Rtd Alcohol

Pernod Ricard USA invests in first RTD canning line

Pernod Ricard USA invests in first RTD canning line

By Rachel Arthur

Pernod Ricard USA will invest $22m in creating its first-ever RTD canning line, located at its Fort Smith plant in Arkansas: boosting its ability to bring RTDs to market swiftly.

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Our top 5 stories of September, 2022

By Rachel Arthur

What’s piquing the attention of BeverageDaily readers? There’s a lot of interest in the growing low to no alcohol market – whether that’s stocking supermarket shelves or catering for non-drinkers at events. Meanwhile, readers are keen to keep up with...

Tequila trends: cristalino, RTDs, and global expansion

What's next for tequila?

By Rachel Arthur

Tequila volumes are expected to grow at a CAGR of 7% between 2021 and 2026: far exceeding 2% growth in global spirits volumes. So how is this market going to evolve?

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Our top 5 stories of July 2022

By Rachel Arthur

What’s piquing the attention of BeverageDaily readers? From new RTD cocktail innovations to ideas for boosting beverage can recycling, here’s a round-up of our most-read articles from July.

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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...

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What's hitting the shelves? New beverage launches

By Rachel Arthur

Truss expands its cannabis beverage portfolio in Canada while bubly launches bellini bliss in the US for the summer months. We take a look at some of the new beverages launching around the globe.

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RTD alcohol volume share set to double over next five years

By Rachel Arthur

RTD alcohol volumes have been growing faster than any other major drinks category since 2018, and are expected to significantly outperform the wider beverage alcohol market over the next five years, increasing their market share to 8% by 2025 in the top...

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What low alcohol RTDs can learn from low alcohol beer

By Kate Johnson, Highball Cocktails

No and low alcohol drinks are ready to revolutionise the RTD market. But while brands may focus on reduced ABV and calorie content, at the end of the day it's the taste which will determine whether they win or lose in the marketplace, writes Highball...

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What 2021 holds for RTD alcoholic beverages

By Ryan Close, Founder & CEO, Bartesian

It’s clear that consumers are embracing ready-to-drink beverages. Demand for RTD alcoholic beverages has been rising over the past few years, led by hard seltzers’ skyrocketing popularity like White Claw and Truly. As consumers embrace RTD beverages’...