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Hawaiian Springs expands to U.S.

BY Anna Mcgrath

COSTA MESA, Calif. Hawaiian Springs LLC, an esteemed worldwide natural water brand, announced their expansion to the United States.

The natural artesian water comes from the Keau’au waters, deemed some of the purest waters in the world, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

“We believe Hawaiian Springs will be incredibly well received by discerning, health-conscious consumers throughout the U.S.,” said Rick Hadley, chairman and CEO of Hawaiian Springs. “While other processed waters can leach minerals and nutrients from the body, Hawaiian Springs natural water is filtered through 13 thousand feet of volcanic rock and is among the purest in the world.”

Hawaiian Springs water can be found at chief food retail stores including Whole Foods and Mother’s Market, and will soon be available at other stores throughout the United States.

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Shareholders re-elect Pepsi Bottling Group directors

BY Drug Store News Team

SOMERS, N.Y. The Pepsi Bottling Group announced that shareholders have re-elected 10 directors and approved Deloitte and Touche LLP as the company’s registered public accounting firm for fiscal year 2009 at Wednesday’s annual shareholders meeting.

The re-election further solidifies PBG’s rejection of a proposal made earlier this month by PepsiCo to buy out PBG.

PBG is the largest manufacturer, seller and distributor of Pepsi-Cola beverages. It is located in seven countries, and the company’s annual sales are of nearly $14 billion.

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Mailloux, Wright replace Dean Foods’ recent retirees

BY Drug Store News Team

DALLAS Dean Foods announced last week that Pete Schenkel and Lewis M. Collens have retired from the company’s board of directors. Wayne Mailloux and Doreen Wright have since been elected to the vacated positions.

Schenkel was elected to the board of directors in January 2000 and became vice chairman in January 2006. Fellow retiree Collens served on the board of directors of the former Dean Foods from 1991 to 2001.

Prior to being elected, Wright worked for Campbell Soup Co. as CIO. Mailloux is expected to be a key asset during the company’s expansion over the next three to five years.

“Both are highly regarded business leaders with demonstrated track records of success in leading strategic business transformations. Wayne’s background in sales and distribution and Doreen’s background in technology transformation will be particularly valuable to our continued growth,” said Gregg Engles, Dean Foods’ CEO and chairman of the board.

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