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  • FDA to review safety of chemical found in some soft drinks

    The Food and Drug Administration is reviewing the safety of caramel colorings used in a variety of foods, including colas and other dark soft drinks, to determine whether the agency should act to limit consumers' exposure to a chemical created during...
  • Parkland scrapes by with low-tech snow-removal device for buses

    Parkland scrapes by with low-tech snow-removal device for buses
    Q: I've seen publicity about a device used by the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Bethlehem to remove snow and ice from the roofs of the company's tractor-trailers to comply with state law, and more importantly, to help protect all motorists. I've suggested...
  • Report: Pepsi One contains higher levels of potential carcinogen

    Report: Pepsi One contains higher levels of potential carcinogen
    Caramel color is an additive that gives your bubbly soda that distinct amber hue. But some of the artificial coloring also contains a potentially carcinogenic chemical called 4-methylimidazole or 4-MeI. Although there are no federal limits on its use,...
  • Allen West stirs controversy over Coke's Super Bowl ad

    Allen West stirs controversy over Coke's Super Bowl ad
    Former Congressman Allen West, no stranger to controversy, plunged into fray over the Coca-Cola Super Bowl ad. He launched a fusillade of criticism of the spot and later said on Twitter that “we touched a nerve.” The ad in question, a 60-...
  • Is Madison Avenue Leaving America Behind?

    ABC's "Modern Family" is one of the most-loved programs on television. So why are advertisers sparking backlash when they try to adopt its storylines? Coca-Cola Co. and General Mills have vaguely similar businesses. One makes and distributes sodas,...
  • Coca-Cola Co. splits its North America business in two

    Coca-Cola Co. splits its North America business in two
    Coca-Cola Co. has announced that it will split its North America business into two units as it aims to return to a traditional franchising model. The Atlanta-based beverage giant also announced changes in its top leadership. The company said...
  • Age doesn't necessarily equate with quality or value

    Q: Any info on my vase marked, "Made in Japan"? It seems to be clay and is 11.5 in. tall. Note that the surface is not smooth. A: Our reader is on the money. The surface on a pottery vase seen in photos sent is pebbly. Imagine the skin on an avocado;...
  • Coca-Cola 'stuff' may have more fizz left than you think

    Q: A family member who collected Coca-Cola items for over 37 years passed away and left a collection of at least 50 boxes marked "Coca-Cola stuff." How do we go about selling everything? Can we sell everything at one price? Can we sell the items as they...
  • Double eagle crest not always badge of Russian origin

    Q: I bought this chest at an estate sale. After some research, I discovered that the emblems are Imperial Russian double eagles. I haven't been able to find any other information. Is the chest military? What era is it from? Is it rare? Any information...
  • Coca-Cola to cut costs by $1 billion

    Coca-Cola Co., faced with tepid demand and a drop in fourth-quarter earnings, said it was initiating a $1-billion cost-cutting campaign to improve profitability. The world's largest beverage company said Tuesday that profit fell 8.4% in the fourth...
  • Fox Expands Test of Ads, 'American Idol' Running Simultaneously

    Viewers of "American Idol" last night may have had to rub their eyes during certain moments in the program: Were those TV commercials running at the same time as segments from the program? In an expansion of an experiment begun last season, the 21st...
  • Academy Awards show advertising retains a golden aura

    Long relationships are rare in Hollywood — except when it comes to Oscar. During Sunday's telecast of the 86th Academy Awards, McDonald's Corp. is set to make its 23rd straight appearance in Hollywood's biggest night, and American Express Co. will...