Consumer Products Reporter, Dow Jones Newswires
Consumer products reporter for Dow Jones Newswires. I write about just about everything sold in supermarkets.
online.wsj.com — P&G is planning to add weeks to the amount of time it takes to pay its suppliers, a shift that could free up as much as $2 billion in cash for the consumer products giant but may come at the expense of the companies that supply P&G with materials or services.
online.wsj.com — Coca-Cola's first-quarter profit fell 15%, partly due to restructuring costs, though unit case volume edged up. The soft-drinks maker also announced a new partnership model in the U.S.
twitter.com — Want to be a soft drink bottler? Not quite. But Coke Kroger test allows creation of custom can multi-packs. pic.twitter.com/CTMh8MdQMY
blogs.wsj.com — With New York City's laws restricting the sale of large sugary drinks struck down by a court this week, the soda industry has scored a tactical victory in a longer regulatory war. And as that war heats up, analysts at Wells Fargo say Coke has found a winning strategy.
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