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  1. Acceptable for use in food and beverage plants based on USDA guidelines.
  2. REBBL, Emeryville, Calif., announced a transition to 100 percent recycled and recyclable plastic bottles. The plant-based beverage brand’s new Green Packaging Initiative applies to all of its 12-ounce drinks.

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  4. As people tend to indulge on food and beverage options around the holidays, January tends to be a time where better-for-you solutions shine. This trend holds true for Beverage Industry’s Readers’ Choice: New Product of the Month poll.

  5. D.G. Yuengling & Son Inc., Pottsville, Pa., announced the launch of FLIGHT by Yuengling, a new upscale light beer that is designed to elevate the drinking experience for consumers who want more from their beer, the company says. Born from six generations of brewing expertise, FLIGHT by Yuengling is a 95-calorie light beer featuring 2.6 grams of carbohydrates and a 4.2 percent alcohol by volume.

  6. 101 Cider released its self-titled cold-pressed juice that was created for adults only.

  7. As we roll into 2020, here are some of the solutions to keep an eye out for to ensure that your operation is always moving forward smoothly and safely.
  8. The oven features an open belt loading zone, an insulated heat zone with recirculated airflow and an open belt unloading zone, the company says.
  9. Malibu, a brand of New York-based Pernod Ricard USA, is adding a splash to summer with its latest innovation. Malibu Splash is a sparkling ready-to-drink malt beverage that is available in four flavors: Strawberry, Lime, Passion Fruit and Pineapple.

  10. GOJAI, Ojai, Calif., announced the launch of its cornerstone line, GOJAI Organic. Launching at Natural Products Expo West, the new organic caffeinated sparkling waters are made from real fruit oils and organic unroasted coffee beans.  

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