Non-Alcoholic Beverage Manufacturing

  • Blogs

    April 24, 2013

    Coca-Cola to Face Criticism for Food Stamp Lobbying

    Ready for a shocker? American taxpayers subsidize the purchase of approximately $4 billion worth of soda products annually through SNAP, the supplemental nutritional aid program also known as food stamps. Federal, state, and local governments have all tried to prohibit the purchase of sodas and ... More >>

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    November 9, 2011

    Alaska Coffee Roasting Co. Migrates to North Miami

    ​Courtesy of Alaska Coffee Roasting Co.Michael Gesser​Fairbanks, Alaska. Miami, Florida. These two extremes now have something in common: "A coffee shop that walks the walk instead of talking the talk," comments owner Michael Gesser of Alaska Coffee Roasting Co. (13130 Biscayne Blvd., North Miam ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 18, 2011

    Bustelo, Pilon, Adios! Kiss Miami Coffee Good-Bye!

    ​For years, Miami has had a stranglehold on America. Sure, they had their crappy Starbucks and  fancy, yuppy coffee roasters. But we had cafe Cubano, cafe con leche, cortaditos, la gasolina de la tarde.....But now J.M. Smucker has bought the local -- actually historically Cuban -- brand that ... More >>

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    November 25, 2010
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    June 25, 2009
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    January 16, 2007

    Have a Coke and a Trial

    U.S. District Judge Jose E. Martinez has a bad habit of not disclosing apparent conflicts of interests. First came that business on February 28, 2005, when Martinez failed to mention he was a Eucharistic minister, a spiritual leader who serves communion during Catholic mass, when he overturned a ver ... More >>

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    October 12, 2006
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    July 6, 2006
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    May 21, 1998

    Pop Quiz

    What did your kids learn in school today? To drink Coke.

  • News

    March 13, 1997

    Beaten to a Pulp

    Ironbeer entrepreneur Pedro Blanco thought he had a fruitful contract to can Tropicana juice. Now all he's got is a bankrupt business.