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January 22, 2013
07:10 EDTCAG, HNZ, INGR, KO, ADMU.S. consumption of high fructose corn syrup declines, Bloomberg reports
Consumption of high fructose corn syrup, used to sweeten products from Coca-Cola (KO) to H.J. Heinz (HNZ) ketchup and linked to obesity, is falling in the U.S. as health-conscious consumers drink less soda, reports Bloomberg. Reference Link
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May 27, 2015
16:00 EDTKOCoca-Cola releases statement on FIFA investigation
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10:58 EDTKOWhiteWave call activity attributed to takeover speculation
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06:11 EDTKOCoca-Cola expected to soon close Monster Beverage stake deal, WSJ reports
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May 26, 2015
07:07 EDTADMArcher Daniels receives inquiries about egg substitutes, Reuters reports
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May 25, 2015
19:41 EDTADMArcher Daniels shrinks sugar trading business, Reuters says
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12:41 EDTKOCoca-Cola, Speedway Motorsports extend partnership through 2020
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May 22, 2015
09:34 EDTKOCoca-Cola Bottling enters new distribution agreement with Monster Beverage
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May 21, 2015
12:41 EDTADMArcher Daniels announces expansion of Argentinian export facilities
Archer Daniels announced that it is investing in substantial improvements and expansions to its port facilities in Puerto San Martin in the Argentine state of Santa Fe, enhancing the company’s capability to export grain and other agricultural products from the region. The improvements, which will include the construction of a new berth for barge discharge and the addition of storage capacity, are expected to be complete by early 2016. The current export facilities in Puerto San Martin have an annual throughput of approximately 2M metric tons. The improvements will increase annual capacity by 25%, to 2.5M tons, allowing ADM to reduce its reliance on third-party facilities, which today are limiting the company’s ability to export increasing volumes from Paraguay.
12:33 EDTADMArcher Daniels can grow medium term earnings to $4.50, CEO Luciano says
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07:14 EDTADM, INGRBMO Capital to hold a conference
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May 20, 2015
12:01 EDTCAGConAgra announces resolution related to 2007 voluntary peanut butter recall
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10:57 EDTKOKeurig Green Mountain calls active
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10:38 EDTKORumor: Keurig Green Mountain active amid renewed Coke-Cola speculation
Shares of Keurig Green Mountain (GMCR) are active amid renewed speculation Coke-Cola (KO) will increase its stake in the company.
07:22 EDTKOCoca-Cola management to meet with SunTrust
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May 17, 2015
19:06 EDTADMArcher Daniels acquires Meiweiyuan Biotechnology
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May 15, 2015
11:47 EDTKOAnalysts mixed on Keurig after cold drink maker unveiling
Several research firms disagreed on the outlook for Keurig Green Mountain's (GMCR) upcoming at-home cold beverage maker, Keurig KOLD, after the company unveiled the product yesterday. SunTrust and Bernstein expressed major reservations about the product, while Susquehanna was more upbeat about the device and said the shares had reached a good entry point for investors. WHAT'S NEW: Keurig's management seemed to take a cautious view on the outlook for the device's sales, Bernstein analyst Ali Dibadj wrote. Additionally, the device and its pods "seemed a bit pricey" and large. However, the analyst, noting that the company hopes to eventually cut the price of the product to $200 from $300, called a potential $200 price point "more palatable for consumers." Furthermore, Dibadj says he has a hard time "fully understanding" the company's assertion that the device solves several problems. SunTrust analyst William Chappell, Jr. was impressed by the device's technology, but said he was concerned by the product's initial price and the investments that Keurig will have to make to launch the product. He kept a Neutral rating on the shares. BULLISH OUTLOOK:, Susquehanna analyst Pablo Zuanic said that most of the information on Kold was disappointing. The analyst said that he was disappointed by the device's high price and the fact that it will take a minute to make each drink. However, noting that SodaStream's (SODA) cold drink makers have penetrated 1.5% of U.S. households, the analyst says it is "not out of the question" that Kold can reach 3% household penetration in the U.S. by fiscal 2017-2018. If Kold does attain that milestone, Green Mountain's profits would double, the analyst stated. Zuanic remained upbeat on the company's long-term outlook and says that the stock is not currently reflecting any value for Kold. He believes that the stock has reached a good entry point, and kept a $140 price target and Positive rating on the shares. WHAT'S NOTABLE: Coca-Cola (KO) owns a 16% stake in Keurig Green Mountain. PRICE ACTION: In late morning trading, Keurig Green Mountain dropped 8.3% to $94.50, while SodaStream gained 2.5% to $22.25.
08:48 EDTKOKeurig Green Mountain Keurig Cold price points worrisome, says SunTrust
After attending Keurig Green Mountain's (GMCR) Keurig Kold launch event, SunTrust says it was impressed by the device's technology but concerned about its initial price points and near-term investments needed to launch the product. The firm keeps a Neutral rating on the stock. Coca-Cola (KO) owns a 16% stake in Keurig Green Mountain. SodaStream (SODA) develops and markets at-home cold beverage makers. :
08:05 EDTKOBernstein has reservations about Keurig Green Mountain's Keurig Kold
After attending Keurig Green Mountain's (GMCR) Keurig Kold launch event, Bernstein says that it has a hard time understanding the device's value proposition and sensed some caution from the company about how quickly the device's penetration will rise and be accretive to earnings. The firm says the device and pods seem a bit expensive, while the brewer and pods are large. The firm believes that the taste of the product's Diet Coke drink was off, although regular Coke and others were good. Coca-Cola (KO) owns a 16% stake in Keurig Green Mountain. SodaStream (SODA) develops and markets at-home cold beverage makers.

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