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Phillipine Dairy to launch new products/packaging to help consumers afford them...

Magnolia, a subsidiary of San Miguel Group is launching affordable new brands and repackaging its products to help consumers cope with higher costs. Cost of raw materials has squeezed profits, but company pledges to focus on developing products and new packaging to suit consumers' budget and lifestyle. Source: tmcnet.com
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New FDA labeling law...

difficult and costly.
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New Zealand recycler refuses to take Tetra Pak...

milk cartons saying it is not economically feasible to process the milk bottle alternative.
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In U. S., Del Monte invests in cats not kids...

Del Monte to acquire Meow Mix at the same time selling off private label soup and infant feeding businesses to TreeHouse Foods, Inc.
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New Orleans offers "Turn On," new love drink from Europe...

a unique premium adult beverage from Europe, promises to assist men and women in becoming more sexually aroused and is now available in New Orleans.
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Kraft invests $100 million to help keep Russians awake...

will build a new plant near St. Petersburg to satisfy Russia's growing taste for instant coffee.
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U.K. supermarket group Sainsbury wants healthy kids...

first retailer to provide Guideline Daily Amounts for children aged 5 to 10 years on its food packaging.
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New York Times reports new condom package...

a spokeswoman for the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, explained that the effort was more about packaging than branding, providing the department with a better way to measure the effectiveness of its free condom distribution.
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All the tea in China coming from Japan....

Japan's Kirin Beverage Corporation has revamped the contents and packaging for its Namacha green tea drinks sold in China as part of efforts to tap into the growing urban market.
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Del Monte moves into Asia through Thailand...

US based fruit and vegetable giant has picked Thailand as its production base for selling into the Asian market thanks, in part, to the country's abundance of fruit and vegetables grown year 'round.

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