BevNET.com Daily News RoundupNewsletter - May 03, 2012
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Energy Drink Companies Too Hot to Buy, Sez NY Post

Posted by Jeffrey Klineman at 2:52 PM on May 03, 2012

Energy Drink Companies Too Hot to Buy, Sez NY Post

Monday’s speculation that the Coca-Cola Co., Inc., was possibly taking a swing at acquiring Monster Energy sent the New York Post off in search of further energy drink company speculation.

Too hot? Rockstar

What it came away with was something else entirely, however — an analysis that both Monster and its fierce competitor, Rockstar, might be too racy to be purchased by any of the big beverage companies.



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Review: Core Power

Posted by BevNET.com Staff at 2:22 PM on May 03, 2012

Review: Core Power

Core Power is a protein drink that’s made from real milk to boost performance, increase endurance and reduce muscle fatigue.  It’s lactose free, thanks to the addition of lactase, and comes in a variety of flavors.   As you’ll see in our review, it’s definitely one of the most approachable protein drinks out there today.…



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Nooyi: We’re About “Total Liquid Refreshment”

Posted by Jeffrey Klineman at 12:11 PM on May 02, 2012 | 2 comments

Nooyi: We’re About “Total Liquid Refreshment”

Pepsi’s half-billion advertising push should take about two years to work, according to an article in the Financial Times. If it does, according to CEO Indra Nooyi, the company will be as well known for the “total liquid refreshment market” instead of the CSD competition known known colloquially as the “cola wars.”



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Morgan Stanley: Cott Delivers a Beat

Posted by Jeffrey Klineman at 11:56 AM on May 02, 2012

Morgan Stanley: Cott Delivers a Beat

Cott shares beat both Wall Street’s and investment bank Morgan Stanley’s quarterly earnings forecast yesterday by a wide margin on better than expected gross margins. The private-label soft drink maker also announced a $35 million share repurchase program over the next year.



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Acidified Coconut Water Concentrate - A new juice ingredient alternative from iTi Tropicals.
iTi continues to lead the way in coconut water, offering facilities without low-acid approval another option for achieving a 100% juice beverage while lowering caloric load. Acidified coconut water concentrate (CWC) is an excellent blending juice where high juice content is desired, and production occurs at a facility that can not process low acid products. iTi is pleased to announce the availability of 60 brix CWC with a pH below 4.6. The first shipments will arrive in the next few weeks, however a limited supply of samples is available immediately for evaluation. For more details on using CWC blends to lower calories and achieve 100% juice labeling, click here.

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