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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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Tropical Smoothie Cafe debuts UnBEETable Berry smoothie
By DBR Staff Writer
Tropical Smoothie Cafe has introduced new UnBEETable Berry smoothie, whihc will be available starting 25 August 2014.
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Coca-Cola buys a 16% stake in Monster Beverage for $2.15bn
Coca-Cola has signed an agreement to buy a 16.7% stake in Monster Beverage wit for a long-term strategic partnership.
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Coca-Cola plans to set up new bottling plant in Telangana, India
By DBR Staff Writer
Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages, the Coca-Cola’s largest bottling partner in India, is planning to set up a new INR10bn ($163.5m) bottling plant in the Telangana state of India.
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Lifeway Foods expands Kefir presence to Canada
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based producer of probiotic dairy products Lifeway Foods has expanded the availability of its probiotic kefir line, Lifeway Kefir, into Canada.
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China Mist to develop ice tea blends using RealCup capsule technology
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based iced tea maker China Mist Tea has announced plans to develop new tea blends using RealCup single-serve capsule technology, developed by Mother Parkers Tea & Coffee.
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Aujan Coca-Cola acquires stake in National Beverage Company
By DBR Staff Writer
Aujan Coca-Cola Beverages Company (ACCBC), which operates in the MENA region, has completed the previously announced acquisition of a majority stake in Lebanese distributor of Coca-Cola and Pampa products National Beverage Company (NBC).
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FAL Healthy Beverages announces launch of all-natural Coco Joy
By DBR Staff Writer
FAL Healthy Beverages, a FAL Group brand, announces today the launch of Coco Joy, a new coconut water made from young green coconuts, to meet the demand for the beverage in its purest form within the rapidly growing coconut water category
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Nestle Pure Life debuts all-new exotics sparkling water in four delicious flavors
By DBR Staff Writer
Nestle Pure Life, the 1 bottled water brand in the U.S. by volume, today announced the expansion of its product portfolio with the introduction of Nestle Pure Life Exotics Sparkling Water, a line of unsweetened sparkling water with unique, bold, and all-natural exotic fruit flavors.
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Nestlé Coffee-mate brews up partnership with Keurig
By DBR Staff Writer
Keurig Green Mountain, a leader in specialty coffee, coffee makers, teas and other beverages with its innovative brewing technology, and Nestlé USA, a division of Nestlé, the world's leading nutrition, health and wellness company, announce a multiyear agreement to bring NESTLÉ COFFEE-MATE branded coffee with creamer to K-Cup packs for the Keurig brewing system.
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Bralirwa launches new soft drinks bottling line in Rwanda
By DBR Staff Writer
Bralirwa, a Rwanda-based soft drinks maker, has launched a new automated soft drinks bottling line, with an investment of around €25m.
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Dixie Elixirs and Edibles launches first true low dose THC-Infused Soda with Watermelon Cream Dixie One
By DBR Staff Writer
Dixie Elixirs and Edibles, one of America’s first revolutionaries in THC-infused edibles, topicals and tinctures today announced the limited release of its first-ever low-dose Elixir—the Dixie One Watermelon Cream soda.
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Milo’s Tea to invest in Bessemer operations
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based Milo’s Tea is set to invest around $13.1m in the expansion of its Bessemer operations, in a move to cater to the increasing consumer demand for drinks in the country.
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Dealstruck Funds CrowdLine Line of Credit for Brix Beverage
By DBR Staff Writer
Dealstruck, Inc., an online crowdlending provider, has committed an $80,000 "CrowdLoan" term loan for San Leandro, Calif.-based Brix Beverage.
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Alpina Foods reinvents yogurt smoothie line
By DBR Staff Writer
Living a healthy lifestyle doesn't mean giving up delicious food. As Americans continue to find new ways to improve their health, consumer demand for figure-friendly, on-the-go snacks is exploding.
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