Industry News
U.S. — Under pressure from an American hedge fund manager, Nestlé is planning a buyback of its own shares worth nearly US $21 billion and reviewing further strategic moves. The New York Times reports. |READ MORE
Canada — A new study suggest that the six provinces that have banned junk food from their schools are seeing positive outcomes in children's health. National Post reports. |READ MORE
Canada — The loonie is turning 30. To honour its birthday, CBC News takes a look at what you can buy for a buck in 2017. |READ MORE
United Kingdom — Researchers in the United Kingdom are warning that more than half of Ethiopia's coffee production is in jeopardy. |READ MORE 
Waterloo, ON — Researchers at the University of Waterloo have developed a system for service vehicles that could reduce emissions and save companies and governments millions of dollars per year in fuel costs.
Ottawa — Health Canada may ban the marketing of unhealthy food to kids under the age of 17, reports CBC News. |READ MORE
Ontario, Canada — As of Aug. 1, companies that bottle and sell water in Ontario will pay more to take water, reports CBC News. |READ MORE
Russia — For some people in this technology-obsessed era, gaining attention on social media is the ultimate goal, writes Shivali Best.|READ MORE
Ottawa — Police have laid charges in a case connecting nearly 30 vending machine burglaries, reports CTV News. |READ MORE
Melville, NY –In January, Comax Flavors conducted its first coffee study with 500 U.S. respondents aged 18-70+. The study examined coffee preparation, consumption habits and preferences of women and men.
Portland, Ore. – Mobile payment company PayRange has been issued a U.S. patent for technology that sends machine events to a mobile device to notify users of the status of the transaction.
London, U.K. – Organizers for the U.K. Vending Industry Awards have announced shortlists for awards in all vending categories.
Ottawa – The Bank of Canada issued the Canada 150 bank note on June 1. Gov. Stephen S. Poloz and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance Ginette Petitpas Taylor marked the occasion by each spending a commemorative $10 at a downtown Ottawa business. 
Toronto – Swiss coffee equipment manufacturer Eversys Inc. has opened a North American division.
Ottawa – Police have laid charges in connection with a string of vending machine burglaries across Ottawa. CTV News reports. | READ MORE
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