India may be the world’s second-biggest tea producer, but it has perennially struggled to develop brand names with domestic and international appeal, but this may now be starting to change with the growth of several new-generation speciality tea start-ups.
Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) is to embark on a year-long review of the rules governing sugar claims in relation to alcoholic drinks, amid ministerial concerns of misleading messaging to consumers.
Nearly nine months since launching its new sparkling water portfolio across its six regional spring water brands, Nestlé Waters North America has roughly doubled its household penetration compared to the same time last year.
New alcohol regulations in Ireland could restrict signposting to whiskey distillery visitor centres and small distilleries – delivering a hefty blow to the burgeoning whiskey tourism sector, says the Irish Whiskey Association.
On Friday Coca-Cola announced its $5.1bn acquisition of Costa, one of the world’s largest coffee chains. CEO James Quincey reveals the rationale behind the acquisition – and Coca-Cola’s plans for the company in the future.
Demand for blow molded bottles in Europe was 189 billion units in 2017, up from 176 billion in 2013, with the fastest growing market segments have been sweet and savory spreads and still water, says AMI Consulting.