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Doodles Targets Crowdcube to Bring Healthy Sparkle to Kids Soft Drinks

New sparkling soft drinks kids brand Doodles in their unique “colour me cans” are opening their first round of funding with Crowdcube on 13th April as the …

Azelis Enters New Distribution Agreement With Merck for Vietnam

Azelis, a leading distributor of specialty chemicals and food ingredients, is proud to announce its new distribution agreement with Merck. Effective on April …

Barefoot Wine Donates $100,000 to Help Fight COVID-19 Consequences

At Barefoot, we’re grateful for restaurant workers because we share their passion for food, service and friendship. To help restaurant employees weather …

Pernod Ricard USA Produces Hand Sanitizer to Help U.S. Combat COVID-19 Virus

A premium wine & spirits leader Pernod Ricard USA answered the Trump Administration’s call to action announcing that it will produce and donate hand …

Luxe Pack New York Postpones To July 8th & 9th

The LUXE PACK organization team has been actively monitoring the ongoing developments related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and recent reports from public …

WineBid Announces Strong 2019 Transition Year

WineBid, the leading global online auction for fine and vintage wine, announced approximately $29 million in revenue for the year-end. The top 10 most valuable …

Cann Social Tonics Raises $5M In Funding

Cann, the first cannabis-infused social tonic, announced today the close of a $5M seed funding round, co-led by Imaginary and JM10 Partners, to accelerate the …

JUSU Companies Expand with the Acquisition of Westbloom

Jusu Bars Inc. (“Jusu”) one of Canada’s leading health, wellness and lifestyle companies, announced today of its recent acquisition of …

Califia Farms Completes Landmark $225 Million Financing

Califia Farms, a leading independently owned plant-based food and beverage company founded by natural product visionary Greg Steltenpohl, announces it has …

Consumers Want Bottled Water To Be Available Wherever Drinks Are Sold

More than 9 in 10 Americans (91 percent) say bottled water should be available wherever other drinks are sold, according to a new national survey of more than …