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Seattle, WA – The first Amazon Go grocery and convenience store opened to the public Monday in Seattle. The store allows customers with an Amazon account and the Amazon Go app to bypass the checkout line. GeekWire reports. | READ MORE
Atlanta, GA – The Coca-Cola Company announced its goal to help collect and recycle the equivalent of 100 per cent of its packaging by 2030.
Paris – A company in Paris, France, has developed a vending machine that serves workers hot, fresh meals prepared by local chefs. PSFK reports. | READ MORE
Phoenix, AZ – Dispension Industries will be the exclusive Canadian distributor for cannabis company American Green's AGM machine for verified vending.
Toronto – Intrepid Travel is challenging shoppers to spend their money on “experiences, not things,” as it launches its Vacation Vending Machine in Toronto’s busiest shopping mall today. TravelWeek reports. | READ MORE
Toronto – Energy drinks have been thoroughly tested and are considered safe by the world’s leading health authorities, the Canadian Beverage Association said in response to the release of Canadian survey results citing adverse effects of caffeinated energy drinks among youth and young adults.
Atlanta, GA – Diet Coke has redesigned its cans and introduced new flavours in an effort to appeal to a younger generation of drinkers and halt declining sales. CNBC reports. | READ MORE
Mountain View, CA – Google is combining its payment platforms, including Android Pay and Google Wallet, together under the single brand Google Pay.
Toronto and Tampa, FL – Cott Corporation has encountered a regulatory issue with the announced sale of its traditional beverage manufacturing business to Refresco for USD $1.25 billion, the company said in a news release.
Toronto – Second Cup Coffee Co. today committed to eliminate artificial colours and flavours, preservatives, and high-fructose corn syrup from all beverages on its menu.
Amsterdam, Netherlands – When people encounter stimuli they have learned to associate with certain snacks, they tend to choose those products, even when they know these are unhealthy, according to research carried out by psychologists from the University of Amsterdam.
Toronto – The Tea and Herbal Association of Canada is offering a slate of classes focused on tea online and at several community colleges.
Zaandam, Netherlands – Beginning this month, Dutch supermarket brand Albert Heijn is testing "tap to go" technology at one of its convenience stores, allowing customers to pay for items without going through the checkout.
Toronto – GreenSpace Brands Inc. will acquire Galaxy Nutritional Foods Inc., owner of the Go Veggie brand of alternative cheese products.
Hicksville, NY – Long Island Iced Tea Corp. is changing its name to Long Blockchain Corp., as it wants to focus more on blockchain technology. CBC News reports. | READ MORE
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