The COVID-19 pandemic has cast doubts on the future prospects of businesses as customers remain wary of spending amid uncertainty. Verdict has been running a poll to assess the business...
Drinks Ireland|Beer, the representative organisation for beer manufacturers and suppliers in the country, has called on the government for urgent support for Irish pub sector.
The state of Oaxaca in Mexico has prohibited the sale of sugary drinks and sweet products containing high calories to children.
Associations representing the US and European beverage alcohol sectors submitted comments to oppose the US government’s proposal to levy additional taxes on wine, beer and spirits from the European Union...
The Wine and Spirit All Party Parliamentary Group (WSAPPG) is set to launch an inquiry into the impact of wine import certification.
The Government of Scotland has eased restrictions on the outdoor hospitality industry thereby allowing pubs, cafes and restaurants in the country to make use of outside spaces.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has announced that it is monitoring the introduction of the new mandatory dairy code of conduct, which requires processors to buy milk from...
Remote working or working from home has become the new norm during the COVID-19 times which call for maintaining physical distancing and complying with lockdown measures to curb disease spread.
The Government of UK has announced temporary changes to the licensing laws to enable pubs, bars, restaurants and cafes to sell alcohol outdoors to their customers.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has released new guidelines for advertising or promoting gin and gin products.