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Planet Smoothie to open new stores in Central Florida
By DBR Staff Writer
American chain of smoothie stores Planet Smoothie has announced plans to open eight new stores in Central Florida over the next three years.
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Coca-Cola Bottling Consolidated to expand distribution services to Lexington, Kentucky
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Bottling Consolidated has signed a definitive agreement with The Coca-Cola Company to provide its distribution services in Lexington, Kentucky, which is currently being served by Coca-Cola Refreshments USA (CCR).
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Coca Cola to invest upto $1bn in Indonesian operations
By DBR Staff Writer
The Coca Cola Company will earmark between $600m and $1bn for expansion of its operations in Indonesia.
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Sparkling ICE introduces new zero calorie iced teas
By DBR Staff Writer
Sparkling ICE, a brand owned by US-based Talking Rain Beverage, has introduced a new zero calorie iced tea range to its existing portfolio.
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Smoothie King launches new Vegan Smoothies Powered by Sunwarrior
By DBR Staff Writer
Smoothie King Franchises, the leading smoothie franchise company with 700 stores worldwide, has introduced two new Vegan Smoothies Powered by Sunwarrior.
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Robinsons Fruit Shoot introduces new No Added Sugar Strawbrainy flavor
By DBR Staff Writer
Britvic, one of the leading soft drinks companies in Europe, today announces the launch of a Robinsons Fruit Shoot No Added Sugar flavor, Strawbrainy, a new flavor developed exclusively for the U.S. market.
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Soft drink makers pledge to cut calorie consumption by 20% in US
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Dr Pepper Snapple have agreed to work towards reducing calorie consumption by soft drink consumers in the US by 2025, in order for the country to tackle increasing rate of obesity and related diseases.
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Nestlé introduces Nesquik Girl Scout Cookie beverages
By DBR Staff Writer
As part of a licensing relationship with Girl Scouts of the USA, Nestlé Nesquik launches new Nesquik® Girl Scouts Thin Mints and Nesquik Girl Scouts Caramel Coconut flavors.
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Nespresso agrees with French regulator to allow rivals make coffee pods
By DBR Staff Writer
Nestlé Group's Nespresso has reached an agreement with French Competition Authority (AdIC)to pave way for competition by allowing other companies to manufacture coffee pods that are compatible with its machines.
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Coca-Cola adopts three-colour calorie labeling scheme in UK
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca Cola Great Britain has volunteered to adopt UK Government’s ‘traffic light’ labeling scheme that gives details about the fat and calorie content in its products.
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Dunkin’ Donuts to introduce first hot dark-roasted coffee
By DBR Staff Writer
American global doughnut company Dunkin’ Donuts is introducing its first dark-roast hot coffee, in a bid to increase its product offerings.
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Braintrust Investments acquires Inko’s iced tea business
By DBR Staff Writer
Private investment firm Braintrust Investments has acquired US-based Inko’s iced tea business.
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Coca-Cola Bottling to expand distribution services in US
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Bottling Consolidated has signed a definitive agreement with The Coca-Cola Company to expand its distribution services to Knoxville, Tennessee.
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Coca-Cola introduces mid-calorie soda in Mexico
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola has introduced mid-calorie soda Life in Mexico, where carbonated beverage sales are declining due to a new tax imposed on sugary beverages.
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20% sugar tax on drinks could lower obesity risk: South African researchers
By DBR Staff Writer
Researchers from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, have found that a 20% tax imposed on sugar sweetened beverages (SSB) could reduce obesity in young adults.
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