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As in other markets, Coca-Cola is expanding its presence in France beyond soda. Pic:getty/rez-art

Coca-Cola to invest $1.1bn in France

By Rachel Arthur

The Coca-Cola Company will invest a billion euros ($1.1bn) in France over the next five years, which will help expand bottling capacity, modernize plants and introduce new products.

PepsiCo's solar panels at its Purchase, N.Y. headquarters.

PepsiCo to use 100% renewable energy in US operations

By Rachel Arthur

PepsiCo’s direct operations will soon be powered by 100% renewable energy in the US. “We have entered a decade that will be critical for the future of our planet’s health,” says the beverage and snack giant.

The Budweiser Solar Farm will produce the equivalent of power for 670,000 homes. Pic:getty/edufoto

AB InBev to brew beer with renewable electricity in Europe

By Rachel Arthur

AB InBev has signed a deal with global renewable energy developer, BayWa r.e., to purchase 100% renewable electricity for its European brewing operations. It is the largest Pan-European corporate solar power deal ever made: covering AB InBev’s 14 breweries...

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Molson Coors to cease production at California brewery

By Rachel Arthur

Molson Coors Beverage Company plans to stop production at its Irwindale, California, brewery by September. It has also entered into an agreement with Pabst Brewing Co, which gives Pabst the option to purchase the facility.

Coca-Cola takes full ownership of ultra-filtered milk fairlife

Coca-Cola takes full ownership of fairlife

By Rachel Arthur

The Coca-Cola Company has acquired the remaining stake in fairlife LLC from its joint venture partner Select Milk Producers: giving it 100% ownership of the ultra-filtered milk company.

“More than two-thirds of Americans across the political spectrum want excise tax relief for the beer industry, which supports more than 2.1 million American jobs.

US House votes to extend craft beverage tax act

By Beth Newhart

Craft brewers and importers will not face a $130m tax increase in 2020 thanks to a one-year extension of relief from the the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act.

Consumer appetite for hard seltzer is based on occasion and flavored refreshment, which has given the category year-round success. Pic: Getty/hiro-y

No end in sight for US hard seltzer domination

By Beth Newhart

US hard seltzer consumption is set to triple by 2023. But will consumers be able to support the stream of new launches? And can other global markets mimic the success of seltzer in the US?

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