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Food Biz Kids: From Hotlips to Kids' Lips

Portland, Oregon's Hotlips Soda comes in flavors such as Apple, Pear, Raspberry, Black Raspberry, Blackberry, Boysenberry

PepsiCo Taps New Fountain Soda Sweetened with Sugar

Stubborn Soda is the unusual name of a new line of "craft" fountain sodas PepsiCo is launching

Organic success no tease for Steaz Soda

Steaz Soda pledges to be "good for you," with the first USDA-certified organic soda on the market. The company uses "pure" water, organic cane juice and Ceylon green tea, and no preservatives, colorings or ingredients like high-fructose corn syrup.

Jones Soda founder/CEO to step down

Jones Soda Co. founder Peter van Stolk will resign as chairman and chief executive at the end of 2007.

Gourmet Soda Industry Growing To Meet Consumer Demand

The gourmet soda market is becoming increasingly popular as the "trading-up" trend sweeps the beverage industry and consumers curb traditional soda consumption and search for healthier, more innovative alternatives.

Ardea Beverage Co. debuts "the Ultimate Slimming Soda"

Ardea Beverage Company has introduced airforce Slender Nutrisoda, which the company calls "the ultimate slimming soda."

Are Soft Drinks Falling Out of Favor?

Resarch shows people are reaching for water, diet soda and energy or sports drinks to quench thirst.

December 2005 New Food Rollout

A look at holiday products: new beef cut; Jones' unusual soda flavors; Eagle dessert in a kit; brown sugar Splenda; Ore-Ida frozen roasted potatoes; a gift for Fido; a better butter wrapper.

Jones adds sugar ... and cans

Jones Soda Co. adds another novel soda flavor: sugar-sweetened. And this time it's in a can.

Big Three Soda Makers Pledge 20 Percent Calorie Reduction

Coke, Pepsi, Dr Pepper and ABA will push lower-calorie drinks, smaller portion sizes.

Jones Soda CFO steps down

Michael O'Brien will replace outgoing Hassan Natha in early September.

Colombian Indians Create Soda from Coca

A new soft drink made in Colombia may not be cola, but it's definitely coca. A Nasa Indian company in southern Colombia has created a golden, carbonated drink made from coca leaf extract, and they plan to market it as an alternative to Coca-Cola.

On Opening Day, Zevia Faces Diet Pepsi

Stevia-sweetened Zevia has becomes the 'official zero-calorie soda sponsor' of the Oakland A's.

Beverage Processors Switching from HFCS

Jones Soda Co., the quirky Seattle beverage company known for such unusual flavors as strawberry lime, fufu berry and turkey and gravy, recently and quietly converted its entire line of sodas to cane sugar.

Much Ado About Caramel Coloring

While science refutes the 4-MEI/caramel coloring-cancer connection, soda makers reformulate for California.

School Drink Vending Packages Have a Whole New Look

Aseptic processing and packaging helps milk replace soda in vending machines ... and is getting a lot of interest from other applications.

Pepsi Redesigns Plastic Soda Bottle

Pepsi says redesigned PET bottle is the first bottle redesign in 16 years.

BusinessWeek/Interbrand Unveils 100 Top Global Brands survey for 2006

Despite some slippage due to the public’s slackening demand for soda, Coca-Cola remained the No. 1 worldwide brand in the BusinessWeek/Interbrand 100 Top Global Brands survey.

Bans Are a Scapegoat, Not a Solution

National polls have found the majority of New Yorkers – and Americans – oppose banning the sale of soft drinks larger than 16 oz.

Poll Indicates Adult Consumers Need More than Knowledge to Curb Obesity

Behavior-changing knowledge alone is not enough to curb obesity, a poll seems to indicate.

Better Living Through Food Chemistry

Are you familiar with guarana, yerba maté and choline? They and other performance-enhancing ingredients are providing quite a boost - for consumers and for sales of certain foods and beverages.

Resurrecting Mid-Calorie Sodas

Dr Pepper tastes success with Ten, Pepsi to follow with Next

HoJo's Last Stand

A special piece of roadside Americana with memorable food will no longer be around, except in upstate New York.

The Future of Colas Looks Dim

I can't live without diet soda, but sales of such brands as Diet Coke are really slipping again, and are poised to drop even further this year. In four years, they're projected to fade by as much as one-third since their heyday in 2009.

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