The Soft Drinks Industry Levy is coming into force in the UK, and...
Matchaah has released a new range of carbonated matcha teas flavoured with fruit called SoMatchaah, which it claims is the first line of its kind in the US drinks market.
Public Health England has announced that between 2008 and 2016 the mean daily consumption of sugar-sweetened soft drinks fell by 15% for four- to ten-year-olds and by 11% for 11- to 18-year-olds, according to the National Diet and Nutrition Survey (NDNS).
Innocent Drinks has entered the dairy-free alternatives market with its new range of non-dairy milk products.
Cawston Press has announced it will use pressed fruit juice instead of sugar to sweeten its soft drinks in response to the upcoming implementation of the Soft Drinks Industry Levy (SDIL) in the UK in April.
US-based zero-calorie beverage producer Zevia has introduced a range of eight ready-to-drink organic tea flavours.
The changes are coming thick and fast for global drinks giant Coca-Cola. Having already reformed a key brand, cut pack sizes in preparation for the UK sugar tax and pledged to improve its recycling commitments, the company is now preparing for its first ever foray into the alcohol market. But don't expect any seismic shift in global strategy just yet.
WeedMD and Phivida Holdings have signed a letter of intent to form a joint venture company called Cannabis Beverages (CanBev), which will create cannabis-infused beverages.
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