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Mondelez-Master Blenders merger gets EU approval By DBR Staff Writer
DE Master Blenders 1753 BV (DEMB) and Mondelēz International have gained conditional approval from the European Commission to merge their coffee businesses, creating $7bn pure-play coffee company called Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE).
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San Miguel Corporation divests non-alcoholic beverage line By DBR Staff Writer
Philippines’ diversified conglomerate San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has divested its non-alcoholic beverage assets to the sister company San Miguel Brewery Inc. (SMB) for nearly P400 million.
Non-alcoholic > Hot Drinks > News DTS8 unveils new blend of coffee in Shanghai, China By DBR Staff Writer
DTS8 Coffee Company has unveiled a new blend of ‘American Roast’ coffee for sale in Shanghai, China.
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Mondelez International Turkey
Mondelez International Turkey is involved in the production and marketing of fruit powders and instant coffee. It operates as the subsidiary of Mondelez International, Inc.. The company is headquartered in Kocaeli, Turkey.
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Massimo Zanetti Beverage buys production, distribution network of Ceca S.A. in Costa Rica
By DBR Staff Writer
Italian coffee company Massimo Zanetti Beverage Group (MZB Group) has bought the production and distribution network of CECA S.A., a subsidiary of the German Neumann Kaffee Gruppe.
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Nestlé Spain invests €102m in energy efficient line for Nescafé soluble coffee
By DBR Staff Writer
Nestlé Spain plans to invest €102m on a new energy efficient line for Nescafé soluble coffee at its Girona facility in order to improve production capacity by 30%.
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Highlander Partners acquires juice maker Lemon-X
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based private investment firm Highlander Partners has acquired Lemon-X, a manufacturer and supplier of juices, juice blends, lemonades, teas and cocktail mixes.
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Israel's Strauss Group explores IPO for coffee subsidiary
By DBR Staff Writer
Strauss Group, an Israel-based food and drinks manufacturer, is exploring an initial public offering of its coffee unit on the US stock exchange.
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Mondelez to divest 50% stake in Japanese coffee JV
By DBR Staff Writer
Mondelez International has entered into an agreement to divest its 50% stake in Japanese coffee joint venture (JV) to partner Ajinomoto for ¥27bn ( $226m).
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Lavazza gets sole rights to consider acquisition of Carte Noire coffee business
By DBR Staff Writer
Italian coffee maker Luigi Lavazza has sole rights to consider the acquisition of Carte Noire coffee business from Mondelez International, as part of its contractual agreement with the latter.
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Keurig Green Mountain to buy back over 50% stake in Lavazza for $624m
By DBR Staff Writer
Keurig Green Mountain is planning to buy back more than 50% of Italian coffee maker Luigi Lavazza for around $624m.
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Ronnoco Coffee acquires US Roasterie
By DBR Staff Writer
Ronnoco Coffee, the portfolio company of Huron Capital Partners, has acquired US Roasterie, a private label manufacturer of coffee.
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Japan Tobacco set to exit drinks business
By DBR Staff Writer
Japan Tobacco (JT) is planning to pull out of its beverage business due to tough market market conditions. The company intends to stop production and sales of beverages by the end of September this year.
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