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All articles by GlobalData Consumer

  1. After years of plummeting sales, squash is back in vogue in the UK

    For the first time since 2011, UK Squash and Syrups consumption has reported growth. GlobalData’s Q4-2018 Quarterly Beverage Forecast reported…
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    1 Mar
  2. Beverages need to fit in with consumers busy lifestyles

    In 2018 Dunkin’ Donuts’ shed its last name to be known just as Dunkin’. The decision to drop ‘donuts’ from…
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    26 Feb
  3. Yerba mate is poised to take on European health drink sector

    Yerba mate has the potential to become the next big health drink in Europe over the next five years. With…
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    26 Feb
  4. Coca-Cola European Partners unveils €500 million investment for 2019

    Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP), said it plans to invest €500 million (£430 million) in 2019. CCEP said its investment will…
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    26 Feb
  5. Brewery-tied British pub faces existential crisis

    It has not been easy for pubs in recent years, business rates, beer duty and VAT have gone up, disposable…
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    25 Feb
  6. Asia-Pacific continues to remain the largest market for hot drinks worldwide

    The Asia-Pacific hot drinks sector is the largest in the world and set to grow at fastest CAGR during 2017–2022…
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    25 Feb
  7. Energy drinks marketing faces tough times ahead

    With yet another energy drink promotional campaign being taken down over health concerns, energy drink marketing teams are going to…
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    18 Feb
  8. Soft drinks producers level up with esports sponsorships

    The launch of PepsiCo’s Mountain Dew Amp Game Fuel is the latest development in the profitable partnership between soft drinks…
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    26 Dec
  9. Packaged beverage makers and their plastic addiction

    Packaged beverage makers have developed an addiction to plastic (especially polyethylene terephthalate [PET]), an indestructible material derived from fossil fuels…
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    20 Dec
  10. Gin shows it’s not just Brexit that’s pushing the boundaries

    There is no doubt whatsoever that gin continues to be one of the most buoyant categories in the UK drinks…
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    17 Dec

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