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Bottle

A British slang term for either 2 pounds or 200 pounds. The term derives from "bottle of glue," which rhymes with two. It is an example of Cockney rhyming slang.
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Consistent with previous transactions, The Coca-Cola Company and these bottlers will work collaboratively to benefit from more rational and contiguous operating territories across the United States; an improved, more integrated information technology platform across bottlers; and a new beverage agreement that supports the Coca-Cola systems evolving U.
Some analysts wonder how the food and beverage giant can make sweeping changes, given that one-fifth of its drinks volume remains in the hands of about 100 small, independent bottlers.
Promotion types from Figure 2 were manually coded in accord with CMA terms and conditions and insights from the helpful local bottler.
that it had a more efficient way to deliver its Powerade sports drink, independent Coca-Cola bottlers scoffed.
In a suit that has implications broader than just the fate of an obscure energy drink, Coca-Cola Enterprises is being sued by 50 of its bottlers for a plan in which the company's PowerAde drink is delivered direct to Wal-Mart stores.
You could sell your water for half of what the other bottler down the road is charging and still make a bundle.
The two companies said they are planning to call for bottlers in neighboring areas such as Chukyo Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
However, the bottler is violating its agreement by selling Dr Pepper beyond its territory via its website, a toll-free telephone number and to retailers and restaurants in areas licensed to other Dr Pepper bottlers.
We have had a deep and mutually beneficial relationship with our bottlers for more than 100 years.
Water has been commoditized, and the standards dumbed down to benefit large bottlers," says Johnson.
7UP bottlers face an unpleasant reality: The Uncola isn't regaining its fizz.
Additionally, bottler disputes over territory, as in the case of POWERade distribution, have made experiments with warehouse distribution untenable.