220 Viceroy Rd
Concord, ON, L4K 3C2 Canada
Clearly Canadian Beverage (CCB) hopes the alternative-beverage market doesn't get waterlogged. Despite being among the first to tap into the non-carbonated beverage craze, the company has seen disappointing sales for its products even as the market for bottled water has grown. CCB's beverage offering includes flavored sparkling waters, non-carbonated enhanced waters, and energy drinks distributed in the US, Canada, and overseas. The company also serves up snacks through DMR Food Corp. (organic snack foods) and organic baby foods and juices (My Organic Baby). Following several years of falling sales, struggling CCB filed for bankruptcy protection in 2010 and ceased to be a public company.
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