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Monster warns US launch of Coke Energy will squeeze its shelf space and distract its bottlers

"The coolers aren't rubber. They can't expand," Monster Beverage CEO Rodney Sacks told analysts this week.

Half of all hawker stalls in Singapore now offer healthier choices, MOH says

The number of healthier meals sold has increased from 25 million meals in 2016 to 180 million in 2018, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said. 

Singapore is the first country to ban advertisements for high-sugar drinks – here’s what will happen

Drinks with medium-to-high sugar content will have to carry compulsory "unhealthy" labels.

Almost 3 in 5 Singaporeans would support a total ban on high-sugar drinks: Survey

How far would you be willing to go to protect your health? Many Singaporeans don't mind a sugar ban.

MOH wants public consultation on whether Singapore should ban or tax high-sugar drinks

High sugar intake of people in Singapore is a major factor for obesity and diabetes.

‘Soda,’ ‘pop,’ or ‘coke’: More than 400,000 Americans weighed in, and a map of their answers is exactly what you&#...

Americans have different words for soft drink depending on which region of the United States they're from. The three most popular terms are soda, pop, and coke, according to data collected by the site Pop Vs. Soda.
Bottles of Coca-Cola are seen at a Carrefour Hypermarket store in Montreuil, near Paris

Coca-Cola is launching its first ever alcoholic drink

The company plans to launch a version of the Japanese low alcohol beverage Chu-Hi, which is a mixture of carbonated water, the spirit shōchū, and flavouring.

Here’s how much sugar is crammed into the bestselling drinks in America

A taste of something sweet never hurt anyone, but we may be gulping down more sugar than we realize.