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Barr gives Irn-Bru energy drink a nationwide roll-out
18 October, 2019

Irn-Bru has launched a nationwide roll-out for its energy drink Irn-Bru Energy, after a launch in Scotland earlier this year.

Frieslandcampina introduces cold coffee brand
04 October, 2019

Frieslandcampina, the Dutch dairy giant, has launched an on-the-go cold coffee drink, Barista Coffee Co, exclusively to the convenience and wholesale sectors.

CCEP redesigns Sprite bottles to make them easier to recycle
27 September, 2019

Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has unveiled a new ATL campaign to support the launch of its re-designed Sprite bottles that are easier to recycle.

Polar Krush introduces new fizzy frozen drink
27 September, 2019

Polar Krush, the UK-based iced drinks maker, has announced the launch of a new fizzy frozen brand.

Lucozade Ribena Suntory announces plastic plan
13 September, 2019

Lucozade Ribena Suntory, through its parent company Suntory Beverage and Food Europe (SBFE), has set out a plan to move to 100% sustainable plastic bottles within a decade, moving away from virgin plastic derived from fossil fuels.

Fanta gives the range a makeover to mark Halloween
04 September, 2019

A limited-edition blood orange flavour variant is being added to the Fanta portfolio this Halloween.

Diet Coke introduces limited-edition can designs
04 September, 2019

Coca-Cola European Partners has launched eight new limited-edition can designs for Diet Coke.

Savsé updates its HPP Protein Smoothie range
30 August, 2019

Cold pressed juices and smoothie brand Savsé, is updating its HPP protein smoothie range with the launch of a new product, Protein Passion.

Actimel launches range of Fruit & Veg Cultured Shots
14 August, 2019

Actimel has launched a new product range of Fruit & Veg Cultured Shots.

Highland Spring backs sparkling water with remarkabubble campaign
14 August, 2019

Highland Spring has unveiled its biggest ever investment in its sparkling water.

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