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Barfresh selects RestaurantLink to expand smoothie sales in US
By DBR Staff Writer
Barfresh Food Group, a US-based manufacturer and distributor of ready to blend beverages, has signed a marketing agreement with RestaurantLink to expand the distribution of Barfresh Smoothie products to RestaurantLink's thousands of foodservice clients in the US.
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Wholesalefund adds four beverage manufacturers to Beverage Network
By DBR Staff Writer
Wholesalefund, an Arizona-based company that aids manufacturers and distributors to get products distributed, has added four new beverage manufacturers to its Beverage Network.
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Coca-Cola Beverages Pakistan to invest $379m on three bottling plants
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Beverages Pakistan is set to invest $379m for the construction of three new Greenfield bottling plants in the next three years, as part of plans to meet increasing demand for its beverages in the country.
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Jamba partners with Casa Operadora to open 80 stores in Mexico
By DBR Staff Writer
Beverage retailer Jamba Juice has entered into a master franchise development agreement with Mexico-based Casa Operadora de Franquicias to establish 80 Jamba Juice stores in Mexico over the next decade.
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Crystal Geyser Water signs sales licensing agreement with Soma Beverage
By DBR Staff Writer
California-based natural beverage company Crystal Geyser Water has entered into sales licensing agreement with Soma Beverage to add Metromint bottled waters to its product portfolio.
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Dr Pepper to re-acquire distribution rights for soft drinks in Asia-Pacific
By DBR Staff Writer
Dr Pepper Snapple Group has agreed to re-acquire distribution rights for Snapple brand of tea and juice drinks, and several other non-carbonated beverage brands from Mondeléz International in seven countries across the Asia-Pacific.
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Ecosentials to expand Vitamin Squeeze water enhancer distribution in US
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based Ecosentials is set to expand the distribution of its Vitamin Squeeze Liquid and Powder Water Enhancers to over 800 SUPERVALU stores across the US from March 2013.
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Praxair acquires NuCO2 for $1.1bn
By DBR Staff Writer
Praxair, a US-based industrial gas supplier, has acquired beverage carbonation solutions provider NuCO2 for $1.1bn from private equity investment firm Aurora Capital Group.
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The Tea Spot selects finum to expand distribution to Europe, Russia
By DBR Staff Writer
The Tea Spot, a for-profit philanthropic business producing handcrafted loose leaf teas and Steepware, has entered into a strategic partnership with Hamburg-based distributor finum for the distribution of its STEEPWARE and BREWLUX products in Europe and Russia.
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Fruitapeel to deploy Elopak aseptic filling machine at Llantrisant site in UK
By DBR Staff Writer
Fruitapeel, a UK-based manufacturer of own-label and branded juices and smoothies, has partnered with Elopak to deploy S-PS80 High Aseptic filling machine at its manufacturing site in Llantrisant, Wales in March 2013.
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SodaStream to offer exclusively co-developed Ocean Spray juice blends
By DBR Staff Writer
Israel-based SodaStream International has entered into a strategic license agreement with Ocean Spray Cranberries to offer exclusively co-developed juice blend concentrates through its home beverage carbonation system.
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Steaz reveals revamped beverage line, website
By DBR Staff Writer
Steaz, a brand of organic green tea-based beverages owned by privately held Healthy Beverage Company, has unveiled energy drinks, iced teas and sparkling green teas in newly designed recyclable aluminum cans and relaunched its website with a new look.
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Coca-Cola to increase investment in smoothie company innocent
By DBR Staff Writer
The Coca-Cola Company has entered into an agreement with UK-based smoothie company innocent to acquire the majority of the founders' remaining shares in the company.
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Coca-Cola, Aujan Group form two new beverage firms
By DBR Staff Writer
The Coca-Cola Company has agreed to acquire around half of Aujan Group's beverage business for $980m to form Aujan Coca-Cola Beverages and Rani Refreshments.
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Seattle's Best Coffee, Inventure Foods to launch frozen coffee beverages
By DBR Staff Writer
Seattle's Best Coffee, a wholly owned subsidiary of Starbucks, has partnered with specialty foods manufacturer Inventure Foods to unveil blend-at-home frozen coffee beverage line - Seattle’s Best Coffee Frozen Coffee Blends - in spring 2013.
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