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Business receives prestigious award in its fifth year of operation as an independent company
Coca-Cola Beverages Florida, LLC (Coke Florida) was named Supplier of the Year Class IV by the Florida State Minority Supplier Development Council. Coke Florida received the award at the Council’s recent 45th Annual Awards Gala held virtually. The Class IV award recognizes the certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) supplier of the year that has annual sales of more than $50 million and has demonstrated solid business performance, strong community involvement, and a commitment to supporting and expanding supplier diversity.
Troy Taylor, Coke Florida’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, commented, “I want to thank the Council for this wonderful award and for its tireless pursuit of opportunities for minority-owned businesses. I also want to thank The Walt Disney Company for nominating Coke Florida for this special award. We are excited and humbled to receive this award
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Sep 23, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
Functional Beverages Market serve as a nutritional drink for enhancing the digestive process and includes ingredients such as nootropics, minerals, herbs, minerals, raw vegetables or fruits, amino acids, and others. In 2019 April, the Coca Cola Company declared the launch of a low-calorie range of functional and flavored drinks called ‘Aquarius.’ This product guarantees to be composed of important minerals in combination with various flavors such as magnesium in lime flavor and zinc in lemon flavor.
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Such innovations are likely to bode well for the global functional beverage market, says Fortune Business Insights™ in their report titled, “Functional Beverage MarketSize, Share and Industry Analysis, By Type (Fortified Juice, Energy Drink, Sports Drink, Dairy-based Beverage, Ehanced Water, Others), By Distribution Channel (Supermarket/Hypermarket, Departmental Stores, Health Stores, Online Stores, Others), and Regional Forecast