Nestlé coffee giant Nespresso commits that every cup of Nespresso worldwide will be carbon neutral by 2022. In order to achieve this, it has initiatives in three key areas: reducing carbon emissions; planting trees in coffee farms; and investing in high-quality...
Sustainability had moved to the forefront of consumers’ minds in recent years – but has the coronavirus pandemic changed all that? Beverage brands innocent and SodaStream have faith that the progress of previous years has not been in vain.
Scottish craft brewer BrewDog says it has become the world’s first carbon negative international beer business. Through £30m ($39m) of green investments, it will remove twice as much carbon from the air than it emits each year.
Heineken UK is rolling out its new ‘Green Grip’ cardboard topper: eliminating plastic from millions of cans. Debuting with Heineken, Foster’s and Kronenbourg 1664, the topper will eventually roll out across Heineken UK's entire beer and cider portfolio.
Atomo Coffee – a Seattle-based startup that claims to have reverse engineered your morning joe to make an awesome cup of coffee without using beans – has raised an extra $9m in seed funding, bringing its cumulative funding to $11.6m, with plans to bring...
The New Zealand F&B industry has blasted the local government’s upcoming container return scheme, calling this costly, bureaucratic, and almost-certainly going to raise beverage costs and prices, which will be passed on to consumers.
The alcohol beverage industry has taken a hit from the coronavirus pandemic. But shifts in consumer behavior are also opening up new opportunities: for example in RTDs, local products, and low/no alcohol drinks.