A study by researchers from the University of Connecticut and Georgia State University have found that counties located in legalized medical marijuana states reported a 15% decrease in monthly alcohol sales between 2006 and 2015.
The UK Supreme court has ruled that minimum unit pricing for alcohol in Scotland can go ahead, dismissing an appeal led by the Scotch Whisky Association. After a five year journey through the courts, the Scottish government says it will now endeavor to...
As people aim to reduce their alcohol consumption, almost half of UK consumers are planning to buy more soft drinks this Christmas, according to Britvic, which is advising operators to prepare for a boom in soft drinks.
Interest in plant-based beverages and fermented beverages separately is intense and growing, but a combination of the two – fermented plant-based beverages – is an untapped opportunity for industry, says DuPont Nutrition & Health.
A levy on sugar-sweetened drinks in Jamie’s Italian restaurants in the UK is likely to have contributed to a ‘significant decline in SSB sales’, according to a study published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health.
Consumer desire for more sophisticated and experimental flavors driven by their attention to wellbeing has started to outweigh the importance of alcohol content in beverages, especially in the cocktail and cider categories, Bell Flavors & Fragrances...
Adult soft drinks are gaining in popularity: but what flavors appeal to this audience? From the beer cues of brewed soda to the sour tang of vinegar, natural ingredient company Döhler explores the tastes that are appealing to today’s consumers.