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Peet's Coffee invests in Revive Kombucha brewery
By DBR Staff Writer
California-based fermented beverage-maker Revive Kombucha has raised $7.5m in Series B funding, led by Peet's Coffee.
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Seven companies pledge to limit sugar content in drinks sold in Singapore
By DBR Staff Writer
Seven beverage companies including Coca-Cola, Nestle and PepsiCo have pledged to reduce the sugar content in their beverages sold in Singapore.
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Varun Beverages to buy PepsiCo India’s existing franchised rights in two states
Varun Beverages has approved its intent to enter into a binding agreement to acquire PepsiCo India ’s previously franchised territories of the State of Odisha and parts of Madhya Pradesh along with three manufacturing units at Cuttack, Bargarh and Bhopal subject to the satisfactory completion of due diligence and final approval of PepsiCo.
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Waterloo Sparkling Water to hit shelves in US in September 2017
Waterloo Sparkling Water, a new water brand, will roll out in early September 2017 packed in a 12-ounce can and sold in 12-can fridge pack cases.
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Pulse Beverage ships products to Fiesta Mart
US-based Pulse Beverage has shipped its natural cabana lemonades and limeades to Fiesta Mart, a US-based multinational grocery store chain.
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Coca-Cola Zero Sugar launches in US with new taste
Coca-Cola Zero Sugar has been launched in the US with new and enhanced real Coca-Cola taste.
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Refresco to acquire Cott’s beverage business for $1.25bn
Dutch drinks-maker Refresco has agreed to acquire Cott’s beverage business for $1.25bn.
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Soylent adds cafe vanilla & cafe chai to suite of caffeinated beverages
Soylent announced the latest flavors in its suite of nutritionally complete, ready-to-drink products: Cafe Vanilla and Cafe Chai.
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Long Island Iced Tea forms new distribution partnership with Swartz & Sons
Long Island Iced Tea has partnered Swartz & Sons to distribute its portfolio of beverage brands in Virginia, Maryland, Washington D.C., Delaware and Pennsylvania.
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Anheuser-Busch acquires energy drinks maker Hiball
Anheuser-Busch has acquired San Francisco-based Hiball Energy, a maker of organic energy drinks and Alta Palla sparkling juices and waters.
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MODe launches new line of cold-pressed sports nutrition beverages
MODe has introduced a line of cold-pressed sports nutrition beverages targeted at increasing performance during each of the three workout modes: pre, intra, and post.
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Coca-Cola Beverages Africa buys Kenya's Equator Bottlers
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) has acquired Equator Bottlers, which was previously a subsidiary of Kretose Investments owned by the Shah family.
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Britvic Ireland unveils new soft drink, Club Zero Super Split
Britvic Ireland has launched NEW Club Zero Super Split, a new soft drink that combines juicy oranges and smooth vanilla but with ZERO sugar.
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Asahi to divest stake in Chinese soft drink producer Tingyi
Japanese food and beverage firm Asahi is selling its remaining 20.4% stake in Tingyi-Asahi Beverages to its Chinese joint venture partner Tingyi for $612m.
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Dry Sparkling craft soda adds watermelon flavor to its line
By DBR Staff Writer
US craft soda brand Dry Sparkling has launched a craft watermelon soda just in time for summer.
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