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Our top 5 stories of November

By Rachel Arthur

What’s piquing the attention of BeverageDaily readers? Here’s a round-up of our most-read articles from November.

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Our top 5 articles of October 2022

By Rachel Arthur

What's piquing the attention of BeverageDaily readers? From new breweries to notable acquisitions, here's a round-up of our most-read articles from October.

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Our top 5 stories of September, 2022

By Rachel Arthur

What’s piquing the attention of BeverageDaily readers? There’s a lot of interest in the growing low to no alcohol market – whether that’s stocking supermarket shelves or catering for non-drinkers at events. Meanwhile, readers are keen to keep up with...

Low2No Bev 2022: Innovation and NPD from the show floor

The latest innovations in low and no alcohol

By Rachel Arthur

The UK has been pioneering the no and low alcohol category: so London's Low2No Bev show offers the perfect occasion to see how the category is evolving. From functional drinks to new tech, we take a look at some of the latest innovations in the category...

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Our top 5 stories of August 2022

By Rachel Arthur

What’s piquing the attention of BeverageDaily readers? From Monster’s alcohol strategy to the latest innovations in wine packaging, here’s a round-up of our most-read articles from August.

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Our top 5 stories of July 2022

By Rachel Arthur

What’s piquing the attention of BeverageDaily readers? From new RTD cocktail innovations to ideas for boosting beverage can recycling, here’s a round-up of our most-read articles from July.

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Our top 5 stories of June 2022

By Rachel Arthur

What’s piquing the attention of BeverageDaily readers? From the inside track on Coca-Cola’s US Costa coffee launch, to Bacardi’s take on this year’s summer spirit trends, here’s a round-up of our most-read articles from June.

New appointments in the beverage industry: May 2022

People on the move: May 2022

By Rachel Arthur

From Brown-Forman to Bacardi, we take a look at some of the companies welcoming new faces to top jobs this month.

New appointments in the beverage industry: April 2022

People on the move: April 2022

By Rachel Arthur

From Bacardi to Diageo, we take a look at some of the beverage companies welcoming new faces to top jobs.

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Scraping social media for hot beverage trends

By Oliver Morrison

Love them or loath them, social media platforms such as TikTok and Instagram offer fertile ground where brands can spot quickly emerging food and beverage trends that can guide product development.

New appointments in the beverage industry: December 2021

People on the move: December 2021

By Rachel Arthur

We take a look at some of the people taking on new jobs in the beverage industry as we head towards a new year.

New appointments in the beverage industry

People on the move: August 2021

By Rachel Arthur

Here are some of the people taking up new top jobs in the beverage industry this month: joining companies such as AB InBev, PepsiCo and BlueTriton Brands.

New appointments in the beverage industry: May 2021

People on the move: May 2021

By Rachel Arthur

From PepsiCo to Bacardi, we take a look at some of the people taking up top jobs in the beverage industry this month.

New appointments in the beverage industry: January 2021

People on the move: January 2021

By Rachel Arthur

New year, new leaders: here are some of the people taking on new roles in the beverage industry in 2021.

New appointments in the beverage industry: December 2020

People on the move: December

By Rachel Arthur

2020 has been an eventful year: but 2021 will also require skilful navigation. New leaders will be dealing with continued uncertainties; but also identifying new opportunities and driving innovation. Here’s some of the people looking to the new year as...

C-store beverages: What’s new at NACS?

C-store beverages: What’s new at NACS?

By Beth Newhart

The National Association of Convenience Stores has been meeting since 1961, and today the expo covers more than 400,000 square feet. The 2019 show was held in Atlanta October 2-4, bringing together retailers, wholesalers, suppliers and exhibitors from...

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From plain to premium: Adding value in bottled water

By Rachel Arthur

While bottled water may fundamentally be the simplest of beverages, the category is evolving with an explosion of flavors, fortification and functionality to offer something more to today’s consumers.

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5 approaches show coconut water still has room to grow

By Elizabeth Crawford

The coconut water category in the US may be crowded, but it still has room to grow with sales projected to reach $1.97 billion in 2019 -- up from $778 million in 2015, according to Statista. Much of this growth likely will come from innovative twists...

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SPOTLIGHT ON START-UPS

How is Big Food harnessing start-up innovation?

By Niamh Michail

Which food firms are top for scoping out innovative start-ups and harnessing the latest research projects? FoodNavigator takes a look at the different incubator, accelerator and partnering schemes used by industry heavyweights.

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Tea for three: Asia’s leading tea companies

By RJ Whitehead

Three out of the world’s five biggest tea companies are based in Asia, according to new market research by Technavio that predicts steady growth in the global market until at least 2020. We profile each of the leaders over the coming pages.

Trendspotting at the 2016 Winter Fancy Food Show

IN PICTURES: Beverage trendspotting at the 2016 Winter Fancy Food Show

By Elaine Watson

From bone broth, birch water and yaupon tea to macadamia milk, the Winter Fancy Food Show is a great place to go beverage trendspotting. FoodNavigator-USA hit the showfloor at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, where we also spotted a lot of chai spice...

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