hawaiian Vanilla.
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Coca-Cola signs letter of intent with three bottlers for US distribution expansion
The Coca-Cola Company has signed letters of intent (LOI) with three US bottlers to expand distribution in five states, under its territorial refranchising strategy.
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