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Cover story- Non-Carbs Shine While Sparkling Struggles
Soft drink companies reported favorable results for 2007, thanks to their non-carbonated acquisitions, non-carbonated launches and CSD sales increases in markets other than North America. Sparkling products,however, continued to struggle.- Positive Results?
Beverage Beat- A Team Sport
Industry Issues- Coca-Cola Buys Stake in Honest Tea; Diageo Chooses Ketel One, Drops Out of Absolut Race...
- News Briefs
- Wine Options Run a Wide Gamut
Global Report- South America: A Brazilian Powerhouse
New Products- Lighter Light Beer; Pomegranate Drinks...
Up Close With…- Reed's Inc.
Marketing- Super Bowl En Español; 'Fresh' Coffee Campaign...
Packaging- Freedom of Flexibility
Case packers and wrappers are becoming more versatile to fit beverage needs.
Beverage R&D- Gut Reaction
Probiotics and prebiotics emerge as unlikely success story.- R&D News
- FDA Expands Use of Polydextrose in Beverages
- Beverage Testing and Safety Developments
- Citrus Flavors Lead in 2008
Distribution- Truck Spec'ing Tips
Operations- Efficiency Through Integration
Processing automation systems offer increased flexibility and productivity.
Supplier's Marketplace- Douglas Machine Inc.; Krones Inc...
- Supplier News
- Seal-it Provides Sustainability Solution to AgroLabs
The Last Drop- Private Label CSD
Advertiser Index- Index
Social media has become a buzzword for not just American consumers but also the business environment. Companies are turning to various social media channels to create brand awareness or possibly boost retail sales. Beer brands also are turning to social media to make their stories heard. Brand Chorus, a division of New York-based TippingGardner, conducted a Beer StoryScore Index for Beverage Industry. StoryScore is a quantitative measure of a brand’s storytelling through social management based on creativity, strategy and personality.
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Gert van Manen, president of iTi Tropicals Inc., shares his insights on the U.S. coconut water market. Citing research from Krueger Food Laboratories, he also supplies information highlighting the difference between products that declare their added sugars and those that do not.
This book addresses the principles of cleaning operations, water supply issues and the science of detergents and disinfectants.
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