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  • *India, Philippines, Indonesia consider tax on sugary drinks. *British lawmakers debate issue, follows sugar tax in Mexico. Scandinavian countries have had such taxes, with varying degrees of success, for many years, and in 2012, France and Hungary joined the list, followed by Mexico in 2014..

  • Coca-Cola Amatil: Not worried about Australia

    Alison Watkins, group managing director of Coca-Cola Amatil, explains why the company is comfortable with the profits in Australia, despite a 6.1 percent slide in the June-half.

  • MillerCoors taking the 'soft' out of soft drink

    MillerCoors, the country's second-largest brewer, launching hard sodas in early 2016.

  • Here's why this expert isn't a big fan of Coca-Cola

    A strong dollar and consumer preferences for healthier alternatives continue to weigh on Coca-Cola's revenue, says Gary Bradshaw, senior VP & portfolio manager at Hodges Capital Management.

  • Drinks firms should realign to tastes: Analyst

    Jonny Forsyth, global drinks analyst at Mintel, says it may be time for drinks companies like Diageo to realign their business models to meet emerging trends in developing markets.

  • Consumers ditching Diet Coke

    Diet Coke sales plunged in 6.6%. Does this spell more trouble for Coca-Cola shares? David Seaburg of Cowen & Co. and Craig Johnson of Piper Jaffray discuss with Brian Sullivan

  • Diet Coke

    The total volume of carbonated soft drinks sold slid 0.9 percent from 2013 to 2014, according to a report.

  • Festive drinks for your office party!

    Tonight is the most popular night for the Christmas office party. Dustin MacMillan, head of creative at Hix Restaurant Group, shows you how to make a straight up martini, made from cow's milk vodka; and a traditional boozy eggnog to get you in the festive mood.

  • Scarlett Johansson stars in a SodaStream Super Bowl ad.

    Shares of Sodastream rose as much as 12 percent after Calcalist identified PepsiCo, Dr Pepper or Starbucks as the potential investors in the firm.

  • A Coca-Cola employee distributes Coca-Cola soda bottles in Mexico City.

    Fans of "Mexican Coke" in the US need not worry about losing the cane sugar that sweetens their favorite drink.

  • US Core Market Still Under Pressure: SABMiller CEO

    Alan Clarke, CEO of SABMiller, comments on full-year earnings and says that most markets are growing except the U.S. core market which remains under pressure.

  • F&N Takeover: What Lies in Store

    Alan Lok, Director at Sabio Global says TCC will do a good job if they succeed in taking over F&N.

  • Average cost: $4.84Many stadiums offer unique foods, including fish tacos, crab cakes and smoked short ribs.Still, there’s no substitute for a good old fashioned hot dog. According to Team Marketing Report, that’s $4.84, or $19.36 for four.

    So what are the average costs for a family of four to see an NFL game up close and in person? Click to find out.

  • Soda

    Whether they think the mayor is combating obesity or infringing on their rights, New Yorkers are scheduled to have their say on a proposed ban on large sugary drinks served at restaurants, movie theaters and other eateries.

  • UFlavor

    uFlavor, which sells beverages in unique flavor combinations, is perfecting a web platform that allows users to customize drinks and sell them for a profit. What's your flavor?

  • Zico Coconut Water

    While some have called Coke's further investment in Zico the next step to making it the next great beverage, others say coconut water, which has been heavily marketed as nature's sports drink, might be at its peak today.

  • Cramer explains how stocks were able to close higher Wednesday.

  • Pepsico reports before the open Wednesday. Find out why Cramer has it on his buy list.

  • The "Mad Money" host lays out his "Game Plan."

  • Prime Kindgom Holdings: GM & Citi

    Soft drinks are set to sizzle this summer as temperatures rise, according to David Silver, an equity research analyst covering companies in the beverage sector with Wall Street Strategies, and John Faucher, a senior analyst at JP Morgan covering U.S. beverage stocks.