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  • sodas
  • Donald Duck sodas of the early 50s, licensed by General Beverages, Inc, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, were Double Cola's gateway into the flavor beverage field. (angelfire.com)
  • Pink sodas are no longer just for kids: artisanal beverage makers are producing vivid flavors and colors for the most discriminating palates. (thenibble.com)
  • Market
  • The market has a tidal wave of new drinks as beverage giants jostle outside of their comfort zones to embrace a wane in regular sugar drinks and an interest in more experimental flavors and combinations. (coolhunting.com)
  • Categories
  • Beyond soda, " a proliferation of beverages that don't fit within traditional drink categories is creating tough choices for retailers, confusion for shoppers and a challenge for manufacturers," Jennifer Maloney and Julie Jargon of the Wall Street Journal explain. (coolhunting.com)
  • manufacturers
  • As today's consumers seek out new, exciting beverages, manufacturers in the craft space are turning to cutting-edge ingredients to take their brands to the next level. (bevindustry.com)
  • short
  • Then I remembered an article about a successful, short, 175 foot Beverage for 40 meters used by a ham in KH0 to knock down the loud JA's so he could work the USA (Ham Radio, Jul 79, p.40. (angelfire.com)
  • however
  • I had written off the possibility of having Beverage antennas for the low bands, however, because the longest side of the yard is only 216 feet long. (angelfire.com)
  • Sales
  • Energy drinks, a product with the largest value sales among FF beverages, are not yet banned to youngsters in Poland although such measures have been discussed in the past and may be again in light of growing health concerns. (euromonitor.com)
  • work
  • Finally, I learned that it is a myth that it takes a big Beverage antenna farm to work lots of DX on the low bands- but it certainly does not hurt to have them! (angelfire.com)
  • For 80 and especially 160 meters, this 225 foot 'shorty Beverage' would work much better as a 'BOG' (Beverage on ground). (angelfire.com)
  • plans
  • I drew up plans for my 'trespass Beverage', which involved sneaking around after dark with 300+ foot lengths of wire to be laid across neighbor's yards. (angelfire.com)