All news articles for June 2019

The new essence range is considered an addition to hops, not a replacement to traditional dry hopping and hop pellets. Pic: Getty/5PH

Synergy’s water soluble hop essences tackle beer and soft drinks

By Beth Newhart

At IFT last week, Synergy Flavors debuted a new line of Synergy Pure Hop Essences as an alternative to traditional dry hopping. The water soluble ingredients are designed for beer, but can also be used with soft drinks like sparkling water, kombucha and...

Coca-Cola and Costa launch RTD coffee

Coca-Cola & Costa launch RTD coffee

By Rachel Arthur

Coca-Cola and Costa have launched a chilled RTD canned coffee: the first major product since Coca-Cola acquired the coffee company earlier this year.

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The world's fastest growing spirits brands

By Rachel Arthur

The world’s top 100 fastest-growing spirits brands grew collectively by 11% last year, compared to total category growth of 0.8%, according to the latest figures from the IWSR.

Bartek displays brand relaunch at IFT

By Beth Newhart

On its 50th anniversary in business, Bartek Ingredients debuted a brand relaunch at the 2019 Institute of Food Technologists show (IFT) in New Orleans. The Canada-based company manufactures malic and fumaric acid for use in beverages and confectionery.

It’s likely the craft beer industry has reached its growth peak and will continue dealing with its overcrowded market. Pic: Getty/Picnote

US craft beer slows while spirits take off

By Beth Newhart

The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies (PMMI) has released a new report on machinery and automation trends among breweries and distilleries, who are scaling back on production goals and diversifying offerings to stay competitive.

Kris Ingham

Editor's Spotlight: Startup Focus

International entrepreneur reveals top tips to startup success

By Nikki Cutler

A startup founder who battled to bring his brand from near failure to international success in just three years has revealed his insight into the world of health food and drink entrepreneurship.

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Australian researcher looks for science in natural remedies

Healing compounds could release value from coffee waste

By Richard Whitehead

Coffee farmers could be so much wealthier if only they could realise the full value of the berries they grow, says the Australian scientist whose mission is to help them do that.

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