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706-720 of 1987 results
Smoothie King debuts in Singapore
By DBR Staff Writer
Smoothie King Franchises has opened its first store in Singapore at The Centrepoint shopping mall, as part of its global expansion plans.
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PepsiCo renews partnership with Vail Resorts
By DBR Staff Writer
PepsiCo has renewed its multi-year marketing and product distribution partnership with Vail Resorts, a mountain resort operator in the US.
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Coca-Cola merchandise assortments to go live on HSN
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola is to collaborate with American interactive multichannel retailer Home Shopping Network (HSN) to form a multi-year merchandise, marketing and digital experience.
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Daily's Convenience to sell Phase III Recovery drink in Tennessee, Kentucky
By DBR Staff Writer
Attitude Drinks, the maker of the Phase III Recovery brand, has selected Daily's Convenience Stores to sell the beverage across its 80 outlets in middle Tennessee and Kentucky.
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Coca-Cola selects Tetra Gemina Aseptic Leaf package for Dobry juice in Russia
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Hellenic has deployed Tetra Pak’s Tetra Gemina Aseptic (TGA) Leaf carton for improved handling, pouring and a sleek new design for its Dobry juice range in Russia.
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Soft drink maker Maine Root deploys Content Raven software
By DBR Staff Writer
Maine Root, a brewer of fair trade certified soft drinks, has deployed Marlborough-based content security company Content Raven’s solution to protect sensitive information when sharing it with vendors.
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Coca-Cola, Select Milk Producers buy equity stakes in Fair Oaks Farms Brands
By DBR Staff Writer
The Coca-Cola Company and Select Milk Producers have agreed to acquire equity stakes in health and wellness company Fair Oaks Farms Brands
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Dairy firm Saputo to acquire Dean Foods subsidiary Morningstar
By DBR Staff Writer
Montreal-based dairy company Saputo has agreed to acquire Morningstar Foods, a subsidiary of Dean Foods Company, for $1.45bn, as part of plans to increase its presence in the US.
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Coffee Action West to open 24 Dunkin' Donuts stores in Austin
By DBR Staff Writer
American doughnut and coffeehouse chain Dunkin' Donuts has entered into an agreement with Coffee Action West to develop 21 traditional Dunkin' Donuts restaurants and three Dunkin' Donuts/Baskin-Robbins combination stores in the Austin area in Texas.
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Coca-Cola Thai bottler, PT Construction to form JV in Laos
By DBR Staff Writer
ThaiNamthip, Coca-Cola's bottling partner in Thailand, and Laos-based PT Construction plan to form a joint venture (JV) and invest $40m over the next five years to bottle and distribute Coca-Cola beverages in Laos.
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Smoothie King to open 48 stores in US, Korea
By DBR Staff Writer
Smoothie King Franchises has signed 48 new franchise agreements, of which 22 will be developed in the US and 26 in Korea.
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Coca-Cola expands 5by20 women economic empowerment initiative
By DBR Staff Writer
The Coca-Cola Company said that its women’s economic empowerment initiative - 5by20 - is on course to reach 300,000 women by the end of this year.
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Renuka Shaw Wallace to invest $13.81m in Sri Lankan F&B sector
By DBR Staff Writer
Renuka Shaw Wallace, formally known as Coco Lanka, has launched a new corporate identity and announced plans to invest SLR1.8bn ($13.81m) in the food and beverage (F&B) sector over the next three years.
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S&D Coffee to invest $97m for expansion
By DBR Staff Writer
S&D Coffee, a Concord-based producer of coffee, tea and other beverages, plans to invest $97m over the next five years, as part of strategy to accommodate current and future growth.
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Calorie burning drink brand Celsius selects Shanghai Honglu for Chinese foray
By DBR Staff Writer
Celsius Holdings has partnered with Shanghai Honglu International Trade to introduce negative calorie beverage Celsius in China.
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706-720 of 1987 results