Forbes  Feb 10  Comment 
Saudi Arabia is slated to impose hefty taxes on tobacco products, sugary soft drinks, and energy drinks in the quarter starting in April. A 100% tax will be placed on cigarettes and energy drinks, as well as a 50% tax on soft drinks. These taxes...
Forbes  Jan 31  Comment 
PepsiCo has faced increased pressure from activist investors to spin-off the beverages division. Now, while the beverages and snacks business almost have a 50-50 contribution to PepsiCo’s top line, the snacks division is seen as the cash cow for...  Jan 31  Comment 
LONDON (dpa-AFX) - Soft drinks maker Britvic plc (BVIC.L) reported Tuesday that its first-quarter revenue was 351.0 million pounds, an increase of 4.3% on the prior year on a constant currency basis. The strong start to the year was underpinned by...
Forbes  Jan 13  Comment 
The perpetual third behind Coca-Cola and PepsiCo in the U.S. carbonated soft drinks market, Dr Pepper Snapple had a solid 2016. Steady organic growth even in the declining segment of U.S. CSDs, coupled with a strong non-carbonated portfolio, has...  Dec 5  Comment 
Details of two-tier levy welcomed by health campaigners, with experts predicting rise of up to 24p on litre of pop The cost of a can of cola, lemonade or Red Bull is likely to rise by about 8p, while a two-litre bottle of any high-sugar soft...
The Economic Times  Nov 22  Comment 
The samples were found to have lead, cadmium and chromium because of leaching of toxins from bottles in which they were packaged
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 22  Comment 
PepsiCo Inc said on Tuesday it would buy health beverage maker KeVita Inc, in an effort to diversify its soft drinks business and tap health conscious consumers. California-based KeVita offers more...  Nov 7  Comment 
Government hails supermarket’s move to reformulate all of its own-label soft drinks, saying it shows pressure is working Tesco has escaped the government’s sugar tax by cutting the amount of sugar that its own-label soft drinks contain to...
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 4  Comment 
Even though traditional and home-made drinks continue to remain popular, packaged beverages appear to be gaining traction with Indian consumers who are frequently reaching out for more soft drinks. A...
New York Times  Nov 3  Comment 
Workplaces are banning the sale of soft drinks as part of a growing effort to curb their consumption around the country.

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