Beverages - Soft Drinks

NPR  Jul 23  Comment 
A daily habit of sugary-sweetened drinks can boost your risk of developing the disease — even if you're not overweight. And diet soda might not be doing you any favors, either.  Jul 22  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Coca-Cola posted second-quarter earnings on Wednesday that beat estimates as it cut expenses and raised prices to counter sluggish sales as consumers drink less soda. Coke is focusing on its non-carbonated beverages and...
NPR  Jul 22  Comment 
The beloved ice pops were born of a young boy's tinkering with sugary soda powder and water on a cold night. But the end of this tale for Frank Epperson was not as sweet as his treat.
Clusterstock  Jul 22  Comment 
Over the past few months, Coke has shifted its focus towards selling smaller cans and bottles in the US, in the hope that slimming down on portion size will help fatten up its margins. And it's a bet that appears to have paid off. Coca-Cola...
Wall Street Journal  Jul 22  Comment 
Coca-Cola showed improvement in the second quarter, fueled not by soda, but by noncarbonated drinks like tea, bottled water and ultra-filtered nutrient-rich milk.
MedPage Today  Jul 21  Comment 
(MedPage Today) -- Large review also finds data limited for fruit juice and diet drinks.
NPR  Jul 21  Comment 
The worm infects 740 million people and causes anemia and loss of protein. A vaccine is in the works. And some brave souls are testing it out by ... getting infected with hookworm.
Forbes  Jul 19  Comment 
John Sculley is best known for his successes at Pepsi and his dramatic tenure at Apple, including the battle that jettisoned Steve Jobs from the ground-breaking tech firm. But Sculley’s post-Apple career has been focused squarely on helping...
Motley Fool  Jul 14  Comment 
Beverage maker backtracks on removing aspartame from Diet Pepsi.
Market Intelligence Center  Jul 10  Comment 
SodaStream International Ltd. (SODA) presents a trading opportunity that offers a 8.90% return in just 189 days. A covered call on SodaStream at the $17.50 level expiring on Jan. '16 offers an assigned return rate of 8.90% or 17.19% annualized....


This industry include companies that produce carbonated non-alcholic beverages (Soft Drinks). Many of these companies also bottle water as well.

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