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If overhauling a core brand’s packaging and its flavour variants was one of Coca-Cola’s New Year’s Resolutions, then the company is already off to an excellent start in 2018.
When it comes to beverage innovation, most attention has been focused on sugar in recent years. Manufacturers are under severe pressure to reduce sugar, as governments around the world attempt to curb rising obesity levels and lifestyle-related diseases such as diabetes.
US-based Vintage Wine Estates has acquired Tamarack Cellars in Walla Walla, Washington.
Coca-Cola has announced it will be reducing the bottle size of Coca-Cola Classic in the UK from 1.75l to 1.5l, while also increasing the price by £0.20 from March this year.
Lionheart Cider intends to secure $0.76m through a private placement of shares.
Brookfield Business Partners has entered an agreement to purchase a 75% stake in Schoeller Allibert Group for €205m ($246.96m).
What has an iced tea maker and Bitcoin got in common? Blockchain, obviously.
Consumers are leading more demanding lifestyles, which are draining energy levels and driving the need to relax and rejuvenate. Conscious of the negative health implications of an imbalanced lifestyle, many concerned consumers are paying greater attention to their emotional wellbeing and quality of life, highlighting a more sophisticated outlook towards managing personal health.
The Australian Medical Association (AMA) has recommended that the Government of Australia should impose a ban on advertisements for sugary drinks and unhealthy food products that directly target children in the AMA Position Statement on Nutrition 2018.
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