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Quebec maple syrup producers and buyers sign sale agreement for 2017-2018
The Federation of Quebec Maple Syrup Producers and Conseil de l'industrie de l'érable, representing maple syrup buyers have signed an agreement on the conditions for sale and marketing of bulk maple syrup for 2017-2018 marketing seasons.
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Long Island Iced Tea hires Jeff Busch to increase international presence
Long Island Iced Tea, which operates in the ready-to-drink segment of the beverage industry, has signed a consulting arrangement with beverage brand veteran Jeff Busch to assist it in the development of its international business.
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Coca-Cola introduces active hydration product Aquarius in India
Coca-Cola India has launched an active hydration product Aquarius in India, expanding its current portfolio of beverages in the country.
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Coca Cola to launch Ginger flavoured drink in Japan next year
Coca Cola is geared up to launch its new ginger-flavoured drink in Japan in January 2017 after the roll out in Australia.
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Coca-Cola to buy AB InBev's stake in African bottling venture for $3.15bn
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola has agreed to acquire Anheuser-Busch InBev's majority stake in their African bottling venture for $3.15bn and hold onto it until it finds a new owner.
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Long Island Iced Tea secures new distribution deals in Dominican Republic and St. Martin
Long Island Iced Tea, a company focused on the ready-to-drink (RTD) tea segment in the beverage industry, has signed new distribution agreements for its beverages in the Dominican Republic through WinelCo Trading and in St. Martin through Bimaco Distributors.
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Oak Beverages to distribute Long Island Iced Tea's ALO Juice brand
Oak Beverages has agreed to distribute Long Island Iced Tea's ALO Juice brand.
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GreenSpace agrees to acquire Nothing But Nature
Canada-based GreenSpace Brands has agreed to acquire Nothing But Nature, which owns the Kiju brand and sells seevral organic juices and drinks across Canada and select USA customers.
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Long Island Iced Tea agrees to buy ALO Juice brand from Wilnah
Long Island Iced Tea, which operates in the ready-to-drink tea segment of the beverage industry, has agreed to acquire ALO Juice brand and its trademark rights from The Wilnah International for 5,000 shares of common stock.
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Harvest Hill Beverage to buy Nestle’s Nutrament business
Harvest Hill Beverage has agreed to acquire Nutratment business from Nestle HealthCare Nutrition.
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Coca-Cola Femsa acquires Brazil's Vonpar in $1.09bn deal
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Femsa has completed the acquisition of Brazilian beverage firm Vonpar in a cash, stock and debt deal valued at R3.5bn ($1.09bn).
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Coca-Cola inaugurates new bottling facility in Cambodia
Cambodia Beverage Company, the bottling unit of The Coca-Cola Company Bottling Investments Group (BIG), has opened a new bottling facility in Phnom Penh.
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UK publishes draft legislation on sugar tax
By DBR Staff Writer
The UK government has published draft legislation for a tax on sugar-sweetened drinks, intended at tackling child obesity.
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Coca-Cola opens first bottling plant in Gaza
Coca-Cola and its Palestinian franchise operator, National Beverage Company (NBC), have opened a $20m bottling plant in Gaza.
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Long Island Iced Tea unveils new 18oz bottle and label design
Long Island Iced Tea, a company focused on the ready-to- drink tea segment in the beverage industry, has unveiled a new 18oz bottle and label design.
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