Nestlé Vietnam will use a $100m investment at its Tri An coffee factory to increase production capacity: helping the company meet growing local and international demand for brands such as Nescafé, Nescafé Dolce Gusto and Starbucks.
Nestle Vietnam is banking on the rising demand for convenient beverage options in the country to drive the growth of its newest Nescafe format innovation, a ready-to-serve liquid concentrate.
Louis Dreyfus Company and Instanta have inaugurated ILD Coffee Vietnam, a joint venture freeze-dried instant coffee facility located in Binh Duong province, Vietnam, with annual production capacity of 5,600 metric tons of instant coffee.
Vietnam-based fruit multinational Les Vergers du Mekong is banking on its centralised production location and fresh fruit-only guarantee to expand its presence in retail markets across Asia, on the back of a successful leap from HORECA to modern trade...
Heineken Vietnam has unveiled its largest brewery in Ba Ria Vung Tau: which has become the region’s largest after multiple expansions over the last five years.
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Swire Coca-Cola Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Swire Pacific Limited, will acquire Coca-Cola subsidiaries with bottling businesses in Vietnam and Cambodia.
The supplementation of a lactic acid bacteria drink has shown to reduce absenteeism in school kids linked to cold and flu within four weeks, said the findings of a Kirin-funded RCT.
The Middle East’s growing coffee culture has caught the eye of Minh Tien Group, a Vietnam-based producer and exporter of coffee beans looking to expand in the Gulf region.
Louis Dreyfus Company has signed a joint venture agreement with private label coffee company Instanta to build and operate a freeze-dried instant coffee plant in Binh Duong province, Vietnam.
Vietnam dairy company NutiFood has launched a new range of kids’ tonic drinks formulated by its newly opened research institute in Sweden.
Australian beverage firm Remedy Drinks is eyeing Vietnam as the next big market for its kombucha, banking on a rising health and wellness awareness trend and product ability to be transported without refrigeration.
Kirin’s functional food brand, iMUSE has ventured into its first overseas market with the launch of a functional probiotic beverage in Vietnam.
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Tetra Pak has opened an aseptic carton packaging material factory in Binh Duong, Vietnam.
Beverage giant Coca-Cola and New Zealand dairy major Fonterra have partnered in what has been deemed a Strategic Alliance in South East Asia, with the first range of products from this having just been launched in Vietnam under the Nutriboost brand.
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Coffee and tea company Jacobs Douwe Egberts (JDE) and its partners are ploughing in US$1m on a coffee sustainability project in Vietnam’s Central Highlands designed to boost traceability and food safety.
Opposition is gathering pace against proposals from Vietnam’s Ministry of Finance to combat obesity by imposing a 10% tax on sugary drinks from 2019.
ThaiBev recently completed its acquisition of Saigon Beer Alcohol Beverage Corp. (Sabeco) with “action to consummate the transfer of sale shares” having taken place.
Foreign soft drink manufacturers have taken control of more than half of Vietnam’s US$4bn non-alcoholic drink market for the first time, as local players work out how best to compete.
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As Vietnam’s 93m population grows in size and purchasing power, healthy soft drinks are becoming more attractive for food and beverage sector investors.
Heineken has acquired a brewery in Vietnam from competitor Carlsberg in order to capitalize on growth expected in the Southeast Asian beer market.
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While consumers have been curbing their intake of carbonated drinks in many markets, in Vietnam soft drinks consumption looks set to break the 1bn litres barrier this year.
Anheuser-Busch InBev says Vietnam is the ‘next turning point’ for growth in Southeast Asia, as it officially opened its first brewery in the country yesterday.
spiritsEUROPE tells BeverageDaily.com that the EU is keen to seal a free trade agreement (FTA) with Vietnam to help members including Diageo, Beam Inc. and Pernod Ricard open up a ‘priority’ market.
Nestlé says its newly opened $238m soluble coffee factory in Vietnam will meet growing demand in the region, and will allow it to better adapt products to local preferences.
Crown Holdings has commercialized two Southeast Asian facilities in Nong Khae, Thailand and Da Nang, Vietnam to meet demand for aluminium beverage cans.
Good morning Vietnam! Coca-Cola commits to $300m system investment
The Coca-Cola Company has announced plans to invest $300m in its Vietnamese system over the next few years to capture further growth opportunities in 'one of the world's major emerging markets'.
Nestlé invests €219m to boost coffee presence in Vietnam
Nestlé’s Nescafé brand is to increase its footprint in Vietnam through a CHF 230m (€219m) investment which will be used to set up a new coffee factory in the region.
Growth in South East Asia prompts Ball to invest in Vietnam
Ball has announced plans to build a new beverage can plant in Vietnam on the back of increasing demand from the growing middle class in South East Asia.
Vietnam beats China on soft drink growth rates
Vietnamese soft drinks consumption has held up in the face of the global recession with growth levels higher even than neighbouring China, according to new market research.
SABMiller milks local experience in Vietnam
Vinamilk, one of Vietnam's leading dairy companies, is to team up
with global brewer SABMiller as its looks to enter the country's
dynamic beer market.
Coca-Cola Vietnam destroys perished ingredients
Coca-Cola Vietnam was ordered last week to destroy several tonnes
of ingredients in its warehouse found to be past their best before
Can plant targets Vietnam drinks growth
Asia Packaging Industries has broken ground on a US$39 million can
factory in southern Vietnam, which is designed to meet rising
demand for packaged beverages in the market.
SABMiller signs Vietnam beer venture
SABMiller has signed a joint venture deal with a top Vietnamese
dairy company, hoping to use the firm's local knowledge and
distribution network to break into Vietnam's emerging beer market.
Vietnam sugar prices falling as imports permitted
Sugar prices are falling in Vietnam after the government permitted
several thousand tonnes to be imported to ease restricted domestic
Outdated processing equipment hampers Vietnam
The Vietnamese Ministry of Agricultural and Rural Development says
that a lack of up-to-date processing equipment is holding back
progress for much of the country's food and beverage industry.
A-B teams up with Vietnam's leading brewer
Beer giant Anheuser-Busch has continued to extend the reach of its
Asian business following its announcement to form a co-operation
agreement with Vietnam's largest brewer, Saigon Beer.