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Coca-Cola to invest $4bn in China between 2015-2017
By DBR Staff Writer
Global beverage major Coca-Cola is set to invest over $4bn in China between 2015-2017, in a move to meet the increasing consumer demand and competition.
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XINGtea introduces new 12oz can package
By DBR Staff Writer
XINGtea, a US-based green tea brand, has introduced new 12oz can package, which will be an addition to its existing 24oz can package.
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Coca-Cola Bottling net income up in first nine months of 2013
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Bottling Co Consolidated (Coke) has reported net income of $32.3m on net sales of $1,247m for the first nine months of 2013, compared to net income of $25.4m on net sales of $1,227.7m for the first nine months of 2012.
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Smoothie King to open 28 stores in US
By DBR Staff Writer
Smoothie King Franchises has inked eight area development agreements with new and existing franchisees in a move to expand its footprint in the US.
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Coca-Cola Enterprises reports third-quarter 2013 results
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc.today reported third-quarter diluted earnings per share of $1.07 on a reported basis, or 82 cents on a comparable basis.
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Coca-Cola first nine months operating revenues down 2%
By DBR Staff Writer
The Coca-Cola has reported net operating revenues of $35.81bn in the first nine months ended 27 September 2013, down by 2%, compared to $36.56bn during the same period in 2012.
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Level 5 Beverage expands product distribution at Amazon.com
By DBR Staff Writer
Level 5 Beverage, a subsidiary of Minerco Resources, has expanded the distribution of its RISE and COFFEE BOOST drinks in coffee flavor across the globe on Amazon.com.
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JambaGo express smoothie units to open across 1,000 food courts in US
By DBR Staff Writer
Jamba, which owns and franchises Jamba Juice stores through its wholly-owned subsidiary Jamba Juice Company, is set to open JambaGo express smoothie units in around 1,000 food courts at a major retailer across the US.
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Village Tea, Mamaki of Hawaii to develop new line of herbal teas
By DBR Staff Writer
Village Tea of Dallas has partnered with tea grower and producer Mamaki of Hawaii for the development of a new range of blended loose leaf tea blends and ready to drink tea-based beverages.
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Anton Paar introduces Carbo 520 Optical sensor for beverage production
By DBR Staff Writer
Anton Paar, a producer of high-end measuring and laboratory instruments, has introduced a new process sensor Carbo 520 Optical for the measurement of CO2 concentration in beverage production.
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Robeks Smoothie reports 9% rise in same store sales
By DBR Staff Writer
Robeks Smoothie, a US-based premium smoothie and juice franchise, has reported an increase in year-over-year same-store sales for 21 consecutive months.
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Parle Agro re-enters carbonated beverage business with Café Cuba
By DBR Staff Writer
India-based Parle Agro has re-entered into carbonated beverages business with the launch of its new coffee-flavored aerated beverage Café Cuba.
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Airgas Carbonic signs liquid CO2 supply deal
By DBR Staff Writer
Airgas Carbonic, a subsidiary of Airgas, has inked a long term agreement for the supply of liquid carbon dioxide (CO2) from Fox River Valley Ethanol's plant in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
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Coca-Cola Japan to introduce new heated fizzy drink Canada Dry Hot Ginger Ale
By DBR Staff Writer
Global beverage giant Coca-Cola has outlined plans to introduce a new Canada Dry Hot Ginger Ale, the world's first canned hot and fizzy drink, in Japan.
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JavaSkinz to use phase change technology to keep coffee at right temperature
By DBR Staff Writer
Nova Solutions is set to enhance its coffee sleeve JavaSkinz using phase change technology to regulate the temperature of both hot and cold drinks.
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