It was labelled an "infringement" of choice, a lawyer for the US Beverage Association, and other critics told the hearing.
What does USB stand for?
USB stands for US Beverage (Stamford, CT)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A host of major private equity deals, including buyouts of US car manufacturer Chrysler and the US beverages business of Cadbury Schweppes, have been hit by the borrowing terms being demanded by lenders.
Cadbury Schweppes last month unveiled plans to split itself into two, separating its US beverages business from the rest of the company, which is best known for Dairy Milk chocolate, made in Birmingham, and Bassett's sweets.
The move by Cadbury will involve separating their US beverages business from the rest of the company, who produce chocolate such as Dairy Milk, as well as Bassett's sweets.
On a day when there were no losing stocks, Cadbury-Schweppes was again amongst the leading performers after announcing plans to separate its UK confectionery and US beverage businesses.
SALES of microbrewery beer in the United States jumped by 7% in 2004 compared to the previous year, making so-called 'craft' beer the fastest growing segment of the US beverage alcohol industry according to the Colorado-based Brewers Association.