Ekiti Election 2018: Olumilua Declares Support for Fayemi, Says Ekiti Needs Restoration of its Core Values

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One of the former gubernatorial aspirants on the platform of All Progressive Congress, (APC) in the forthcoming Ekiti elections, Aare Muyiwa Olumilua has declared his unflinching support for the standard bearer of the party in the election, the forme ...Powered by WPeMatico

GSK weighs selling Horlicks

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Global food and beverage giants are scrambling to outbid each other for GlaxoSmithKline’s Horlick health nutrition business amid a review announced by the UK-based company, including options to sell some nutrition brands such as Horlicks. Coca-Cola, Nestle and Kraft Heinz are said to be among the companies bidding for the 145 year old brand, with Coca-Cola said to be the front runner with a £3bn (US$4bn) offer. According to a report by Reuters in March, the most enticing asset up for sale is GSK’s 72.5% stake in its Indian subsidiary GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare. The sources said the stake was worth $3.1 billion at current market prices but GSK wanted a premium in any sale. GSK in March agreed to buyout Novartis’ 36.5% stake in a joint-venture partnership in its Consumer Healthcare

‘There is no fake Pepsi in circulation’ – Seven-Up Bottling Co.

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Seven-Up Bottling Company, the bottlers of Pepsi-Cola in Nigeria has denied there is a fake Pepsi in the market. The manufacturer which also bottles Mirinda and Mountain Dew soft drinks among others explained that the Pepsi-Cola in white caps which is what has been the source of concern to consumers is genuine and the same with the Pepsi packaged in blue caps. Speaking further, the firm revealed that economic hardship in the country compelled it to switch to white caps when the cap suppliers could not get imported materials to make blue caps. The white caps are used as a temporary measure until the manufacturer can supply the blue caps. Confirming the message, a spokesperson for the firm, Mr. Mike Nzeagwa, invalidated the stories of fake Pepsi. “There is no fake Pepsi in circulation. The d

‘There is no fake Pepsi in circulation’ – Seven-Up Bottling Co.

BUSINESS
Seven-Up Bottling Company, the bottlers of Pepsi-Cola in Nigeria has denied there is a fake Pepsi in the market. The manufacturer which also bottles Mirinda and Mountain Dew soft drinks among others explained that the Pepsi-Cola in white caps which is what has been the source of concern to consumers is genuine and the same with the Pepsi packaged in blue caps. Speaking further, the firm revealed that economic hardship in the country compelled it to switch to white caps when the cap suppliers could not get imported materials to make blue caps. The white caps are used as a temporary measure until the manufacturer can supply the blue caps. Confirming the message, a spokesperson for the firm, Mr. Mike Nzeagwa, invalidated the stories of fake Pepsi. “There is no fake Pepsi in circulation. The d