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Do diet sodas spur weight gain or help lessen America's obesity epidemic? Does moderate wine consumption help the kidneys? Do thinking men prefer Pepsi to Coke? Stay up to date with all the latest beverage research in this section of BeverageDaily.com.

Farewell to bottle rinsers?

A new sterilisation process has been developed which manufacturer alfill claims combines economical operation with product reliability. The company believes that the process of dry...

A FROC in your throat

Danish brewery group Bryggerigruppen has teamed up with Rexam Glass Holmegaard to produce bottles for its new brand of alcoholic beverage, FROC. The brand's name...

Brighter smile with D-tagatose

The US Food and Drug Administration has given the all clear for novel food ingredient to bear a tooth-friendly health claim - undoubtedly a crucial...

Uniform global soy isoflavone testing

In a bid to validate different soy isoflavone testing methods around the world, newly merged Dutch ingredients company, Acatris, a subsidiary of Royal Schouten Group,...

IFT in for a Treatt

Flavour ingredients company Treatt will unveil its new selection of natural vegetable distillates at the IFT exhibition opening this weekend in Chicago, USA. Roasted pepper,...

Baltika begins bottled water production

The owner of Russia's leading beer Baltika has big plans for the brand. Baltic Beverages Holding is already preparing to roll out the beer in...

A glass act

Allied Glass Containers has recently supplied UK-based beverage manufacturer G & J Greenall with new 1-litre and 700ml ultra lightweight spirit bottles. The new packaging...

A cool idea

Coca-Cola has launched the Fridge Pack in Singapore, a product which the company believes could revolutionise drinks packaging. The product can stack an 8-pack of...

Controlling the Green Fairy

The controversial herbal drink of 19th century artistes, said to produce hallucinogenic levels of intoxication and inspire the Green Muse, is well under control in...

Horlicks: a modern, healthy drink?

Glaxo SmithKline (GSK) has relaunched its Horlicks brand in three new flavours on the Indian market, according to reports in the Indian press. The relaunch...

Sail of the century

Allied Glass Containers has produced a container for the launch of William Grant and Sons new spirit brand, Sailor Jerry . The packaging, which was designed...

Europen voices concern

Mounting animosity to mandatory deposits for non-refillable drinks containers has been highlighted by criticism from Europen, the European Organisation for Packaging and the Environment, in...

Britvic shoots wide of the mark with Freekee Soda

Britvic launched its innovative new soft drink Freekee Soda in a blaze of publicity at the start of the year, but with sales faltering after...

Oxysense to unveil innovations

Oxysense, the world leader in non-invasive oxygen measurement systemsfor the food and beverage industry, is to showcase a number of new technologies at the forthcoming...

Soya milk turns to chocolate

Moves to increase market share drove Belgian soy product developer Alpro to develop a chocolate flavour fresh soya milk for the British consumer. Launched under...

Cheers!

The Oxoid Awards for Beer Quality and Brewery Hygiene have recognised a number of innovative moves in the field, with the first prize given to...

Achieving closure

Alcoa Closure Systems International (CSI), one of the world's largest closure systems suppliers to the beverage industry, has introduced two new closures designed to improve...

Owens-Illinois to develop new PET technology

Owens-Illinois Plastics Group has launched a joint project with Husky Injection Molding Systems in Ontario, Canada, to develop higher cavitation multi-layer PET injection systems. The...

More bad news for fizzy drinks

Fizzy and sugary drinks are helping to push up the figures of obese children, suggests a small study in the US, and also result in...

A storm in a tea cup?

A storm is brewing over the UK's national beverage as scientists clash over the perfect cuppa. Is it physics, or chemistry? Elaborate findings on how...

Consumer alert over caffeine

The UK's Food Standards Agency is seeking views on new labelling rules that will alert consumers to high levels of caffeine in some drinks. Drinks...

Freshly grown decaf

As the debate hots up over genetically modified foodstuffs, a report published in the latest issue of Nature suggests that, thanks to the tinkering of...

The drink of champions?

A new drink developed by Dutch life sciences company DSM helps athletes achieve better performance levels than a normal, sugar-based sports drink, claims the company....

A clear solution

Rexam Glass has teamed up with Ty Nant Spring Water to produce the packaging for the Welsh company's new clear glass bottle. The new brand...

Breatheable packaging

Graham Packaging has begun supplying single-serve PET Monosorb barrier bottles for fruit juices and other oxygen-sensitive drinks. The company says that its latest advancement for...

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