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Nestlé has announced it has created a unique chocolate made entirely from the cocoa fruit, using the beans and pulp as the only ingredients and therefore not adding any refined sugar. Nestlé plans to introduce the first product in Japan in the autumn of this year through its KitKat Chocolatory. Further products in other countries will follow next year, through some of Nestlé’s most popular confectionery brands. More

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Today, natural mineral water brand Valvert in Belgium launches its new bottle made entirely from recycled PET (rPET), a first for Nestlé in Europe. This innovation is a step further towards meeting Nestlé's commitment to increase the rPET content in its water bottles to 35% globally by 2025. Valvert only uses already used bottles to produce the new bottle, and no new virgin PET needs to be created. Valvert has...

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Revenue from organic products, excluding the effect of currency fluctuations and acquisitions, rose by 4.5% PepsiCo outpaced second-quarter earnings and profit analysts' forecast due to higher demand for Soda and Lays chips, Reuters reported. Revenue in the Frito-Lay snacks division in North America grew by 4.5%, while the beverage unit rose 2.5%. More

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The EC report showed there was no evidence of discrimination on the East-West axis.   Major manufacturers are aligning their product with local regulation and consumer tastes.   More

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New eco trend - mineral water in canes (www.economic.bg)

A new environmental trend shifts traditional plastic bottles for mineral water, replacing them with aluminum cans. More and more big companies are betting on this idea. Pepsi plans to reduce plastic waste by replacement of plastic bottles with cans. Even for the water. More

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