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beverage

A drink; an imbibable liquid.
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Sonia Caprio, a professor of pediatric endocrinology at Yale University, confirms that consumption of high-caloric beverages leads to higher rates of obesity.
For example, producing aluminum from recycled used beverage containers takes only 5 percent of the energy required to produce aluminum from virgin material.
The credit was intended to reduce the restaurant or beverage establishments' cost of doing business by reducing a portion of their payroll tax liability.
Additionally, Beverage Concepts will be promoting the drink throughout the U.
CARPE DIEM beverages are targeted towards consumers who take everyday steps towards their wellbeing and want to combine unique taste with the addition of healthier nutrients.
XStream Beverage first acquired the assets of XStream Beverage Network of Maryland, Inc.
Wine purchases have outpaced growth in all other categories of adult beverage consumption, with 22 percent of consumers indicating that they are buying more wine than they did a year ago.
IRI), the leading global provider of enterprise market information solutions for the consumer packaged goods (CPG), retail and healthcare industries, today announced that recognized beverage alcohol expert David "Bump" Williams will rejoin the company as executive vice president and general manager of the company's Beer, Wine and Spirits and Wall Street practices in North America.