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Elliot Gardner

Elliot is a features writer covering food, drink and packaging. You can reach him at elliot.gardner@globaldata.com.

All articles by Elliot Gardner

  1. Raw deal: fresh unpasteurised milk sales means more money for farmers, but is it safe?

    Sales of raw milk in the UK are on the rise, with many dairy farmers turning to direct-to-consumer sales to…
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    29 Mar
  2. Brokering beer: simplifying the craft beer supplier-buyer relationship

    Craft beer has been experiencing a period of incredibly rapid growth over the last few years, and while some have…
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    8 Mar
  3. No strength: low-alcohol drinks marketing leading to over-consumption

    Experts from the University of Cambridge have found that in the UK low alcohol options are being marketed in a…
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    19 Feb
  4. #NotAlone: supporting mental health in the drinks industry

    One in four people will experience a mental health issue in the next 12 months. Around 5,140 people took their…
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    29 Jan
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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

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