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Sri Lanka eases ban on Fonterra milk powder
By DBR Staff Writer
Sri Lanka has eased the temporary imposed on Fonterra's Anchor milk powder, after local tests showed it is safe for consumption and did not cause illness in children.
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Canada to modernize beer standards
By DBR Staff Writer
Pierre Lemieux, Parliamentary Secretary to Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and Member of Parliament for Glengarry-Prescott-Russell, today announced - at Beau's All Natural Brewing's annual Oktoberfest in Vankleek Hill, Ontario - that the Government of Canada is fulfilling its commitment made as part of Economic Action Plan 2014 to modernize Canada's beer standards.
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Sri Lanka suspends Fonterra milk powder sales over food poisoning
By DBR Staff Writer
Sri Lanka has temporarily halted the sale of Fonterra's Anchor milk powder after children in a village fell ill on consumption of the product.
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Soft drink makers pledge to cut calorie consumption by 20% in US
By DBR Staff Writer
Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Dr Pepper Snapple have agreed to work towards reducing calorie consumption by soft drink consumers in the US by 2025, in order for the country to tackle increasing rate of obesity and related diseases.
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Russia eases ban on Serbian dairy imports
By DBR Staff Writer
Russia has lifted ban on dairy imports from two Serbian companies, which were recently restricted for unspecified violation of regulations.
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Carlsberg says profits may decline over Russia tensions
By DBR Staff Writer
Danish brewer Carlsberg has announced that its annual profits may witness a slump as a result of decreasing consumption in eastern Europe.
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Russia to ban Kentucky Gentleman Bourbon imports
By DBR Staff Writer
Russia is considering a ban on the import of Sazerac’s Kentucky Gentleman Bourbon from the US, citing toxic chemical contamination.
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Russia bans imports of juice products from Ukraine
By DBR Staff Writer
Russia’s consumer protection agency Rospotrebnadzor has imposed a ban on Ukrainian juice product imports citing non-compliance of Customs Union technical regulations.
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UK Parliament to launch inquiry into EU’s Alcohol Strategy
By DBR Staff Writer
The House of Lords Home Affairs, Health and Education EU Sub-Committee in the UK is seeking contributions to its new inquiry into the EU’s Alcohol Strategy.
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New York establishes workgroup to ramp up growth in beer industry
By DBR Staff Writer
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has established a new NY Craft Brewer Workgroup, a move that will back the continued expansion in the state's craft beer sector.
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SurePure announces production of cider for craft brewing market
By DBR Staff Writer
SurePure, Inc., a global leader in liquid photopurification, has, in conjunction with a Cape Town, South African craft brewer, announced the successful application of the patented photopurification process to the production of cider.
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500ml cans of Tennent’s Super break alcohol responsibility rules
By DBR Staff Writer
The packaging of 500ml cans of Tennent’s Super, a 9% ABV beer produced by AB InBev UK, has been found to encourage immoderate consumption after a ruling by the Independent Complaints Panel (Panel).
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Pernod Ricard fails to meet alcohol marketing rules
By DBR Staff Writer
British trade body Portman Group has announced that French wines and spirits firm Pernod Ricard has failed to meet the alcohol marketing rules.
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UK alcohol industry backs government's challenge to handle alcohol-related harms
By DBR Staff Writer
British alcohol industry has welcomed the government’s challenge to take action to handle drink-related harms that cost £21bn annually.
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Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board alerts consumers to bottle safety issue with Indigenous Selections Prosecco Brut 2013
By DBR Staff Writer
Following several reports of full wine bottles spontaneously exploding in Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores, the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board is asking consumers to carefully dispose of Indigenous Selections Prosecco Brut 2013 (code 33283), 750 ml. Consumers should not return the bottle to the store but instead dispose of it as soon as possible.
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