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Woolies and Domino's deal double blow to CCA

Woolies and Domino

Coca-Cola Amatil has been hit with a double blow this morning, as it's revealed Woolworths is refusing to stock its new Coca-Cola No Sugar, and Domino’s, the nation’s largest pizza retailer, has decided to switch its allegiance to rival Pepsi.   New brand Coca-Cola No Sugar was supposed to gradually replace Coke Zero, but Woolworths has given the proposal the thumbs down.   Due to the similar ...

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Australian Bitters Co. to Bring Out NYC Mocktail Master for Dry July

Australian Bitters Co. to Bring Out NYC Mocktail Master for Dry July

Every July, thousands of Australians take up the challenge to ‘go dry’ and give up alcohol to support those affected by cancer. This year, Australian Bitters Co. will be backing those Aussie legends by enlisting the help of New York City’s mocktail master, Andrew Atwell. Atwell will be working with the premium herbal bitters range to create and share a series of 31 signature Australian Bitters Co. moc...

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Pepsi Max Vanilla Launches in Australia

Pepsi Max Vanilla Launches in Australia

The newest addition to the Pepsi Max range, Pepsi Max Vanilla is now available to retailers nationwide and adds a smooth burst of vanilla to the original flavour. Vanilla is a popular flavour with consumers and follows the similar and successful variation, Pepsi Max Lime, which launched in 2016. The product is available in both a 375ml can, 600ml and 1.25L bottle, making it convenient and easier to ...

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Coca-Cola Auctions Off Iconic Kings Cross Sign

Coca-Cola Auctions Off Iconic Kings Cross Sign

Letters of the iconic Coca-Cola sign in Kings Cross, Sydney have been sold to members of the public in a bid to raise money for the homeless. A total of $100,700 was raised over five days, helping fund projects run by the Wayside Chapel. The Wayside Chapel is a charity that supports people on and around the streets of Kings Cross through programs such as a youth outreach service and community cafes in Kin...

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