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...
Health concerns are leading to increasing consumption of bottled
and bulk water, so much so in fact that water is set to overtake
carbonates as the leading soft drink within just three years,
according to a new report by Canadean.
Recent research suggests that coffee may be beneficial for heart
health. Now, a team of Swiss scientists say that it is ingredients
other than caffeine which are responsible for the stimulating
effects of the beverage on the cardiovascular...
People who drink wine weekly or even monthly may reduce their risk
of developing dementia, according to new research from Denmark. The
scientists studied more than 1,700 people,aged 65 and over, and
compared their drinking habits...
People who drink coffee regularly are half as likely to develop
diabetes as adults, finds new research published in the latest
issue of British journal The Lancet. The controversial study
shows that caffeine, which actually reduces...
The European sports nutrition market is to grow by 8.4 per cent
between 2002-2009, according to a new report from market research
analysts Frost & Sullivan. The report highlights the
opportunities for sports nutrition ingredient...
Those of us partial to a regular cup of coffee may be half as
likely to develop diabetes, suggest Dutch researchers. Published in
The Lancet this week the study shows that caffeine, which
actually reduces the body's sensitivity...