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All articles by Elliot Gardner

  1. Ketone esters: will the Silicon Valley fasting chemical make its way to the UK?

    Ketone esters, a chemically engineered drink that allows the body to achieve ketosis without you having to partake in a…
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    11 Jan
  2. How important are Diageo’s gender equality announcements for the drinks industry?

    We live in a fairer society than ever before, and yet for professional women, the majority of industries still present…
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    5 Dec
  3. Recycled refreshment: making use of the drinks industry’s waste

    Food waste is forever a hot topic, but statistics on the amount of waste generated by the drinks industry are…
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    27 Nov
  4. Blame it on the Bucky: does the UK need tighter caffeinated alcoholic drinks regulations?

    Buckfast Tonic Wine has humble origins, brewed by Benedictine monks at Buckfast Abbey in Devon, UK, and yet hundreds of…
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    22 Nov
  5. Pasteurisation doesn’t actually affect vitamin C levels in orange juice

    Orange juice is often in the limelight, frequently falling on both sides of the health debate. Some claim the sugar…
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    13 Nov
  6. Terroir terror: how bad weather affects wine quality and quantity

    France has been hit hard by Mother Nature this year. French winemakers and vintners are suffering from a three-pronged assault…
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    18 Oct
  7. Earwax and Dandelion sap: what does the world’s most bitter substance taste like?

    For many a pint of bitter ale, despite its name, isn’t actually anywhere near bitter enough for their taste. Chemical…
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    5 Oct
  8. Could self-serve ‘beer walls’ mean the end for the British Bar tender?

    The University of Reading in the UK has installed a new ‘beer wall’ from self-serve bar company Drink Command. The…
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    28 Sep
  9. Could Brexit and the Irish sugar tax lead to soft drink smuggling?

    In 2016, it was announced that the Republic of Ireland (RoI) would be subject to a levy on sugar sweetened…
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    7 Sep
  10. An update on Alcosynth, the product hoping to make alcohol obsolete

    In September 2016 a new brand of ‘synthetic alcohol’, called Alcosynth, was announced, and was touted by a variety of…
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    16 Aug

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