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What’s hitting the shelves? New product launches: June

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From New Zealand spring water to Canadian sparkling RTD tea, we take a look at some of the new products hitting the shelves around the globe. 

Residues of BPA are present in resins used to make protective coatings and linings for food and beverage cans.©iStock

EU expresses ‘high concern’ for hormone disrupting chemical Bisphenol A

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Bayn to extend sweetener reach in Norway with distribution deal

Real Stevia fields in Paraguay. © Matias Maluff

Sweden’s Real Stevia to bring sweetener back to its roots with Paraguayan plant

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Steviana Bioscience aims to make a splash at IFT with next generation stevia sweeteners

Stevia: the natural sweetener being used to help reduce sugar in beverages. Pic: iStock/zeleno

Consumer demand for natural & low calorie drinks continues to open opportunities for stevia

Seattle joins other cities such as San Francisco and Berkeley in voting to impose a soda tax. Pic:iStock

Seattle City Council passes soda tax

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Thailand expects cap on sugar content by 2018

The sampling activation will center around Oxford Circus tube station. Pic:iStock/tupungato

Lucozade bottles use contactless tech to give free tube journeys

Seattle is set to make a final vote on a 1.75-cent-per-ounce soda tax next Monday, according to the city council. ©iStock/ashleymatheny

Seattle soda tax moves to final vote after dropping diet soda from proposed plan

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