Finnish researchers say that lactic acid bacteria strains derived from a 19th century beer found in a shipwreck could potentially be used to modify the structure, taste, healthiness and safety of foods and beverages.
Leading US analysts believe that major shareholders are pushing for a PepsiCo split that could happen sooner rather than later, and said the firm could spin-out or sell its Americas Beverages or American snacks businesses.
Drinking two to three cups of coffee a day may reduce the risk of dying by as much as 10%, according to a study from the National Cancer Institute that was published on-line in the May 16 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.
The representation received from the joint forum of Assam Tea Planters Association (ATPA), North Eastern Tea Association (NETA) and Bharatiya Cha Parishad (BCP) contains the appeal that tea should be declared India's national drink, as it is consumed by l
PepsiCo says it is ‘reviewing’ the Public Health Advocacy Institute’s letter to the US Federal Trade Commission, attacking the firm for claiming that Gatorade helped basketball star Michael Jordan win a key match whilst ill.
Slurpee Lite is the latest new product introduction from 7-Eleven, Inc. Sweetened with Splenda, the new beverage is part of the company’s focus on producing a new platform of reduced calorie, sugarless drinks.