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The drinks company has followed the likes of Ribena into the ice cream market

MP calls for new law to cut sugar in soft drinks

Soft drinks manufacturers would be forced to reduce their sugar content under a parliamentary move to prevent more children and adults developing the life-shortening disease diabetes.

MPs call for new rules to reduce sugar in soft drinks

Soft drinks manufacturers would be forced to reduce their sugar content under a parliamentary move to prevent more children and adults developing the life-shortening disease diabetes.

Coca-Cola has kept its recipe a closely guarded secret for 125 years. It is thought to be known to only two people, who can’t fly together in case the plane crashes

Coke reveals its secret: It may need to carry a cancer warning

Drinks firm forced to change recipe in California after ingredient classed as health hazard

Killer bees and vintage bonnets

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Dereck Chisora and David Haye square up before fighting breaks out

David Haye claims he was acting in self defence in Dereck Chisora brawl

David Haye insists he was acting in self-defence during last weekend's shocking brawl with Dereck Chisora.

Pepsi to axe jobs in new war on Coca-Cola

Pepsi has promised to take the fight to its arch-rival Coca-Cola, with an extra $600m (£378m) marketing and advertising blitz.

Cocal-Cola said its Glaceau water range used fruit juice; just three of eight flavours 'contain any form of fruit'

The real thing? Coca-Cola water rebuked for its health claims

Food giant's line of 'enhanced water' falls foul of critics at Children's Food Campaign

Energy drinks: simply fuel – or a flavour sensation?

The potent pick-me-ups are now worth £1bn and young people can't seem to get enough

London-born actress to star in new Disney film 'Lemonade Mouth'

The London-born starlet Naomi Scott, 18, is the star of the new Disney Channel Original Movie Lemonade Mouth, about a high school band, which airs in the UK next month. The music-driven film, which is a cross between High School Musical and The Breakfast Club, is already a hit in America, along with it's soundtrack, ever since it premiered in April.

Chocolate Wars, By Deborah Cadbury

Coming from a branch of the Quaker chocolate family, Cadbury tells the story of capitalists who held that "wealth creation for personal gain only would have been offensive".

Merger rules are toughened

The takeover Panel has adopted tougher merger rules, tipping the balance of power back towards acquisition targets.

Britvic hit by weak demand

Britvic, the maker of Robinsons and Tango soft drinks, reported weaker sales yesterday after the washout start to the summer depressed demand.

Cadbury apologises over Naomi Campbell advert

Chocolate maker Cadbury has apologised after one of its adverts "caused upset" to supermodel Naomi Campbell.

Energy drinks make children fat, not fit, says study

Parents are are making their children fat and ruining their teeth by buying them sports or energy drinks and should give them water instead, doctors have warned.

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