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The NABLAB category (no and low alcohol beer) is growing. Pic:getty/ridofranz

AB InBev: 8% of beer volumes now come from no and low alcohol

By Rachel Arthur

Approximately 8% of AB InBev’s global beer volumes now come from no and low alcohol beers, as the world’s largest brewer works towards its goal of 20% by 2025. "We're committed to leading innovation in this space," it says.

© Buho Soda

Mexican start-up carves out niche in craft soda category

By Niamh Michail

Búho Soda is Mexico's first all-natural, low-sugar soft drink made using locally-sourced ingredients, according to its manufacturer - and inspiration came from the country's booming craft beer movement, the start-up founder says.

In 2018, Rise opened a flagship cafe in Manhattan, established a presence in the Pacific Northwest and launched its oat-based lattes.

Rise Brewing Co partners with new Olympic sports

By Beth Newhart

Nitro cold brew coffee brand Rise Brewing Co. has announced a partnership with USA Surfing and USA Climbing ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. In furthers Rise’s mission to ramp up national distribution and recognition.

An interest in foreign market wines is expected to flourish in 2019, assisted by ecommerce capabilities. Pic: ©GettyImages/Kent Woo / EyeEm

Millennials buy more wine online and want it to be organic

By Beth Newhart

The wine industry is shaping up to be more transparent and international than ever in 2019. Consumers want more local, sustainably sourced wines, but at the same time they are expanding their palates to newcomers on the market from places like Bulgaria,...

94% of US adults support alcohol-content labeling on alcoholic beverages. Pic: ©GettyImages/Bill Oxford

Consumer groups criticize TTB modern alcohol labels

By Beth Newhart

The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), Consumer Federation of America (CFA), and National Consumers League (NCL) say that alcohol labeling changes proposed by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TBB) 'fall dramatically short...

E-commerce will have a place in PepsiCo's future. Pic:getty/ipopba

What will PepsiCo look like in 2025?

By Rachel Arthur

PepsiCo boasts 22 billion-dollar brands, with its portfolio including flagship drinks Pepsi, Gatorade and Tropicana. But what’s next? Having taken over the reins as CEO from Indra Nooyi in October, Ramon Laguarta sets out his strategic vision of what...

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