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Coca-Cola digs into coffee With $5.1 Billion Costa purchase

By Bloomberg
31 August 2018   |   1:50 pm
Coca-Cola Co. agreed to buy the U.K. chain Costa Coffee for 3.9 billion pounds ($5.1 billion), stepping into a battle with Starbucks Corp. as it gains a global brand in hot drinks.

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