The new look and line of flavors that Coca-Cola rolled out for Diet Coke was the most-clicked story among SmartBrief food and beverage readers this week. The ravamped cans and four new flavors are the biggest brand refresh in the line's nearly 36-year history. Dunkin' Donuts was the subject of this week's most popular restaurant story. The chain announced it would slim down the menu by doing away with afternoon sandwiches and other less-popular items. New products from General Mills, Campbell Soup's decision to end its Labels for Education program and Frito-Lay's release of a new Doritos flavor rounded out the top five.
Kroger's expansion of private-label lines was the most-clicked story in grocery retail news this week, followed by Whole Foods Markets' announcment that it would impose new rules on shelf space for local vendors.
Check out this week's full list of the 10 most-clicked food and beverage stories below:
- Diet Coke gets biggest brand refresh in the line's history
- Dunkin' to cut unpopular items from the menu
- Yoplait, Annie's products among General Mills' 32 new items
- Campbell Soup halts Labels for Education program
- Frito-Lay brings the heat with new Doritos Blaze
- Nestle aims to "live, work and breathe innovation," exec says
- Kroger kicks off expansion of private-label lines
- Whole Foods imposes new rules on shelf space
- Lactalis to acquire yogurt maker siggi's
- Dannon sees sales soar for Oikos Triple Zero line
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