Direct to consumer wine sales grew by 7% in value in 2019-2020, outperforming other channels in Australia. And DTC sales are now particularly important for smaller businesses, accounting for more than 50% of their sales.
Juice and smoothie maker innocent is building a $250m carbon neutral production site – dubbed ‘the blender’ – at the Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. With the first bottles due to come off the lines in 2021, innocent says the project is a symbol...
Thailand-based food biotech company JuiceInnov8 and national beverage giant TCP Group – the firm behind the original Red Bull - is set to roll out three reduced sugar and functional fruit juices this month.
A Google Trends analysis report reveals the "profound effects" of COVID-19 on interest in immune-boosting nutrients and herbs globally and which specific ingredients consumers favour across different global regions.
Six beverage brands make the BrandZ Top 75 Most Valuable UK Brands ranking. What have these brands – which include BrewDog and Gordon’s Gin – done so well to put them alongside big names like Dyson, Jaguar and M&S?
The UK has seen a 44% reduction in sugar content per 100ml in drinks covered by the UK’s sugar tax: a much greater reduction than sugar reduction achieved across food categories, according to a government report.
Two South Australian firms, functional beverage company Utonic and beauty firm Vani-T, are set to retail what they believe is the world’s first collagen kombucha nationwide in February 2021, following its online soft launch in September.
E-commerce for beverage alcohol has exploded due to the pandemic – increasing around four times in volume, according to Constellation Brands. But that’s only one change it sees in the way consumers shop.