PepsiCo Inc. said the latest version of its flagship soda will have 30 percent fewer calories than regular and be made with a mix of sugar and stevia. The drink will go on sale later this month on Amazon.com before eventually being rolled out to supermarkets.
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The Iowa attorney general's office says a lawsuit alleging whiskey maker Templeton Rye misled consumers can proceed. The proposed class-action lawsuit was filed in Illinois by a Chicago law firm on behalf of consumers in the country who have purchased a bottle of Templeton Rye.
iGPS Logistics and Nestle Waters' North America have announced an agreement to introduce iGPS pallets as the shipping platform for Poland Spring brand natural spring water to customers throughout the North East.
Cumberland Farms' recent survey asked consumers what they would be willing to do or give up in order to get their daily coffee fix. The surprising results include giving up booze rather than giving up coffee.
In honor of National Coffee Day, many restaurants, such as Dunkin' Donuts, are giving away free cups of joe! Check out this infographic from Rainforest Alliance to learn the story behind that steaming hot drink in your mug.
The attorney for a Utah woman who nearly died after unknowingly drinking iced tea mixed with chemicals at a Dickey's Barbecue says the family will enter into mediation with the business instead of immediately filing a lawsuit.
The company revealed its plans to invest about $30 million to transform two historic buildings into the production facility and tourist attraction along a stretch of downtown Louisville that was known as "Whiskey Row" from the city's liquor-making heyday.
Backed by research at the Rambam Health Care Campus and the Technion medical faculty in Haifa, Israel, the new "WakeUp® post-lunch waker" daily beverage helps alleviate after-lunch fatigue.
According to the Electrical Safety Foundation, accidents attributed to electrical hazards injure an average of 4,000 workers and claim 300 lives every year. Given these numbers, electrical accidents are among the top causes of job-related fatalities in the U.S. workplace.
When you think of beer, which countries come to mind? With Oktoberfest drawing near, Retale decided to take a closer look. Enjoy an interactive spin around the globe to see the top 50 beer-drinking countries.
A Michigan university has plans to launch a new program trained to teach students "fermentation science." Behind the growth in demand for high-end beer is a long-running fascination with the brewing process, one of the oldest forms of human food processing.
Stephen Colbert of "The Colbert Report" speaks of the devastating blow to grandfathers and hipsters alike as the all-American Pabst Brewing Company is acquired by a Russian company.
To celebrate National Coffee Day, Orbit gum has teamed up with one of comedy's rising stars, Jay Pharoah, to deliver one million pieces of sugar-free gum nationwide on September 29.
SMIRNOFF Vodka is introducing the first of its kind: sour vodka! The Sours are packed with a flavorful punch into every shot that is sure to awaken taste buds. Flavors come in Green Apple, Watermelon and Fruit Punch.
The makers of Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Dr Pepper agreed to work on ways to reduce the calories that consumers get from beverages by up to 20 percent over the next decade by more aggressively marketing smaller bottles.
Coca-Cola, which ironically was created as a healthy drink alternative for the pro-temperance crowd, has had trouble with recipe change. The failure of New Coke is the most glaring example, but just this summer its VitaminWater brand faced a backlash for switching to a stevia-and-sugar combination.
It looks like foreign investors are taking one more slice of Americana pie. News broke this week that Pabst is being sold to a Russian company, which begs the question, “Can we still claim it as our own?”
Nothing says fall quite like pumpkins, but there are a few unexpected pumpkin-flavored foods you may not know exist.
A 104-year-old bottle of Louisville-made bourbon has just been discovered and is soon to be opened.
Pabst has been an American company since 1844 and will continue to be an American iconic brand with its headquarters in the U.S. The future owners of Pabst are "deeply committed to Pabst's future as an American company."
Starbucks is testing a "Dark Barrel Latte" that the company says is flavored with the toasty malt of a foamy mug of stout. The company has said it would expand its testing of serving alcohol and small bites in the evening to more stores.
One of the hottest fields in high-tech right now is big data — making sense of huge amounts of information on everything from shopping to dating. And now for beer. Bloomberg's Elliott Gotkine reports.
Sanitation is essential to producing the best product possible, and as Oktoberfest approaches, more and more small-scale breweries are ramping up their production, and thus, their sanitation procedures.
Treating source water with reverse osmosis elements removes the minerals to create a blank slate, allowing brewers to have control over taste, quality and composition of the beer.
TruMoo, a leader in ready-to-serve refrigerated chocolate milk, has introduced Orange Scream just in time for Halloween. The orange milk was inspired by an orange frozen pop with vanilla ice cream.
Changing consumer taste preferences, varied levels of cost-consciousness and competition from spirits and wine are converging to re-shape the beer industry and its growth opportunities in 2014 and beyond.
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