UK beverage brand DRGN (pronounced 'dragon') has set its sights on APAC with its new functional soft drink, which combines ingredients originating from and popular in Asia to target consumers in the region.
Irish taste and nutrition company Kerry has signed a licensing agreement with Renaissance BioScience Corp to manufacture, sell and distribute Renaissance’s non-GMO acrylamide-reducing yeast enzyme, Acryleast.
Opportunities in the Chinese wine market remain “exciting and plentiful” with consumption forecast to continue to grow at 6% per annum for the next five years, according to Wine Australia. At this pace the country will break the 3tr litre barrier by 2022.
Natural mineral and spring water brands are built on their provenance, making their source a unique part of who they are. But with increasing pressure from man's impact on the planet, how are brands protecting their water for the future?
European beer production reached an eight-year high of nearly 39.7 billion litres in 2017: with the region now boasting 9,500 brewers. Around three-quarters of these are microbreweries and SMEs, helping boost a shift towards greater diversity and choice....
Sri Lanka has been accused of backtracked on its fight against diabetes after implementing a 40% reduction in its sugar tax, amidst public outcry describing the move as ‘insane’ and ‘racing backwards’.
Almond has partnered with EVRYTHNG, IoT smart products platform, to launch FACT, a healthy fruit-flavored drink, using its platform-as-a-service (PaaS) to offer blockchain provenance, supply chain traceability and consumer digital rewards.
Butterfly pea flower tea, spicy flavors and the rise of CBD... what will 2019 look like for the beverage category? Imbibe sets out its predictions for the top trends in the beverage category next year.