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  1. Is Alain Ducasse right to encourage January drinking?

    Highly rated French chef Alain Ducasse has recently caused something of a stir by encouraging drinking in January via reduced…
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    17 Jan
  2. Clear cola – is it clearly different enough to sell well?

    Clear cola might be an interesting trend, but if its health benefits are not explored properly, it will have a…
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    17 Dec
  3. Wine waters – pouring in with the sober curious trend

    There is a fine line between indulgent and healthy, and wine waters seems to stand right on it. As this…
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    16 Dec
  4. Will health concerns weigh on demand for sugar-heavy Christmas drinks in the UK?

    Action on Sugar, a UK-based charity, has recently conducted a survey into the sugar content of festive beverages in a…
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    12 Dec
  5. Is Tiny Rebel promoting underage drinking with attractive packaging?

    The craft beer company Tiny Rebel has been under scrutiny this week in the UK with The Portman Group, the…
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    12 Dec
  6. Zero-sugar soft drink company looks to quench our taste for ethics, health and saving the sea turtle

    Low-calorie and low-sugar drinks are driving growth in the beverages market as consumers increasingly opt for healthier options, according to…
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    22 Nov
  7. Will Tovess help Amazon cash in on the UK’s love of gin?

    Online retailer Amazon has launched its first premium spirits offering for the UK market. Tovess Gin is advertised as a…
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    4 Nov
  8. Singapore leads globe with sugar-sweetened drinks advertising ban

    Singapore will be the first country in the world to ban advertising for all sugar-sweetened drinks. The ban was announced…
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    24 Oct
  9. Rum has the potential to overthrow gin as the new on-trend spirit

    As is the way with trends, they do not last forever. Gin has been the on-trend spirit, particularly in the…
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    17 Oct
  10. Hidden plastics in tea bags could shake consumer confidence

    Hidden plastics in tea bags mean that tea drinkers could be consuming billions of plastic micro particles every time they…
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    16 Oct
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