Nespresso will start selling its coffees and machines in key sourcing country Colombia this autumn.
Carlsberg is trialing a scheme in Denmark whereby drinkers in selected bars get half price beer in exchange for uploading pictures of themselves there to Instagram.
Flavored or mixed beer is a booming US beer category tapping demand among younger drinkers – and strong global growth prospects are set to heighten competition among the big brewers.
The order given by Dubai’s ruling sheikh in 1959 to dredge the Creek, the water channel that flows into the heart of what was at the time a sleepy fishing...
Heineken will launch lager margaritas in the US from April as it bids to replicate the success of Anheuser Busch InBev’s Bud Light Ritas line.
The Chinese place more trust in big beverage brands to deliver safe products, link ‘naturalness’ to single-flavor varieties and are increasingly willing to pay more for quality, safety and nutrition.
Microbreweries could be the saviours of the British ale industry, the boss of the multimillion pound brewery Adnams has suggested.
Monster Energy Ultra topped the IRI beverage league table for the best-selling newcomers in C-stores in 2013, while Red Bull Total Zero and Bud Light Lime Lime-A-Rita also starred.
UK retailer Sainsbury’s launched the UK’s first mainstream coffee ‘grown by women’ at a tasting event in the nation’s parliament last week.
Lack of trust in food prices at the top supermarkets persists in the UK, according to a leading analyst, and independent food stores were well-placed to seize the advantage.
Academics at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad have coined the term “brick and click” as a way for mom and pop retailers in India to innovate by settling groceries...
Coke-owned Innocent is launching a functional smoothie range in the UK from April centered on soft health claims - three varieties will use 'defense' 'energise' and 'antioxidant' positioning.
Anheuser-Busch InBev believes its Cubanisto beer flavored with rum will prove a hit with ‘tech savvy trend setters’ in the UK as sales of the spirit soar.
Spytap Industries has developed an iPhone app that allows users to scan beer barcodes to separate true craft beers from ‘assembly line multinational macrobrewed imposters’.
Google Glass, glasses which contain tiny computers on their frames, will shape the wines people buy in the future, predicts Arnaud Daphy of wine marketing consultancy Triptiq.
An online hub that connects wine sellers from the Languedoc Roussillon region of Southern France with national and international buyers was launched this week.
Diageo should ditch lucrative rum brand Captain Morgan altogether since the real life Captain left an orgy of bloodshed and violence across the Caribbean, Ben Bouckley argues.
Should manufacturers look to move gluten-free products into the retail mainstream or does the segment’s future lie in its niche positioning?
BeverageDaily.com has been at Vinisud in Montpellier, France, this week. View the picture gallery to find out more about exhibitors and their wines.
The global soft drinks industry faces a ‘seesaw year’ in 2014 but the challenges posed by mature markets and categories are amply offset by opportunities elsewhere in the sector.
Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) hopes its ‘most ambitious launch since Coca-Cola Zero’ can help arrest the traditional soda consumption decline among older adults.
Chi Drinks has signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Wellbeing International, covering the Middle East and North Africa.
Demand for flavoured wines continues to grow, according to a report from Wine Intelligence that will be presented at tradeshow Vinisud next week.
Food manufacturers, retailers and other food industry players are failing to connect with consumers who are tuning out of mainstream messaging and infesting their own comms channels, says angel investor,...
America’s second most popular imported vodka will now appear on Indian bottle shop shelves after owner Constellation brands tied up a deal with local distributor Mohan Brothers to bring Svedka...