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Where have all the coconuts gone?

Jun 27, 2011
Thailand's recent drought and unusually heavy flooding could dry up the latest trendy drink taking the U.S. by storm: coconut water.
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Planters gets back into the peanut butter business

Jun 23, 2011
Planters, personified by its mascot Mr. Peanut, hasn't sold peanut butter in the U.S. for several decades. But now, Planters parent company Kraft Foods is re-entering the peanut butter market.
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Tang sales skyrocket to $1 billion annually

Jun 17, 2011
The astronaut-approved orange drink now comes in a variety of local flavors for overseas markets. It's one reason sales have doubled in the past four years.
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Pepsi NEXT targets the mildly health conscious

Jun 14, 2011
In the ongoing battle to please both calorie-conscious and sweet-toothed consumers, Pepsi is preparing to launch a mid-calorie beverage called 'Pepsi NEXT.'
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McDonald's apologizes for the quality of its coffee

Jun 6, 2011
The Australian branch of the fast food giant has conceded that its coffee is not up to scratch, and has announced plans for better blends and barista training to improve the standard of its brew.
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Food pyramid out -- plates in

Jun 2, 2011
USDA will reveal new nutrition and food guidelines today -- alongside a simpler icon for American consumers.
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Subway adds avocado to sandwich menu

May 30, 2011
The national fast-food chain freshens up its foot-longs with avocado spread in a move to raise prices and "fresh" profile.
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PepsiCo aims to chip away at sodium content with Crystal Salt

May 30, 2011
The company that makes Lay's Potato Chips says it has developed a low-sodium chip that doesn't taste any less salty.
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Tyson Foods bets on dark meat chicken

May 25, 2011
Chicken legs and thighs are piling up in warehouses as China and Russia buy less. So Tyson will sell more dark meat in smoked sausage and pizza toppings to Americans.
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Eating the whole hog

May 19, 2011
Boutique butchers are booming as chefs and home cooks look to eat all the parts of the animal -- from nose to tail.
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