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The world’s most valuable beer brands

By Rachel Arthur

With heavyweights such as Budweiser, Corona and Michelob Ultra jostling for the top spot, who is crowned as the world’s most valuable beer brand?

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Our top 5 articles of April

By Rachel Arthur

What's attracting the attention of BeverageDaily readers? Here's a round-up of our most read articles from April.

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Our top 5 articles of March

By Rachel Arthur

What’s piquing the attention of BeverageDaily readers? Here’s a round-up of our most read articles in March.

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Our top 5 articles of October 2022

By Rachel Arthur

What's piquing the attention of BeverageDaily readers? From new breweries to notable acquisitions, here's a round-up of our most-read articles from October.

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Heineken to buy Distell, leading Africa expansion plans

By Rachel Arthur

Heineken intends to acquire control of Distell and Namibia Breweries: combining them with Heineken South Africa to create a new Heineken business with a total valuation of around €4bn ($4.58bn).

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Heineken acquires Brixton Brewery

By Rachel Arthur

Heineken has acquired full ownership of London’s Brixton Brewery, following the acquisition of a minority stake in 2017.

New appointments in the beverage industry: December 2020

People on the move: December

By Rachel Arthur

2020 has been an eventful year: but 2021 will also require skilful navigation. New leaders will be dealing with continued uncertainties; but also identifying new opportunities and driving innovation. Here’s some of the people looking to the new year as...

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The best global beverage brands of 2020

By Rachel Arthur

Coca-Cola maintains its position in the top 10 in Interbrand’s Best Global Brands 2020 Report. But what are the other beverage brands making their mark this year?

Heineken 0.0 was launched in Malaysia in June. Pic: Heineken Malaysia

Heineken 0.0 launch has put the brewer on the back foot in Malaysia

By Richard Whitehead

One might think that a simple inquiry to a major brewery would be warmly welcomed, especially when it is about one of their recently released products. But it's not that straight-forward when it comes to Heineken's 0.0 launch in Malaysia.

Health and wellness trends mean consumers are moving away from high calorie, sugary drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic.

Alcohol-free Heineken 0.0 lands in the US

By Beth Newhart

After initially launching in early 2017, Heineken’s first non-alcoholic beer has expanded to more than 30 global markets and is now officially coming to the US. Though not as popular a trend as it is in Europe, the low-ABV and no-alcohol US beer and wine...

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Heineken: ‘Economic conditions are expected to remain volatile’

By Rachel Arthur

Heineken champions the performance of brand Heineken, with volume up 7.5% and the promising roll-out of non-alcoholic Heineken 0.0. But the company reported lower operating profit margin across the business in HY2018 and has cut its guidance for full-year...

CGF five-year project to install low carbon refrigeration systems

Heineken, SAB Miller, The Coca-Cola Company, Nestlè & PepsiCo.

CGF completes five-year project to install low carbon refrigeration systems

By Jenny Eagle

Members of The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) have completed a five-year project to install low carbon refrigeration systems in over 4,000 supermarkets, four million ice cream and drinks chiller units and industrial plants worldwide.

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