In this issue: We look at refashioning cans, the iconic status of gin...
Consumers are more willing to experiment with conventional beverages, such as coffee, tea and bottled water, than they are with functional beverages such as energy or sports drinks.
Henry’s Hard Sparkling Water is introducing its products in slim cans in March next year to boost market growth.
Nestlé Waters North America has secured certification for its sites in Sacramento and Livermore in California, US.
Scotch Whisky Association has applied for geographical indication status in New Zealand, and PureCircle has indicated the use of stevia in food and beverages has increased significantly. Drinks-insight-network.com wraps up the key headlines from September 2017.
US-based Niagara Bottling has agreed to acquire First Quality Water and Beverage's bottled water business for an undisclosed sum.
CÎROC expanded flavoured vodka portfolio with CÎROC French Vanilla, and Coca-Cola Amatil added Sipsmith’s super-premium London Dry Gin to its spirits portfolio in Australia. Drinks-insight-network.com wraps up the key headlines from August, 2017.
In this issue: Flavour and format innovations and moderation and avoidance trends in the beverage industry, plus other insights from GlobalData
It is hard to believe that Innocent is coming of age this year. The brand that started from humble beginnings and was propelled to the big leagues when Coca-Cola acquired it in 2013 will turn 18 this year.
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