Drink


Keurig Parent Completes Merger With Dr Pepper

Dr Pepper Snapple Group, the nation’s third-largest soft drink maker, is now officially part of the Keurig family. The new company, Keurig Dr Pepper, said Monday it had successfully completed…

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Starbucks Pumps the Brakes in Its Home Market

Americans’ long-running joke about a Starbucks on every corner may be nearing its end. The coffee behemoth is retrenching in its home market as it contends with sales growth that…

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Cheaper Coffee Arriving at Ben Gurion

The winning bidder for concessions in the reception hall of Terminal 3 at Ben Gurion Airport have committed to offering coffee and other items at lower prices than have been…

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Getting Drinkers Off the Road

On average, every day in the United States 29 people die as a result of alcohol-impaired driving, including both drivers and their innocent victims. Drunk driving is a persistent public…

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New Jersey’s Oldest Resident Dies at 112

New Jersey’s oldest resident, who once claimed that beer and whisky kept her spry, has died at the age of 112. The Record reports that Agnes Fenton, of Englewood, died…

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Coca-Cola Fights Tax Claim on Franchise Royalties

The Coca-Cola Company is fighting an Israel Tax Authority claim on royalties for use of its brand name by the Coca-Cola franchise in Israel, Globes reported on Wednesday. At issue…

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Coke Zero Gets Makeover as Coke Zero Sugar

Coke Zero is getting revamped as Coke Zero Sugar. The new name is intended to make clearer that the drink has no sugar, and a new recipe is intended to…

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Israeli Coffee Chain Gives Discount for Good Manners

A popular Israeli coffee chain is offering its customers a discount for being polite. Customers who say “please” and “thank you” when ordering a regular-sized cup of coffee will pay…

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