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Eleventh split in stock's 92-year history.
Muhtar Kent to succeed Neville Isdell as CEO in July 2008; Isdell to remain as Chairman until 2009 annual meeting
After launching in France earlier this year, Coca-Cola Blak will be available in the United States starting April 3.
Coca-Cola's Chuck Fruit is stepping down as chief marketing officer, a move that follows a reduction in his clout earlier this year.
Drink companies, including big players like Atlanta-based Coca-Cola, are interested in the enhanced water market because it is growing quickly and the margins are better than for regular bottled water.
Connecticut's attorney general has launched an investigation into claims by Coca-Cola Co. and Nestlé SA that a new green-tea-based soft drink they are marketing burns calories, saying he is concerned the assertion may be misleading and based on "voodoo nutrition."
With pressure from health advocates mounting, Coca-Cola, Pepsi and the rest of the soft drink industry are considering a voluntary ban on carbonated soft drinks in elementary and middle schools and restrictions on sales in high schools.
Glacéau, a business unit of Coca-Cola Co., is introducing an improved line of Fuze flavored beverages that blend together the goodness of diverse fruity flavors and nutritional ingredients.
The Coca-Cola-owned company introduced a refrigerated line of lunchbox-suitable, not-from-concentrate smoothies that are conveniently packaged in easy-to-hold drink boxes.
This month's new product rollout features inulin-added cottage cheese from Kraft; new Chinese meals to go from General Mills; Dasani Plus from Coca-Cola; Del Monte's new energy drink Bloom; slow-melting Popsicles; and new Kettle Tortilla Chips.
This month's new product rollout features bistro flatbreads from Stouffer's; a groundbreaking, sugar-free stick gum from Wrigley; Diet Coke Plus, a sparkling, calorie-free beverage with vitamins and minerals from Coca-Cola; Hershey's Antioxidant Milk Chocolate; a new instant oatmeal that feels ...
Officials from Cargill Inc. and Coca-Cola Co. held a joint web conference May 15 to announce the electronic publication of peer-reviewed research that confirms the safety of their jointly developed zero-calorie sweetener, rebiana, which comes from the South American-native stevia plant.
Coca-Cola Co. moved up a notch to No. 2 and General Mills Inc., at No. 8, was the only other food company to crack the top 10 in the annual Reputation Quotient study by research firm Harris Interactive, Rochester, N.Y., and the Reputation Institute, New York.
Coca-Cola Co. and Cargill Inc. have teamed up to market a zero-calorie natural sweetener derived from the South American herb stevia.
Despite some slippage due to the publics slackening demand for soda, Coca-Cola remained the No. 1 worldwide brand in the BusinessWeek/Interbrand 100 Top Global Brands survey.
Three Special K protein-fortified waters from Kellogg; Godiva Belgian Blends from Coca-Cola and Godiva Chocolatier; four varieties of Fresh Makes Veggie Pasta Salad Kits from Dole Fresh; General Mills Dora the Explorer Cereal; and Red Baron The Big Baron Pizza from Schwans Consumer Brands.
Beverage manufacturer cites cost-cutting and expansion of contract-farming portfolio as reasons for using corn-based sweeteners.
Hydration gets a boost with the zero-calorie liquid beverage enhancer that comes in four flavors: Strawberry Kiwi, Pink Lemonade, Pineapple Coconut and Mixed Berry.
With real fruit juice, new juices are are excellent sources of vitamin C.
Simply Orange Juice Co. has introduced its latest offerings: Cranberry Cocktail and Simply Lemonade with Mango, both available in 59-oz carafes.
J&J Snack Foods introduces Minute Maid Soft Frozen Orangeade.
Goodness personified with three servings of organic vegetables and fruit in each 12-oz. bottle.
Brands are the light, not the bulb. Here are our picks for those trademarks that have withstood the test of time and forged an emotional connection with consumers.