These are all the posts that have been tagged with drinks.
Japanese brewer Asahi is buying the beer business of Britain’s Fuller Smith & Turner’s for £250 million ($327 million), in a deal that will allow Fuller’s to focus on its pub and hotel holdings.
The Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA) has responded on behalf of its 130 members to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s proposals to change the use of dairy names for plant-based alternatives.
Pepsi is developing a nitrogen-infused version of its primary soda, which promises a ‘velvety, cascading foam’.
The National Restaurant Association has published its 2019 What’s Hot Culinary Forecast (aka What’s Hot Survey).
2018 was another record year for food and drink industry transactions, with 777 registered in the bevblog.net mergers and acquisitions database, an average of 15 each week.
Omya has developed a series of universal product concepts for effective energy management, including Omyafit, an instant drink in sachet portion packaging.
The British Nutrition Foundation has launched a practical guide to portion sizes, Find Your Balance, to help us understand not just which foods to eat, but how much and how often, in order to maintain a healthy weight and balanced diet.
The average 10-year-old has consumed as much sugar in their lifetime as the recommended limit for an 18-year-old, according to Public Health England (PHE).
Döhler presented pioneering ingredients, ingredient systems and integrated solutions for the beverage industry to visitors at BrauBeviale 2018. This is a sponsored message.
Research by Jonathan Davison, Beverage Analyst at GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, has identified the defining beverage market trends in 2018.
While I will always defend the industry in its continued efforts to help point consumers in the right direction when it comes to a healthy, balanced diet, I’ll also speak out when I believe it has acted irresponsibly.
So this week we learn that London mayor Sadiq Khan has confirmed that ‘junk’ food advertising will be banned on public transport in the capital from next February, following a consultation earlier this year.
Barry Callebaut Beverages UK has added a new product to its popular Classic drinks range, a hot chocolate with less sugar.
Givaudan has been developing new flavour ingredients in response to the global drive towards sugar reduction.