What does successful innovation look like in a year defined by a global pandemic? From big seltzer bet Bud Light Hard Seltzer in the US, to a new beer from a company-government-farmer collaboration in Ecuador, AB InBev CEO Carlos Brito highlights three...
The functional beverage space is heating up, but there are pockets of opportunity in enhanced sparkling water, says Colin McCabe, who co-founded fast-casual salad chain Chop’t, and is now moving into new territory with Free Rain, a line of beverages infused...
Bacardi believes people will throw out the festive rule book this year and mix up their drinks choices: with over a third (38%) of people it recently surveyed looking forward to embracing ‘more modern’ Christmas customs.
By Danielle Jackson, Strategic Planner, ZEAL Creative
The soft drinks category has been working through a challenging year. Danielle Jackson, strategic planner at UK brand activation marketing agency ZEAL Creative, asks what lessons the industry can learn and take into 2021.
Where are the opportunities for new suppliers in retail? Category buyers at three of the UK’s biggest supermarkets talk ‘eye-catching’ innovation, burgeoning trends, and whether having an already established following matters.
2020 has been defined by coronavirus: which has changed the way we shop, socialize, entertain and more. And it will continue to be the biggest driver of food and beverage trends next year, according to US beverage development company Imbibe.