News briefs

November 1997
Beverage Industry;Nov97, Vol. 88 Issue 11, p11
Trade Publication
Presents an update on the beverage industry as of November 1997. Resignation of Brenda Barnes as president of Pepsi-Cola North America; Bankruptcy of Evansville Brewing Co.; Settlement of packaging dispute between Children's Beverage Co. and Kraft Foods; Syrup production facility of Coca-Cola USA in Pennsylvania.


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