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Nestle Health Science introduces new low FODMAP nutritional drink
By DBR Staff Writer
Nestle Health Science has unveiled a low-FODMAP nutritional drink designed for consumers with digestive sensitivities.
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Teavana Beverages now available in Starbucks stores globally
Starbucks has launched Teavana hot brewed tea in the Europe, Middle East and Africa region.
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Senomyx and PepsiCo expand Sweet Taste Program collaboration
Senomyx has amended and restated its Sweet Taste Program collaboration agreement with PepsiCo.
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Japanese Coca-Cola bottlers agree to merge
By DBR Staff Writer
Japan's two major Coca-Cola bottlers have confirmed their plans to merge, creating what will be the third-biggest bottling entity in the worldwide Coca-Cola system.
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Dunkin' Donuts plans to launch ready-to-drink coffee in 2017
Dunkin' Donuts said it will launch a new line of branded ready-to-drink (RTD) coffee beverages in the US in early 2017.
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PepsiCo's Q3 revenue drops 1.9%
By DBR Staff Writer
PepsiCo has reported a 1.9% decline in its net revenue to $16.03bn for the third quarter of this year, compared to $16.33bn for the same period last year.
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Jusu Bars acquires Cru Juice
Victoria-based Jusu Bars has acquired Calgary-based Cru Juice.
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Coca-Cola Femsa to acquire Brazil's Vonpar in $1.09bn deal
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Femsa has agreed to acquire buy Brazilian beverage firm Vonpar in a cash, stock and debt deal valued at R3.5bn ($1.09bn).
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Zevia to offer products sweetened solely by Stevia
Zevia, a zero calorie, naturally sweetened beverage firm, has introduced its next generation product line, sweetened entirely with the stevia plant.
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SToK introduces new ready-to-drink, cold-brew coffee
SToK has launched a new 48 oz. multi-serve ready-to-drink cold-brew coffee.
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Long Island Iced Tea extends distribution into Puerto Rico
Long Island Iced Tea has partnered with Vaquería Tres Monjitas to distribute its beverages across Puerto Rico.
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US soft drinks body sues Philadelphia over soda tax
By FBR Staff Writer
The American Beverage Association (ABA) and a workers union representing soft drinks employees have jointly filed a lawsuit against Philadelphia over the city's proposal to implement a soda tax.
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Shamrock Farms introduces new cold brew coffee and milk
By DBR Staff Writer
US dairy products producer Shamrock Farms has launched new cold brew coffee and milk.
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BluePrint launches new line of tea infused energy drinks
By DBR Staff Writer
Cold-pressed juices and juice drinks developer BluePrint has launched a new line of tea infused energy drinks.
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Starbucks expands tea offerings in Asia
By DBR Staff Writer
Starbucks announced that it will introduce its tea brand, Teavana, to more than 6,200 stores across China and Asia Pacific region as the company intends to expand its global tea business to $3bn in the next five years.
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