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Asahi to divest stake in Chinese soft drink producer Tingyi Japanese food and beverage firm Asahi is selling its remaining 20.4% stake in Tingyi-Asahi Beverages to its Chinese joint venture partner Tingyi for $612m. Non-alcoholic Beverages > Soft Drinks > News

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Fruit Juice

Starbucks introduces two new Frappuccinos
US coffee giant Starbucks has launched two new layered frappuccinos, just in time for summer.
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Symrise agrees to buy UK fruit juice supplier Cobell
Germany-based Symrise has agreed to acquire UK-based processed fruit and vegetable juice-maker Cobell for an undisclosed amount.
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Energy & Sports Drinks

Dry Sparkling craft soda adds watermelon flavor to its line
By DBR Staff Writer
US craft soda brand Dry Sparkling has launched a craft watermelon soda just in time for summer.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Bottled Water > News
Ultima Foods invests to expand production capacity of drinkable yogurt
By DBR Staff Writer
Canadian yogurt company Ultima Foods has unveiled plans to invest C$14.4m ($10.7m) to install a new drinkable yogurt production line at its manufacturing plant in Granby, Quebec.
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Dairy

Graham’s The Family Dairy plans to build £20m facility in Stirling, Scotland
By DBR Staff Writer
Graham’s The Family Dairy plans to build a £20m dairy, research and training facility in Stirling, Scotland.
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Danone to acquire 25% stake in Yashili for EUR437m
By DBR Staff Writer
French dairy major Danone has agreed to acquire 25% stake in Chinese infant formula producer Yashili for €437m.
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Hot Drinks

Starbucks to invest $120m at Augusta Soluble plant in Georgia, US
Starbucks is investing $120m to expand its Augusta Soluble plant, which will nearly duble the size of operations, while creating 100 new jobs at the facility.
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Starbucks unveils toasted coconut cold brew
Coffee giant Starbucks has added another coconut-infused beverage to its Cold Brew lineup.
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Soft Drinks

Refresco to acquire Cott’s beverage business for $1.25bn
Dutch drinks-maker Refresco has agreed to acquire Cott’s beverage business for $1.25bn.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Soft Drinks > News
Long Island Iced Tea forms new distribution partnership with Swartz & Sons
Long Island Iced Tea has partnered Swartz & Sons to distribute its portfolio of beverage brands in Virginia, Maryland, Washington D.C., Delaware and Pennsylvania.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Soft Drinks > News

Bottled Water

Dry Sparkling craft soda adds watermelon flavor to its line
By DBR Staff Writer
US craft soda brand Dry Sparkling has launched a craft watermelon soda just in time for summer.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Bottled Water > News
New Age Beverages introduces shelf-stable probiotic water
Colorado-based New Age Beverages has launched Aspen Pure Probiotic, the world's first shelf-stable probiotic water with more than 10 billion cfu's (colony forming units/probiotics).
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Energy & Sports Drinks > News