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Zoom Cocktail Hour with Roger Madelin, head of Canada Water development at British Land

Retail Insider, in partnership with Novomind, held its latest Zoom Cocktail Hour with Roger Madelin, head of Canada Water development at British Land, who provided his thoughts and insights on how major property developments are changing. He recalled how working on the Brindley Place project in Birmingham in the early-90s – when he was a …

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High levels of arsenic found in US Whole Foods’ bottled water brand | US news

Bottled water manufactured by Whole Foods and sold in most of its US stores and on Amazon contains potentially harmful levels of arsenic, according to new tests by Consumer Reports (CR). CR recently tested dozens of bottled water brands and found that Starkey Spring Water, introduced by Whole Foods in 2015, had concerning levels of …

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Coca-Cola unveils AHA, its new caffeinated sparkling water brand

Coca-Cola on Thursday unveiled a new sparkling water line, its first new brand in more than a decade. The beverage giant will launch AHA on March 2 in the United States, with the potential to expand globally. The announcement comes as American consumption of soda continues to fall, forcing Coke and its rival PepsiCo to …

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Telegraph drops WH Smith water promo as pre-tax profits fall 94% | Media

The Daily Telegraph has stopped giving away bottles of water with copies of its newspaper at branches of WH Smith, as the company focuses on selling website subscriptions rather than shoring up sales of its print product. The decision, which ends the routine of Britons being offered a copy of the broadsheet when they buy …

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