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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.
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.
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.
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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.
According to figures from Public Health England (PHE), children in England have consumed more than a year’s worth of sugar in less than six months.
Market data from IRI indicates that in the two weeks following the introduction of the sugar levy (6 April 2018), sales of soft drinks in the UK rose in value by £5 million to £167m per week.
The latest export statistics from the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) reveal that Q1 2018 exports of food and drink have grown by 5.5% to £5.2bn, from £5.0bn in Q1 2017.
Following the publication of recommendations from the Commons Health and Social Care Committee on the forthcoming Childhood Obesity Plan, Dairy UK has issued the following statement.
Public Health England (PHE) has published the first assessment of progress on the government’s sugar reduction programme, measuring how far the food industry has gone towards reducing the sugar children consume through every day foods.
Public Health England (PHE) has published new guidelines for the drinks industry to reduce the amount of sugar children consume through milk based drinks and juices.
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.