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Jones Soda expands its label program in Canada, Texas, California and the Northwest
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based beverage company Jones Soda has expanded its limited edition, region-specific Jones Soda, to the Canada, Texas, California and the Northwest markets.
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Cawingredients completes second factory in North Yorkshire
By DBR Staff Writer
UK-based soft drinks firm Cawingredients has completed the work at Leeming Bar factory in North Yorkshire, UK, as part of the company’s £45m expansion plan.
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Tesco to cut sugar in soft drink offerings
By DBR Staff Writer
British grocer Tesco has committed to cut the sugar content across all its soft drinks brands by 5% year-on-year basis.
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Refresco Gerber, Tesco partner to produce own label soft drinks
By DBR Staff Writer
British grocer Tesco has inked a new strategic deal with Refresco Gerber UK to source supply for its own label carbonated and still soft drinks.
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48th Parallel to distribute Hopwater in Ohio
By DBR Staff Writer
The Cincinnati-based craft brewery 48th Parallel will soon distribute its line of hop-flavored, carbonated, low-calorie beverage sodas called Hopwater in Ohio, US.
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Miami Bay Beverage unveils Trimino four-flavor sample pack
By DBR Staff Writer
The Miami Bay Beverage Company has introduced trimino, which serves as an alternative to sugary soft drinks, a four-flavor sample pack available online.
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PepsiCo to remove aspartame in diet sodas in US
By DBR Staff Writer
PepsiCo has announced that it will drop the use of sweetener aspartame in diet sodas, starting August in a bid to address consumer concerns over the use of a controversial artificial additive as well as to stop the slump in sales in the US.
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Dr Pepper Snapple buys stake worth $15m in Bai Brands
By DBR Staff Writer
American soft drink company Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) has bought a minority stake in Bai Brands worth $15m.
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Macay Holdings acquires RC Cola in Philippines
By DBR Staff Writer
Macay Holdings, part of Yao Group of companies, has acquired ARC Holdings Inc, the trademark licenses holder of the RC Cola brand in Philippines, in a bid to further expand its beverage business in the country.
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Mountain Dew reintroduces Mtn Dew Baja Blast in US
Mountain Dew is set to reintroduce Mtn Dew Baja Blast, a tropical lime flavored beverage, in the US.
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Kool-Aid introduces Easy Mix in three varieties in US
By DBR Staff Writer
Kraft Foods Group brand Kool-Aid has introduced a new liquid concentrate beverage mix in three varieties.
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French National Assembly votes for ban on unlimited refills of soft drinks
By DBR Staff Writer
The French National Assembly has voted in favor of a ban on unlimited refills of sugary drinks at fast food chains and stores, as part of its efforts to tackle growing obesity levels.
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Dutch soft drinks bottler Refresco raises $597m in IPO
By DBR Staff Writer
Dutch bottler of soft drinks and juices Refresco Gerber BV has raised $597m (€548m) through initial public offering on Amsterdam stock exchange.
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Coca-Cola opens sales and distribution center in Kentucky, US
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Consolidated has opened its sales and distribution center in Louisville, Kentucky, the US . Additionally, it has made a formal debut as Louisville’s new Coca-Cola bottler.
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Starbucks inks agreement with drinks maker Tingyi Holding to expand in China
By DBR Staff Writer
Starbucks and China’s leading food and beverage producer Tingyi Holding have signed an agreement to manufacture and expand the distribution of the US company's ready-to-drink (RTD) products throughout mainland China.
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