What part does FMCG play in turning the tide on plastic pollution? What more can governments do to make an impact? And whose responsibility is it to educate consumers about their role in tackling the global plastic crisis?
After two years of focusing internally to navigate pandemic-related supply chain, labor and other challenges, Keurig Dr Pepper will begin to look outward once again for inorganic opportunities, including mergers & acquisitions, partnerships and minority...
Chivas Brothers, the Scotch Whisky business of Pernod Ricard, will make a £88m ($110m) investment into two strategic Speyside single malt distilleries: with a focus on upgrading sustainable technologies and building production capacity to meet the global...
Junk food advertising restrictions across the Transport for London network are estimated to have contributed to a 1,000 calorie decrease in energy from unhealthy purchases in consumers’ weekly shopping. But little of this came from soft drinks.
Researchers have found evidence of a reduced risk of bladder cancer associated with tea drinking and report that it was significant among men and former smokers but not among women and those who had never smoked.
Beverage manufacturers in the Asia Pacific region wanting to follow Coca-Cola’s lead by launching red-coloured beverages need to offer products that both fulfil the visual appeal, as well as clean label demands of consumers.
Amongst FMCGs, governments, and consumers, who is responsible for turning the tide on plastic pollution? FoodNavigator asks Coca-Cola Europacific Partners GB, NGO A Plastic Planet, and plastic alternative start-up Sulapac, for their takes on the plastic...
Alcohol giant Kirin has launched out its first hard seltzers in Japan as well as a new whiskey in response to rising trends surrounding ready-to-drink (RTD) consumption and sustained interest in the country’s whiskey sector.
UFlex Limited, India's largest flexible packaging material solution and polymer science company, is setting up India's first U-shaped paper straw manufacturing line for its aseptic liquid packaging business.
While consumers may be searching for ways to reduce their sugar intake, products that provide a sense of sweetness are still in high-demand, positioning certain natural sweeteners for continued success, says SPINS.
While the hard seltzer market in the UK is increasing, a large number of consumers still don't fully understand what the product is. Brands, therefore, should take extra care to ensure that consumers realize the product is alcoholic, according to...
Tate & Lyle has expanded production of allulose in a bid to meet surging demand for the rare sugar, which has exploded in popularity following the FDA’s decision to exclude it from the total and added sugars declarations on the Nutrition Facts panel.
The Commission has proposed mandatory labelling of ingredients and nutrient content of alcoholic beverages be enforced by the end of this year, and health warnings on labels by the end of 2023. FoodNavigator rounds up the pros and cons.
Australian food and beverage industry-led manufacturing precinct Turbine is set to boost the production and exports of locally-produced beverages as part of its first phase, after receiving significant funding from both government and industry sources.
The international GM of Australian wine giant Penfolds has highlighted the importance of modernising retail concepts to shift consumer purchase habits from price to premiumisation, in an exclusive interview.
Drinking low- and no-calorie sweetened beverages (LNCSBs), as a substitute for sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) leads to small improvements in body weight and cardiometabolic risk factors, according to a new study.
French liqueur company Giffard has mastered the challenges of balancing craftsmanship, tradition and family values with the required production prowess to serve 90 markets worldwide. BeverageDaily finds out how.
The Australian beverage sector has hit out at veiled warnings of price increases and tax hikes for soft drinks detailed in the country’s latest obesity strategy, claiming that such policy measures are ineffective.
Formulating beverages that parents can feel good about - and kids will actually drink - is notoriously challenging. However, the founders of Starryside reckon they may have cracked the code with Star Water, a zero-calorie flavored water with added vitamins...
Elopak ASA and Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd have agreed Nippon Paper will produce and sell Elopak's lineup of Pure-Pak packaging for liquid food and beverage products worldwide and introduce them to the Oceania region.
Tate & Lyle PLC has signed an agreement to acquire Quantum Hi-Tech (Guangdong) Biological Co., Ltd (Quantum), a prebiotic dietary fiber business in China from ChemPartner Pharmatech Co., Ltd (ChemPartner) for a total consideration of $237m.