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May 2006 New Food Rollout

This month's lineup includes Sensations from Lays and Tostitos; a Fusion of flavors from Campbell's V-8 brand; double-cool products from Wrigley; smooth moves from Sara Lee; café chic from Coca-Cola; and an ap-Peel-ing new beverage aimed at young women.

Coca-Cola to Reach 100 Percent Water Replenishment This Year

Five years ahead of its own goal, company will be water-neutual globally.

Coca-Cola Unseated as World's Top Brand

According to an Interbrand survey, the beverage company ended its 13-year run by being upended by Apple and Google

Coca-Cola Buys Stake in Monster Beverage

It will become Coke's energy drink unit.

Pom Wonderful, Coca-Cola at the Supreme Court

Pom sues Coke over pomegranate drink that is 0.3 percent pomegranate.

Coca-Cola Completes China Plant Beverage Acquisition

Paid $400 million for Xiamen Culiangwang, maker of green bean, red bean and walnut protein drinks.

Closings, Layoffs for Cargill, Coca-Cola, General Mills

Two plants for General Mills, one for Cargill, and general shrinkage for Coke.

Changing of the Guard at Hormel, Simpson Steps Up at Coca-Cola

Jeffrey Ettinger reitres as CEO of Hormel Foods and James Snee will fill the spot as both president and CEO. Coca-Cola's Barry Simpson becomes chief information officer.

Coca-Cola Invests in Future 100 Percent PlantBottle

Contracts with biotech firms Virent, Gevo and Avantium for next-generation packaging.

Coca-Cola Remains 'Best Global Brand'

Leads Interbrand list for the 12th straight year.

Coca-Cola Approves Two-for-One Stock Split

Eleventh split in stock's 92-year history.

Coca-Cola’s Isdell to step down as CEO in July

Muhtar Kent to succeed Neville Isdell as CEO in July 2008; Isdell to remain as Chairman until 2009 annual meeting

Coke set to launch coffee-cola fusion drink stateside

After launching in France earlier this year, Coca-Cola Blak will be available in the United States starting April 3.

Enhanced water's popularity has many taking the plunge

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.

State probes Coke-Nestlé calorie-burning drink claims

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."

Game’s afoot at Coca-Cola in Beijing

Soft drink industry weighs restrictions on school sales

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.

Coca-Cola unveils new operating structure

Coca-Cola No. 1 global brand ... again

Have Consumers and Manufacturers Found A Happy Medium for Beverages?

Coca-Cola Life, Dr Pepper Ten and lower-sugar flavored milks are among the beverage products looking for a middle ground among calorie-conscious consumers.

Fuze Reinvents the Juice Drink Experience

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.

Category: New Food Products

Product Type: Beverages

Manufacturer:
Glacéau

Odwalla Introduces Smoothies For Kids

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.

Category: New Food Products

Product Type: Beverages

Manufacturer:
Odwalla Inc.

July 2007 New Food Rollout

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.

Rollout: May 2007's Best New Products

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 ...

Coke, Cargill name new sweetener Truvia

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.

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