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Sidel claims its Combi Predis/Capis FMa machine is the only low-output blow-fill-cap solution on the market to use dry preform decontamination

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Sidel: New low output aseptic PET solution suits niche beverage brands

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Sidel tells BeverageDaily.com that its new low output aseptic blow-fill-cap machine lends opportunities for beverage producers to test the market with PET on a smaller scale, and naturally suits ‘more niche brands’.

Not all ginkgo biloba extracts are created equal, according to the American Botanical Council (Picture Copyright: NTP report)

ABC hits back at report linking Ginkgo Biloba to cancers in mice

By Ben BOUCKLEY

The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) insists consumers should avoid gingko biloba, a tree-derived extract commonly used in teas, some energy drinks and supplements, after a US government report linked it to cancers in mice.

Hot and cold teas hold 'really unlimited opportunities' for both industry and consumers, according to Unilever

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Unilever touts tea as ‘hottest beverage’ in world

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Unilever has described tea as the ‘hottest beverage’ in the global drinks landscape, and one with unlimited opportunities as a natural product with scientifically proven health and wellness benefits.

Parents Stateside are seeking out low-fat, low-calorie yogurts or yogurt drinks, such as Danimals Smoothies, according to Mintel

MINTEL PREDICTS STRONG US GROWTH FOR HEALTHY KIDS YOGURT DRINKS

Dannon took two years to win 25% Danimals Smoothies sugar cut

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Dairy giant Dannon (Danone) says it spent two years reformulating its Danimals Smoothies for kids in the US to achieve a 25% sugar reduction, as Mintel predicts strong growth for kid-friendly yogurt drinks with health and wellness benefits in the country...

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Coca-Cola loses 2012 UK soft drinks share to Pepsi

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Coca-Cola lost UK volume share in 2012, while Pepsi grew both its volume and value share and Lucozade and Red Bull’s success reflected growing consumer interest in functional drinks.

Coca-Cola launched its recyclable PlantBottle made 'partially from plants' in 2009

‘One trip throwaway’ packaging suits beverage brand image: Canadean

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Drinks market analysis firm Canadean says that, while it is surprising that a growing number of beverage packages are ‘one trip throwaways’ given environmental concerns, such packaging does offer  brands a better image and greater pack design flexibility.

Nestlé has escaped ASA censure for a recent Nesquik TV advert

CHILDREN'S FOOD CAMPAIGN SLAMS 'EVER ACCOMMODATING ASA'

ASA-OK with us! Nestlé escapes Nesquik rap on ‘poor nutritional habits’ claim

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Nestlé milkshake brand Nesquik has escaped UK Advertising Standards Authority censure after viewers of a TV ad alleged that it encouraged ‘poor nutritional habits’ among children, but the Children's Food Campaign slammed the 'ever-accommodating...

Open-Close-Open-Close: How to do precisely this with a beverage can is a question that has occupied fine minds since the 1960s

NEW END IS EASIER TO INTEGRATE WITH FILLING PROCESSES: can2close

Award-winning resealable beverage can end beats rivals: German startup

By Ben BOUCKLEY

German startup can2close tells BeverageDaily.com that its award-winning new resealable beverage can end trumps existing rival solutions and is not ‘light years’ away from market readiness.

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