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San Francisco's Law Targeting Sugary Sodas May Mean Trouble for Starbucks
As the city contemplates a law that will require warnings on soda advertising, the Frappuccino comes under fire.
Powdered Alcohol Gets the OK From Federal Regulators, Faces Resistance from States
Get ready for an unconventional way to get drunk this summer.
Starbucks Turns to Coconuts as Non-Dairy Demand Soars
The company's coffee shops in the U.S. will begin offering coconut milk later this month.
With 'Fairlife,' Coca-Cola Is Getting Into the Premium Milk Business
The soda giant is betting squarely on its new milk product, which contains 50 percent more protein and 50 percent less sugar than normal milk -- at twice the price.
Bottom's Up: How a Kombucha Bar Took Root in Virginia
A small-batch brewer rethinks the probiotic favorite.
The Best Whiskey in the World No Longer Hails From Scotland
In fact, not a single Scotch whiskey even managed to crack the top five on a much-revered annual compilation.
With Soda Sales Down Anyway, Coke and Pepsi Vow to Promote Healthier Drinks
At the Clinton Global Initiative, Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Dr Pepper pledged to cut beverage calories by one-fifth in the next decade.
Who Should Be Named Our 'Established Entrepreneur of 2014?' Cast Your Vote.
Our five finalists have made their mark in the worlds of gift cards, payment processing, food delivery, music packaging and chai tea.