These are all the posts that have been tagged with drinks.
News in this week is that sugar prices in the EU will remain low because of the abolition of production quotas, resulting in 19.5 million tonnes of sugar produced this year.
Britvic has announced a ‘positioning’ revamp for its Purdey’s drink, supported by a seasonal campaign that it says will help grow demand for healthier energy drinks this summer.
The food and beverage industry is the UK’s fastest growing export sector, according to new research.
Ball Corporation has collaborated with Attila Hildmann Empire GmbH to produce a new range of cans for its organic drink Daisho.
The UK dairy industry is “increasingly strong, vibrant and ambitious” and can successfully deal with the unprecedented challenges and opportunities it now faces.
Plant-based innovation is flourishing, thanks to continued consumer interest in health, sustainability and ethics.
Coca-Cola Turkey has launched its new summer promotional range, making use of thermochromic inks to add colour and function to ten new aluminium beverage can designs.
A beer shortage at any time of year is far from ideal. But when it hits during a UK heatwave, which also happens to coincide with the World Cup, it’s nothing short of disastrous – for both retailers and punters alike.
In response to the continued demand for new European can size formats, Ball Corporation has partnered with independent Italian craft brewery CRAK to produce “super sleek” designs for its craft beer range.
The world’s first ambient drinking yogurt with fruit and cereal pieces has been launched, thanks to a new Tetra Pak filling system.
After years of strong growth in the USA, bottled water sales surpassed carbonated soft drinks to become the largest beverage category by volume in 2016, and the numbers do not stay idle.
With summer around the corner, Mintel’s global analysts predict four food and drink trends consumers can expect at parties and celebrations this sunshine season, as it publishes its 2018 Summer Food & Drink Trends.
Here is your weekly round-up of packaging news. Next week’s round-up will focus on processing news.
Following the introduction of the Soft Drinks Industry Levy, more commonly known as the sugar tax, Britvic has launched explanatory messaging on its shrink-wrapped pallets.