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Revlon targets women 50 and older...

part of a turnaround effort, the New York cosmetic company has launched Vital Radiance, makeup for older women.
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Spring cleaning is poison season in Israel...

report says parents start to clean with dangerous products just as kids come home for vacation.
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Foreign competitors brand bakery in China...

international bakery companies are winning Chinese bakery market by catering to local preferences, creating lifestyle elements that allow customers to feel good about themselves.
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India mandates bilingual pharmaceutical packaging...

bilingual labeling system for pharmaceutical drugs started April 1st.
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"Critter craze" selling more wine in U.S....

be it monkey, fish or kangaroo, animals give brands a leg up in the super-competitive wine market, says ACNielsen.
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Ukraine's state-of-the-art meat processing and packaging plant...

a result of a joint effort by Myronivsky Hliboproduct and the Netherland-headquartered CFS.
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European packagers call for crackdown on anti-competitive laws...

the European Organisation for Packaging and the Environment has called on the European Commission for better enforcement of the bloc's laws.
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Barbados' Banks Beer...

now comes in PET bottles as well as traditional glass. Meant to "compliment not compete" with original packaging. Offers a safer way to serve Banks at special events such as cricket matches and reggae on the hill.Source: Barbados Advocate.com
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U.K. food and beverage companies call on packaging suppliers to innovate...

survey respondents plan to introduce new products or expand overseas, but say packaging industry too complacent.
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Peruvian upstart cola-maker Ajegroup takes on Coke and Pepsi in Mexico...

has grabbed 5 percent of Mexico's soft-drink trade, a market Snapdata International estimates at $6.5 billion, forcing Coke and PepsiCo Inc. to lower prices. A 3.3-liter container of Big Cola brand sells for as little as 86 cents. "Half the population of Mexico is poor," Ajegroup spokesman Alfredo Paredes said. "For us, that was an opportunity."Source: SFGate.com

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