Low and no alcohol drinks

Even 'just the one' drink involves risk, says the new Canadian guidance. Pic: getty/happy photon

New Canadian drinking guidelines call for stricter alcohol policies

By Rachel Arthur

A Canadian report on health and alcohol suggests health warnings, minimum unit pricing and stringent advertising restrictions for alcohol should be implemented in the country: as it delivers its message that ‘no amount or kind of alcohol is good for your...

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...

Low2No Bev kicks off next week

Low2No Bev kicks off next week

By Rachel Arthur

The only dedicated trade show for the low and no-alcohol drinks sector, Low2NoBev returns to Olympia London next week (September 26-28).

Good zero and low alcohol brands have succeeded in understanding the lifestyle – or desired lifestyle – of their drinkers.

How to craft a zero-alcohol brand world

By Chris White, Managing Director, This Way Up

As zero and low alcohol options become more mainstream, drinks brands are catching on to the benefits of introducing alternative product ranges. But zero alcohol doesn’t have to mean zero fun, says Chris White, Managing Director at creative agency This...

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From tequila to botanicals: Bacardi talks summer spirit trends

By Rachel Arthur

What's big in the US spirits scene this summer? Sean Eckhardt, Senior Vice President of US Sales at Bacardi, explains how the company has shaped its portfolio for the summer months - along with his take on the trending tequila, RTD alcohol, and lower...