These are all the posts that have been tagged with drinks.
According to BNN Bloomberg, The Coca-Cola Co. is in “serious talks” with Aurora Cannabis about developing drinks infused with marijuana. It is thought that rather than giving consumers a ‘buzz’, the drinks would be intended to relieve inflammation, pain and cramping using cannabidiol. Known as CBD, cannabidiol is a chemical found in marijuana plants but […]
With an eye on serving the Asia Pacific market, Frutarom Health is expanding the regional focus of its turmeric formula NovaSOLCurcumin.
This week we learn that the government is proposing to ban the sale of energy drinks to under 18s.
Healthy and well-balanced diets have been a constant hit for many years. More consumers are paying attention to a health-conscious diet and increasingly resorting to products with as little sugar as possible.
Cargill has announced that it is to invest $150 million in an HM pectin production facility in South America. HM pectin is a citrus fruit-based texturiser used for jams, beverages/juices, acid dairy drinks and confectionery.
Coca-Cola Great Britain has revealed a new design for the Coca-Cola range featuring new look packaging for Coca-Cola original taste and Coca-Cola zero sugar.
Here is your weekly round-up of processing news. Next week’s round-up will focus on Shelf Life news.
Here is your weekly round-up of packaging news. Next week’s round-up will focus on processing news.
Soft drinks giant Britvic is installing new production lines at its UK manufacturing sites in Leeds and Rugby.
I know I’ve banged on about sugar reduction on more than one occasion over the past few weeks, and the huge strides made by the soft drinks industry with regards to reformulation in a bid to avoid the so-called Soft Drinks Industry Levy.
A prolonged period of hot weather and England’s success at the World Cup have given retail sales a multi-million pound boost.
According to the latest Nielsen research by the Can Makers, canned drinks are seeing significant growth in the UK market.
Research showing that the majority of consumers are dissatisfied with current heating methods for on-the-go drinks has led to the development of a microwaveable solution for aseptic carton packs.
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.