from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Combined or impregnated with carbonic acid.
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- adjective Containing
carbon dioxidegas under pressure, especially pertaining to beverages, as natural mineral wateror man-made drinks.
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- adjective having carbonation (especially artificially carbonated)
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Almost a year ago Cott said it had received a notice from Wal-Mart, its biggest customer, concerning a reduction in shelf space and merchandising support for Wal-Mart's private-label carbonated soft drinks in the U.S.
Cott said it has been notified by Wal-Mart of a reduction in the amount of space on store shelves and in merchandising programs that the huge retailer allots for its private-label carbonated soft drinks such as Sam's Choice, a brand that Cott makes for Wal-Mart.
The Toronto soft-drink maker confirmed that Wal-Mart Stores, its largest customer, would reduce its shelf space for private-label carbonated drinks, including Cott's Sam's Choice brand.
In February, news broke that Wal-Mart planned to reduce shelf space and merchandising support for private-label carbonated soft drinks in the U.S., including Cott's Sam's Choice.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., announced earlier this year that it was reducing shelf space and merchandising support for private-label carbonated soft drinks in the U.S., including Cott's Sam's Choice.
Out of interest, this historical page on Harrogate Spa explains that Bergonié treatment is electrostimulation of the muscles, Nauheim treatment bathing in carbonated water (in imitation of the natural waters at Bad Nauheim), and cataphoresis a technique claimed to carry therapeutic ions into the body via an electrified pad on the skin.
Share for private label carbonated soft drinks declined significantly in early April.
I agreed to sip on a pop (as we call carbonated beverages here in MN) anyway, if only to get the taste of the lake out of my mouth.
The deal combines the Cott, the largest private label carbonated soft drink company, with the top private label juice manufacturer in the United States, Cott said in a release.
Just imagine "if you call your carbonated beverage" pop "you are likely fat" … just joking because I am sure you could probably not draw such cause and effect, but it would be interesting.