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BluePrint launches new line of tea infused energy drinks
By DBR Staff Writer
Cold-pressed juices and juice drinks developer BluePrint has launched a new line of tea infused energy drinks.
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Starbucks expands tea offerings in Asia
By DBR Staff Writer
Starbucks announced that it will introduce its tea brand, Teavana, to more than 6,200 stores across China and Asia Pacific region as the company intends to expand its global tea business to $3bn in the next five years.
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Coca-Cola's Gold Peak to introduce ready-to-drink tea lattes and cold brew coffees in 2017
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola's Gold Peak brand is set to introduce ready-to-drink (RTD) tea lattes and coffees in the first quarter of next year.
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Gusto launches low calorie Fairtrade cola in UK
By DBR Staff Writer
Gusto has launched its low calorie Fairtrade cola in the UK in a 250ml can.
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California judge dismisses Starbucks iced coffee lawsuit
By DBR Staff Writer
A California federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit which accused Starbucks of deceiving customers by using more ice and less liquid.
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Miami Bay Beverage Company receives $2.5m capital infusion
By DBR Staff Writer
The Miami Bay Beverage Company (MBB), has received a $2.5m capital infusion from a syndicate of investors led by Vineyard Point Associates (VPA).
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UK plans to impose sugar tax on soft drinks firms to fight child obesity
By DBR Staff Writer
The UK Government has unveiled plans to impose a sugar tax on soft drinks firms and invest the funds raised in fighting child obesity.
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Coca-Cola Beverages Africa warns of job cuts if proposed sugar tax goes ahead
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa (CCBA) could close its South African plants if the government there goes ahead with a proposed sugar tax intended to tackle the obesity problems of its citizens.
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Sugar tax on soft drinks will put over 4000 jobs at risk, report claims
By DBR Staff Writer
A new report by Oxford Economics has revealed that the soft drinks tax proposed by the UK Government in this year’s budget risks more than 4,000 jobs across the country.
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Coca-Cola Bottling reports 36.7% increase in net sales for Q2
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated has reported a 36.7% increase in its net sales to $840.4m for the second quarter of this year, compared to $614.7m for the same period in 2015.
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Soylent introduces Coffiest, made with real coffee
By DBR Staff Writer
Soylent has introduced Coffiest, a new addition to its suite of convenient foods, made with real coffee.
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MillerCoors launches lightly-carbonated hard iced tea
By DBR Staff Writer
MillerCoors has debuted Easy Tea Co., a lightly-carbonated hard iced tea with a crisp citrus flavor, in select markets.
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Stubborn Soda hits shelves Nationwide
By DBR Staff Writer
STUBBORN SODA, a new line of crafted sodas available in five bold and unexpected flavor combinations, launched on shelves nationwide.
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Purity Soft Drinks launches two new JUICEBURST skinny flavours
By DBR Staff Writer
Purity Soft Drinks announced the launch of two new JUICEBURST skinny flavours including Pink Lemonade and Pomegranate & Blueberry.
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UK's FDF publishes free reformulation guide for small and medium sized companies
By DBR Staff Writer
At a time when shoppers are increasingly looking to reduce sugars in their diets, the UK's Food and Drink Federation (FDF) is helping small producers who are considering reformulation but don't know where to start to take the first step.
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