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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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Starbucks launches ‘Mobile Order & Pay’ in UK to help customers customise their orders
Starbucks is launching Mobile Order & Pay in the UK, allowing customers to pre-order their preferred drinks and food in over 150 London stores and save time in the queue.
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Coca-Cola not to renew sponsorship of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Coca-Cola has decided not to renew its sponsorship of Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, which is a health group consisting of thousands of nutritionists as members, after the beverage manufacturer was accused of trying to play down the impact of sugary drinks on obesity.
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Cold Brew Kitchen launches new cold brew coffee
Jackie Ardrey and Michael Moyle, a retail merchandising executive and a tech-savvy internet security manager in the US, have launched a new cold brew coffee.
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Keurig Green Mountain launches Keurig Kold carbonated drink machine
US-based coffee-brewing company Keurig Green Mountain has launched a countertop pod machine to make carbonated drinks at home, a move to offset the decline in its core business of single-serve coffee pods and brewers and wrest marketshare from rival SodaStream.
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Coca-Cola to sell nine production units in US
Coca-Cola is offloading nine production facilities, valued at $380m, and creating a National Product Supply System (NPSS) with independent bottlers in the US.
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PepsiCo says it saved $375m through environmental sustainability programs
PepsiCo could save $375m through environmental sustainability programs undertaken since 2010.
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Coca-Cola spends $118m on health research
Coca-Cola has spent $118.6m on health research in the US over the past five years.
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Nespresso adds Intenso Grand Cru coffee to its VertuoLine range
Nespresso has added the Intenso VertuoLine Grand Cru coffee to its VertuoLine Grands Crus range.
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Coca-Cola owes $3.3bn extra taxes over foreign transfer licensing
The US-based beverage maker Coca-Cola has been issued a notice by Internal Revenue Service (IRS) of a potential $3.3bn liability of federal income-tax from 2007-2009 following a government audit.
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