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Nespresso opens $307m production facility in Switzerland
Nespresso has opened a new CHF300m ($307m) production facility at Romont in Switzerland in order to expand production of Grands Crus for the VertuoLine machine, which was introduced in the US and Canada in 2014.
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Coca-Cola set to launch Fuze tea brand in India
Coca-Cola is set to launch Fuze range of tea brand in India, a move indicating that the soft drink maker intends to expand its healthier beverages portfolio.
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Coca-Cola relaunches Surge in retail stores of 23 US states
Coca-Cola has relaunched its citrus-flavoured, caffeinated soda Surge, which was sold in the 90s, at retail stores in 23 US states.
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Soda Folk offers revamped Cream Soda and Root Beer to the UK
Soda Folk, an emerging drinks brand offering American craft sodas in the UK, is launching fiery Root Beer and Cream Soda.
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Carbonated drinks connected to cardiac arrest, study finds
By DBR Staff Writer
Consumption of soft drinks has been linked to cardiovascular disease (CVD) and stroke, while green tea and coffee have been found to minimize the risk and mortality, according to a study.
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Bralirwa to secure IFC financing to ramp up soft drinks production in Rwanda
By DBR Staff Writer
Brasserie et Limonaderies du Rwanda (Bralirwa) will secure $25m loan from the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, to ramp up its soft drinks production in Rwanda.
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Staten Island assemblyman proposes bill to ban sugary drink sales to minors in US
By DBR Staff Writer
New York’s Staten Island assemblyman Matthew Titone has proposed a package of bills, which propose a ban on sales of sugary drinks larger than 16oz to minors across the state.
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Coca-Cola plans to meet water replenishment target by end of the year
By DBR Staff Writer
Global beverage giant Coca-Cola is set to meet its target to replenish 100% of water used for producing its beverages by the end of the year.
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Carbonates consumption to hit 1 billion litres in Vietnam this year
Consumers may be curbing their intake of carbonated drinks in many markets, but in Vietnam, soft drinks consumption looks set to break the 1 billion litres barrier in 2015, finds a new report by Canadean
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Coca-Cola breaks ground on $56m production facility in Hebei Province, China
By DBR Staff Writer
Global beverages giant Coca-Cola has started construction of its 45th production facility in Hebei Province, China, with an investment of $56m.
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Soda Folk introduces revamped American classics Cream Soda and Root Beer to UK
Soda Folk is an award-winning, emerging drinks brand pioneering American craft sodas in the UK. Launching nationwide with their fiery Root Beer and lusciously sweet, Great Taste Award winning Cream Soda, Soda Folk has already secured listings with Selfridges and Byron restaurants nationwide.
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Coca-Cola names new president and COO
By DBR Staff Writer
Global beverage major Coca-Cola has appointed 19-year veteran James Quincey as president and chief operating officer (COO) who is also speculated to be the future CEO of the company.
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Coca-cola supports scientists endorsing regular exercise rather than calorie intake
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-cola is reportedly funding the researchers and scientists who are endorsing the message of regular exercise rather than the calorie intake on several social media and conferences.
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Three European Coca-Cola bottlers agree to merge in $27bn deal
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Enterprises, Coca-Cola Iberian Partners (CCIP) and The Coca-Cola Company subsidiary Coca-Cola Erfrischungsgetränke (CCEAG) have signed a $27bn merger agreement to form a new company, creating the largest independent Coca-Cola bottler.
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San Francisco city sued for health warning regulation for sugary drinks
By DBR Staff Writer
The American Beverage Association, a trade organization that represents the beverage industry in the US, has filed a lawsuit in the federal court against the city of San Francisco over its new regulation which requires health warnings on ads for sugary sodas and other drinks.
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