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CBD Alimentos to distribute Rocky Mountain's energy and soft drinks in Mexico
Rocky Mountain High Brands, which is engaged in developing, manufacturing, marketing, and distributing hemp-infused products, has signed a three-year master manufacturer agreement with CBD Alimentos, a food and beverage distributor from Mexico.
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UK soft drinks producer Britvic to close Norwich plant
By DBR Staff Writer
Britvic is closing its Norwich site, which is co-owned with Unilever, affecting hundreds of jobs in the city.
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Dynamics and drivers of alcohol sales in restaurants and bars are evolving: Report
A report from Technomic and Beverage Marketing Corporation has revealed that dynamics and drivers of alcohol sales in restaurants and bars are evolving.
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SodaStream launches Sparkling Gold groundbreaking beverage innovation
SodaStream is announcing the launch of its limited edition line, 'Sparkling Gold,' a fine alcoholic concentrate to be added to sparkling water.
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Coca-Cola India to make Thums Up first ever $1bn Cola beverage brand
Coca-Cola India announced that it intends to make Thums Up the first home-grown billion dollar beverage brand in the next two years.
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Nestle acquires Chameleon Cold-Brew
By DBR Staff Writer
Nestle USA has acquired Chameleon Cold-Brew for an undisclosed price to expand its coffee portfolio.
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Coca-Cola North America completes refranchising initiative
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola North America has wrapped up the company’s bottling-system refranchising initiative.
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PAI and bcIMC consortium to buy Refresco for EUR1.6bn
By DBR Staff Writer
A consortium of PAI Partners and British Columbia Investment (bcIMC) has agreed to acquire Dutch soft-drink bottler Refresco in a deal worth €1.623bn.
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Jolt Cola now available on Amazon
Carbonated energy drink-maker Jolt Cola will now be available on Amazon starting 20 October.
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Eastside Distilling introduces new canning line of ready-to-drink products
By DBR Staff Writer
Eastside Distilling has launched new canning line of Ready-to-Drink (RTD) products, primarily designed for the wine and pre-mixed alcoholic drink industry.
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Lipton launches new organic black tea
Tea brand Lipton has launched a new tea, which provides people with an affordable organic option
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Argo Tea introduces first-to-market line of cold brew single estate bottled teas
Argo Tea is collaborating with Whole Foods Market for the launch of its ready-to-drink (RTD) cold brew single estate bottled teas into the retailer’s stores across the US.
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Coca-Cola, AB InBev complete transition of majority ownership in CCBA
The Coca-Cola Company and Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) have completed the transition of AB InBev’s majority interest in Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA).
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Gruppo Campari to sell Lemonsoda business to Royal Unibrew for EUR80m
By DBR Staff Writer
Italian beverage producer Gruppo Campari has agreed to sell its Lemonsoda business to Danish brewing company Royal Unibrew for €80m.
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Britvic to close manufacturing facility in Norwich, UK
By DBR Staff Writer
UK-based soft drinks company Britvic is planning to shut down one of its manufacturing sites in Norwich.
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