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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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PepsiCo brings back Crystal Pepsi for limited time
Soft drinks company PepsiCo is bringing back its Crystal Pepsi for a limited period following a public demand.
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JAB-led investor group to acquire Keurig Green Mountain for $13.9bn
Beverage systems provider Keurig Green Mountain will be acquired by JAB-led investor group for $13.9bn.
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UK MPs seek tighter measures on sugary drinks to tackle childhood obesity
The UK members of parliament are seeking 20% tax on sugary drinks and a ban on the propaganda of unhealthy foods to children during popular television shows.
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Keurig Green Mountain launches Keurig Kold in Canada
Beverage system maker Keurig Green Mountain is launching Keurig Kold brewing system in Canada at a reduced price.
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Coca-Cola teams up with Grofers to begin pilot testing of Sprite Zero in India
Soft drinks giant Coca-Cola has initiated testing of its Sprite Zero brand in Indian market on online mobile app Grofers, marking the beverage maker’s first testing of new brands on ecommerce platform.
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Big Red Soda launches limited edition packaging to commemorate 10 years of NBA's Matt Bonner's career
Big Red teams up with the NBA's Matt Bonner for a limited edition 2-liter bottle to commemorate his 10 year professional basketball career in San Antonio.
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Coca-Cola HBC commits to reduce water use by 30% by 2020
Coca-Cola HBC intends to reduce water use intensity by 30% by 2020, compared to 2010 and direct carbon emissions intensity by 50% over the same period.
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Jain Irrigation bags three-year mango pulp supply deal from Hindustan Coca-Cola
India-based Jain Irrigation has signed a three-year deal with Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages worth Rs 7.5bn ($114m) to supply mango pulp.
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