The phenomenal growth in sales of flavoured alcoholic beverages was
always going to be hard to maintain in the long term, and a new
report from Canadean predicts that sales in leading markets will
slow substantially in the next two...
Last minute entries have been requested for the Oxoid Award for
Beer Quality and BreweryHygiene, organised in conjunction with
the Institute and Guild of Brewing(IGB). The organisers say that
entries should be in by 28 February 2003.
Drinks containing caffeine can significantly affect children's
behaviour, report scientists in the US, who found that teenagers
who drink lots of fizzy drinks have trouble sleeping. They suggest
that such drinks are made less...
Carbonate sales might be fizzing, but a new report from beverage
analysts Canadean shows that the growth in sales of still drinks is
even greater - and that the rate of growth is likely to continue to
gather pace for the next few...
The Alcoa aluminium rolling operations based in Waunarlwydd,
Swansea has opened a new finishing line, part of an on-going
investment programme to upgrade the company's facilities in order
to increase supply for drink cans.
One more battle between US beer group Anheuser-Busch, global
protector of the 'Budweiser' and 'Bud' names, and the Czech brewer
Budejovicky Budvar came to an end this week when the Hungarian
patent office ruled...