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Ichitan to build $37m beverage plant in Indonesia
By DBR Staff Writer
Thailand-based beverage company Ichitan is planning to form a joint venture with Indonesia's Atri Pasifix to construct a new THB1.18bn ($37m) production plant in Indonesia.
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Old Chicago launches New Explorer Series featuring Odell beers in its Colorado restaurants
By DBR Staff Writer
Old Chicago Pizza & Taproom, a traditional casual dining restaurant known for its expansive selection of craft beers, is entering new beer territory with the launch of its Old Chicago Explorer Series.
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BeBevCo receives Kosher certification for KOMA Unwind Liquid Relaxation ingredients
By DBR Staff Writer
Bebida Beverage Company , a developer, manufacturer and marketer of relaxation and energy products, announced today the company's flagship product, KOMA Unwind Liquid Relaxation ingredients which is slated for a major global expansion, has been fully approved for STAR-K Kosher Certification.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Energy & Sports Drinks > News
Earthquake in Napa Valley hits wineries
By DBR Staff Writer
The wineries in Napa Valley have been damaged following the 6.1-magnitude earthquake that hit southern Napa County in the US state of California.
Alcoholic Beverages > Wine > News
Top Shelf Brands to expedite formula and label approval required to distribute Besado Tequila
By DBR Staff Writer
Top Shelf Brands Holdings, is working to bring the Herbal Infused Besado Tequila to market.
Alcoholic Beverages > Spirits > News
Coca-Cola introduces mid-calorie soda in Mexico
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola has introduced mid-calorie soda Life in Mexico, where carbonated beverage sales are declining due to a new tax imposed on sugary beverages.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Soft Drinks > News
New York records over 100% rise in local alcohol manufacturers
By DBR Staff Writer
New York has recorded a 105% rise in alcoholic beverage manufacturers compared to 2011, with the government’s initiative to encourage farm-based businesses.
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Upland Brewing to launch Teddy Bear Kisses beer in September
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based Upland Brewing is planning to make Teddy Bear Kisses available for wholesale on draught and in 4-packs in September.
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Investors focus on single malt Scotch production as demand for wine declines
By DBR Staff Writer
Fine wine investors are focusing on the production of rare single malt Scotch and Japanese whisky, as the world’s top fine wines are witnessing a slump in value.
Alcoholic Beverages > Spirits > News
Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board opens new retail store
By DBR Staff Writer
The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board (PLCB) today welcomed local elected officials, vendors and the public to the grand opening of the Fine Wine & Good Spirits Premium Collection Store at 5956 Penn Circle South, Suite 201, Pittsburgh.
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Constellation expands recall to include additional packages
By DBR Staff Writer
Constellation Brands Beer Division announced today that it is expanding the list of production codes consumers should look for to determine whether they have 12-ounce clear glass bottles of Corona Extra involved in a voluntary recall issued in the United States on Friday, August 15.
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Keurig Green Mountain and Kraft Foods sign licensing agreement
By DBR Staff Writer
Keurig Green Mountain has announced a multi-year licensing, manufacturing, and distribution agreement for Kraft’s branded coffees in Keurig® portion pack formats compatible with Keurig® consumer and commercial brewing systems in the U.S.
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Russia eases ban on Serbian dairy imports
By DBR Staff Writer
Russia has lifted ban on dairy imports from two Serbian companies, which were recently restricted for unspecified violation of regulations.
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20% sugar tax on drinks could lower obesity risk: South African researchers
By DBR Staff Writer
Researchers from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, have found that a 20% tax imposed on sugar sweetened beverages (SSB) could reduce obesity in young adults.
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New bottling production facility for Sealand BIRK
By DBR Staff Writer
Sealand Natural Resources, a new product development company, which manufactures, markets and sells functional beverages (Sealand BIRK), today announced a Joint Venture agreement with MAGNUM UAB STRAIKUS.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Energy & Sports Drinks > News
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