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It wasn't until the 12th decade of its existence that American consumers decided they'd rather drink coffee, bottled water, and energy drinks than continue chugging soft drinks. PEP ) , which owns at least as many healthy beverage brands as Coca-
Video Michelle Obama announced Tuesday at the White House new school nutrition rules, saying that promotion of sugary drinks and junk foods during the school day will be phased out to align marketing with standards that already apply to school foods.
Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have dominated the carbonated soft drink market for a century and decades from now, the two companies are bound to maintain their No...However, the two soft drink giants missed the boat on a fast-growing soda substitute: energy
Enter certain Wal-Mart, Caribou Coffee and W Hotel locations, which have each sold some of Project 7's products. UP brand, which has included a unique code under the caps of specially marked soda bottles that can be used to unlock a donation by
The demand for soft drinks kept growing as Chinese people's consumption level increased in the last 30 years. There are a wide range of products and many powerful competitors in the market. In 2013, the total production volume of
A California bill to require sugary soft drinks to carry labels warning of obesity, diabetes and tooth decay passed its first legislative hurdle on Wednesday, the latest move by lawmakers nationwide aimed at persuading people to drink less soda pop...
Morgan Stanley is out with a new note explaining some secular headwinds for Coca-Cola, and the problem couldn't be more clear...Some of it probably has to do with the well-known awareness about sugar and its health affects. And some of it has to do
Bionade, made from water, sugar, malt and natural flavours, is brewed like beer but is non-alcoholic and has one-third to one-fifth the sugar content of traditional soft drinks. The Coca-Cola Co tried to buy the Bionade brand in 2004 for 100 million
Why should the irresponsible behaviour of Che Fu and others, chugging down three litres of soft drink a day, justify taxing the rest of us%3F" Every country that has tried to tax sugar has failed to make a dent on harmful consumption." "Likening
As sugar joins the ranks of nutrition 'baddies', Andrew Stone discovers not everyone agrees how bad the situation is with our food and drink Coca-Cola's Paul Fitzgerald says a tax on sugar would hit low-income consumers along with businesses such as