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South Korean company Dongsuh exports bottled Starbucks to Taiwan

SEOUL, South Korea – Dongsuh Foods said Monday it began to export three types of bottled Starbucks Frappuccino ─ Coffee, Mocha and Caramel ─ to Taiwan this month. The local food firm signed a license agreement with Starbucks Coffee Company in 2005 to produce and market the U.S. coffee chain's ready-to-drink (RTD) beverage ...

Why RTD coffee is gaining popularity

Coffee lovers in the United States are boosting ready-to-drink coffee volumes...

Nestlé India launches Nescafé Ready-to-Drink

Continuing with the theme of clutter breaking innovations, Nestlé India has recently launched Nescafé Ready-to-Drink. Thes...
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Lavazza and PepsiCo form new strategic partnership for rtd coffee products

MILAN — Lavazza and PepsiCo have formed a new strategic partnership to launch a ready-to-drink (RTD) iced coffee in the UK...

Coca-Cola and Costa Coffee launch Costa Coffee ready-to-drink

LONDON, UK — The Coca-Cola Company and Costa Coffee have today unveiled Costa Coffee Ready-to-Drink (RTD), a new chilled, ...

Starbucks and PepsiCo to accelerate growth within Latin America’s US$4 billion ready-to-drink coffee and energy beverage...

Starbucks and PepsiCo, Inc. yesterday announced they have entered into an agreement for the marketing, sale and distributi...

Georgia Gotica leads South Korea’s canned coffee market

Coca-Cola has been leading a new market for the company here, for premium canned coffee, with its brand Georgia Gotica. ...

Suntory Beverage announces launch of ready-to-drink Boss Coffee in the US

NEW YORK— Suntory Beverage & Food North America LLC announces the US launch of BOSS Coffee, its ready-to-drink (RTD) f...

Boncafé to take part in Anuga 2015

Boncafé’s will take part in the Anuga Exhibition in Cologne, Germany. The company will be featuring specifically its Ready...

Starbucks releases ready-to-drink milk tea products in China for first time

BEIJING, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA – While tea is embedded in Chinese culture, coffee giant Starbucks has recently introduced two new tea-based bottled frappuccinos in China for the first time – Starbucks black tea bottled frappuccino and Starbucks matcha bottled frappuccino in its ready-to-drink category.