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Bevolution Group acquires cocktail mix and smoothie maker Tropics Mixology
Chicago-based manufacturer of frozen beverage products Bevolution Group has acquired Tropics Mixology, a cocktail mix and smoothie maker.
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Coca-Cola Bottling Co signs distribution deal in US
Coca-Cola Bottling Co, the largest independent Coca-Cola bottler in the US, has completed a transaction to expand its distribution territory to include Norfolk, Fredericksburg and Staunton in Virginia and Elizabeth City in North Carolina.
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Coca-Cola’s bottling unit to take control of Georgia tea and coffee business in India
Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverage (HCCB), the Coca-Cola’s bottling unit in India, is taking control over the company’s Georgia tea and coffee business in the country.
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Oteas launches new tea range in UK
New tea infusions line Oteas has launched its tea range in the UK market. The selections of teas fit into all the major tea categories including white, green, Olong, black, herbal, fruit and detox teas.
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Public Health England’s report recommends 10-20% sugar tax on fizzy drinks
Public Health England’s report has recommended a 10-20% sugar tax on soft drinks and a restriction on advertisements and marketing of sugary foods targeting children.
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Starbucks to offer beer and wine in London store
US-based coffee chain Starbucks will serve beer and wine in its store in central London. This will become the first store in the capital to serve wine and beer.
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Mexico's lower house of Congress gives approval to lower taxes on sugary drinks
Mexico’s lower house of Congress has given green signal to a proposal to cut down taxes on sugary drinks amidst growing concerns that this may serve as a roadblock to curb increasing obesity problem in the Latin American country.
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Coffee Day Enterprises launches IPO for business expansion
Coffee Day Enterprises (CDEL) has launched initial public offering (IPO) to raise Rs 11.5bn ($176m) for the expansion of its coffee business.
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Mountain Dew launches new limited edition cans ahead of NBA league
Mountain Dew launches new, limited-edition cans of original Mountain Dew and Mountain Dew Code Red.
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KKR agrees to acquire majority stake in Selecta from ACP
Investment firm KKR has signed definitive agreement with Allianz Capital Partners to acquire their majority stake in coffee maker Selecta Group.
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Thai Beverage seeks to expand in ASEAN region over next five years
Thai Beverage is planning to invest THB15bn ($422m) to expand in ASEAN region over the next five years.
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Coca Cola to invest $350m in Pakistan
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca Cola has plans to invest around $350m in Pakistan to help bolster the country’s economy and enable job creation.
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Welch’s Concord grape juice gears up for launch across mainland Europe
USA-based Welch’s is to sell its Concord grape juice concentrate on the European mainland for the first time.
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Nespresso launches first coffee from South Sudan
Nespresso has launched its first ever coffee to be exported from the new country of South Sudan. Called Sukuja ti South Sudan, the coffee is claimed to be rare and unique and is the first significant non-oil export from the country and represents a step towards rebuilding the economy, which has been torn by political upheaval.
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Survey reveals high sugar content in fizzy drinks across globe
A new research by Action on Sugar (AoS) has revealed that sugar quantities in fizzy drinks vary across the globe - in some countries, the drinks contain more than seven teaspoons of sugar. This has triggered a need to cut down global sugar content at manufacturing level itself.
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