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Asia: Rapid urbanization, consumer interest in health & wellness, and a large population. Pic: iStock/fpdress

What will global beverage consumption look like in 2021? Region by region data

Unprecedented growth for Asia beverage market

By Rachel Arthur

Asia’s beverage market will experience unprecedented growth, taking two-thirds of global incremental consumption by 2021, according to figures from Canadean.

What's the next big thing in beer? Pic: Flickr / Quinn Dombrowski

Dispatches from Canadean International Beer Strategies Conference, Amsterdam

What's brewing in beer? Premiumisation, Africa, non-alcoholic and craft

By Rachel Arthur

Look beyond the headline figures and there are promising prospects for beer, according to Canadean. Opportunities include the African market, premiumisation, non-alcoholic beers, and the continued popularity of craft. 

Mondelez-owned Carte Noire, launched in Australia and The Netherlands last October, is on track to become a $1bn brand

'Snacks powerhouse' unveils plan to shrink beverage business

‘Terrific coffee growth!’ But Mondelez spits out Tassimo not Trident

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Mondelez CEO Irene Rosenfeld insists the firm’s coffee interests backed by brands such as Tassimo are ‘very attractive’ but says the deal to shrink its beverage business fits a core snacks focus.

Mondelēz brand tastes Tang of beverage success in 2013 Kantar ranking

Mondelēz brand tastes Tang of beverage success in 2013 Kantar ranking

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Coca-Cola tops Kantar Worldpanel’s Brand Footprint 2013 ranking – as our exclusive gallery shows – but lost points in developed nations, and suffers low household penetration rates in emerging markets such as India, while Tang has been a revelation in...

Moody’s feels brighter about beverage industry prospects

Moody’s feels brighter about beverage industry prospects

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Bond credit rating business Moody’s has revised its outlook for the global beverage industry upwards, citing rising middle class demand in emerging markets for high-end wines and spirits from the likes of Diageo, Heineken and Bacardi.

Nestlé 9-month sales up 11%

Emerging markets continue to drive Nestlé sales

By Oliver Nieburg

Food and nutrition giant Nestlé has reported improved sales in its 9-month results driven by growth in emerging markets, but Q3 was a little slower than last year.

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