These are all the posts that have been tagged with alcohol.
Pimlico Confectioners has announced the launch of its latest product: Jelly Babies Sweets Tubs in sharing and on the go variations.
According to data compiled by Swinton Business in its Industry Trends Report, the UK beverage manufacturing industry has seen substantial growth, with the overall number of registered businesses almost doubling in just seven years.
Westons Cider has launched its third annual Cider Report ahead of the 2018 summer cider season, revealing a series of new opportunities for drinks retailers across both the UK’s on and off trade.
It has been a big week for retail news, with the proposed Sainsbury’s/Asda merger getting a lot of attention.
According to data and technology specialist IRI, demand for convenience and food and drink ‘on-the-go’ is helping to drive sales of snacking products, particularly crisps and salty snacks, across Europe.
Appetite for British food and drink from overseas continues to strengthen with alcohol at the top of the menu, according to research conducted by supply chain and data standards organisation GS1 UK.
UK shoppers continue to show their support for Fairtrade, with new independent sales figures revealing that retail sales for Fairtrade grew by 7% in 2017, alongside increased business engagement.
Coca-Cola is planning to produce its first ever alcoholic drink in Japan.
Food Standards Scotland (FSS) has launched two new reports highlighting the challenge for people in Scotland to have a healthier diet and reduce their risk of diet related diseases.
The latest export statistics from the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) reveal that any failure to secure continued access to the EU’s many preferential trade deals could have serious implications for the food and drink industry, with exports to these markets now worth more than £2bn to UK producers.
As the UK prepares to negotiate fresh trade deals abroad, new global research from Barclays Corporate Banking reveals two fifths (39%) of international consumers would be more inclined to buy a product if it displayed the Union Jack.
A review of published research conducted by nutrition scientists at the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) reveals a very limited evidence base to support some of the ingredients used in popular orally consumed beauty supplements that promise ‘youthful’, ‘firm’ and ‘glowing’ skin.
Organic dairy brand Rachel’s has expanded its popular Greek style range with the launch of its new Limited Edition Strawberry and Marc de Champagne Greek style yogurt.
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