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361-375 of 1987 results
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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Tesco to remove sugary drinks from stores
By DBR Staff Writer
British retailer Tesco will stop selling sugary drinks at its supermarkets across the country in a bid to tackle childhood obesity in the country.
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THC Soda launches in Southern California
The creators of Sprig -- the delicious, refreshing, THC-infused citrus soda -- announced that distribution of the product has begun in Southern California and is now available in select medical marijuana dispensaries. Sprig is the first scientifically made, low dose THC beverage in California. Sprig advocates a safe, social, light-use message for new and experienced cannabis consumers.
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Jaindl purchases A-Treat soda brand
By DBR Staff Writer
Jaindl Companies has purchased the A-Treat soda, including its brand name, trademark, flavor formulas, and related intellectual property.
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PepsiCo announces quarterly dividend
The Board of Directors of PepsiCo today declared a quarterly dividend of $0.7025 per share of PepsiCo common stock, a 7.3 percent increase versus the comparable year-earlier period.
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Boost Nutritional Drinks now available in compact sizes
By DBR Staff Writer
Nestlé Health Science has introduced its next generation of nutrition drinks - Boost Calorie Smart 100 Calories Balanced Nutritional Drink and Boost Compact Complete Nutritional Drink.
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British Medical Association calls for 20% extra tax on sugary drinks
By DBR Staff Writer
The British Medical Association (BMA) is calling for 20% extra tax on sugary drinks to reduce obesity in the UK.
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PepsiCo to continue selling aspartame-sweetened version of Diet Pepsi online
By DBR Staff Writer
PepsiCo plans to continue the sale of aspartame-sweetened version of Diet Pepsi, despite concerns from customers.
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Peet’s Coffee introduces Mighty Leaf Iced Tea
Just in time to cool down in the summer heat, Peet’s Coffee today introduced refreshing, new Mighty Leaf iced teas and iced tea infusions at its retail locations nationwide.
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Global industry bodies slam new study linking sugary drinks to high death toll
By DBR Staff Writer
Industry bodies around the globe have criticized a recent study published in the US which has partly attributed sugary drinks to be the cause of up to 184,000 deaths each year worldwide.
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