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Asia Pacific: Vietnamese children received milk supply under fund, says Vinamilk

The Vietnam Children Sponsor Fund (VCSF) has handed milk supply of three months to schools, care centres for children with disabilities, and families of...

Asia Pacific: Put research on caffeine in soft drinks into context, says Australian Beverages...

The Australian Beverages Council has responded to research published in the British Journal of Nutrition from Deakin University that suggests the presence of caffeine...

Asia Pacific: Beer market in the region to grow due to China, India, Vietnam,...

Growing population, increasing disposable income, the availability of beer in various flavors, innovative bottled packaging and launch of new innovative packaging have an imperative...

Asia Pacific: Nestlé Australia in final stage of expanding Milo factory

Nestlé Australia today unveiled the final stage of a substantial three year project to expand the production capabilities of its factory at Smithtown in...

Asia Pacific: Korean beverage company launches soy product using drinkplus filling technology

Korean company Dr. Chung’s Food is launching a beverage that is targeted mainly at young women who want to eat healthily, without missing out...

Americas: NSF International releases standard to test for safe drinking water at home

NSF International has developed a standard that tests the ability of home water treatment devices to reduce certain emerging contaminants in drinking water. The standard,...

Asia Pacific: Hong Kong company gets investment from Japan

Mitsui & Co., Ltd. has invested into Hong Kong’s coffee and tea provider Tsit Wing International Holdings Limited. The two companies will expand their business...

Europe: Drinking a Montmorency cherry concentrate found to lower uric acid levels in the...

Drinking Montmorency cherry concentrate significantly helps to reduce the effects of gout, according to new research. Northumbria University researchers, publishing their findings in The Journal...

Americas: Soft drink giant phases out equipment with HFCs, commits to climate change initiatives

PepsiCo has announced new goals for phasing out equipment with hydroflourocarbons (HFCs), signing both the Ceres Business for Innovative Climate and Energy Policy Climate...

Europe: Energy drink producers create healthier versions to attract UK consumers

Although energy drinks producers report record sales, a new survey by Canadean finds that more than half of energy drink consumers in the UK...

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