NEW YORK— The milk industry is fed up with all the sourness over dairy. Julia Kadison, CEO of Milk Processor Education Program, which represents milk companies, says the breaking point came last year when the British Medical Journal published a study suggesting drinking lots of milk could lead to earlier deaths and higher incidents of fractures.» Read More
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Caroline Levy, CLSA beverage and household products analyst shares her concern for Coca-Cola's defense of aspartame.
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"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer shares his strategies on playing Boston Beer, Molson Coors, Anheuser-Busch and Diageo.
"The Profit" airs tonight at 10p ET/PT. Host Marcus Lemonis offers his advice to small business owner Steve Hersh, GuS Soda founder and president.
Marc-Oliver Huhnholz, press officer at the German Brewers' Association, explains that brewers in Germany wish to amend the law on fracking to protect more water sources than currently included.
Christopher George's journey to find his hoppiness. Watch him leave the world of finance to find a sweet spot in the field of beer.
Ivan Menezes, Diageo CEO, explains why "North America is a real engine of growth" for premium brand spirits, and reveals his company's strategy to increase global shelf space.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the latest details on New York's soda ban.
The Mad Money host looks at whether a snack unit would have counter-balanced low volume growth at Coca-Cola. Does the PepsiCo business model, with their Frito-Lay unit, provide a better strategy for growth.
Coca-Cola is pointing to a soggy spring for disappointing earnings. Paul Walsh of The Weather Channel and CNBC's Steve Liesman weigh in.
Green Mountain's latest trademark is similar to Sodastream. CNBC's Herb Greenberg offers insight into Green Mountain's response.
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Julia Herz of the Brewers Association talks about growth in the craft beer industry. "It's about competition and diversity," she said, adding that there is room for more small brewers.
Monster Beverage is fighting two wrongful death suits. The company's paid medical consultant, Dr. Bob Arnot, provides its perspective.
A second wrongful death suit was filed against Monster Beverage. Kevin Goldberg of Goldberg Finnegan & Mester is suing the company for the deaths of a 14-year-old girl in Maryland and a 19-year-old man in California.
Colorado-based company OnTap says its flavor enhancer provides craft-beer taste without the extra cost.
Tennessee beer drinkers pay the most taxes on their beverages. CNBC's Brian Sullivan, offers insight.
Speculation that PepsiCo is in talks to buy Israel's SodaStream is "totally and completely untrue," PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi tells CNBC.
Squawk Box Europe anchors react to the news that the Spanish government has called an end of subsidized cocktails for its parliament members.