The lid, which has to be pulled up and twisted to allow the release of the supplement, means that consumers can mix their own drinks
Red Bull sees 'vision', says category will get wings Subscription
While sports drinks would continue to decline, claimed Red Bull, energy drinks – especially functional ones – would grow
Participants in the 5K Run or Dye events – inspired by the Hindu Holi ‘Festival of Colours’ - are blasted with safe, eco-friendly, plant-based dye powder
PG Tips gets biggest revamp in 19 years Subscription
Unilever said the revamp, which is rolling out now, was intended to make the brand easier to shop instore
Cross-industry marketing campaign There’s A Beer For That is kicking off a raft of activity…
Featuring slogans such as ‘Live for the adventure’ along with simple flavours descriptions the brand hopes to engage consumers driven away by conventional wine marketing
Lisa McGuigan brings a Wilde Thing to the UK Subscription
Eight varieties of the range are initially being offered across three tiers by distributor Copestick Murray
Wonderful Brands buys Pomegreat from administration Subscription
Wonderful Brands has purchased the assets of the Simply Great Juice Company from administration.
Asda is introducing dedicated bays for fruit-flavoured wines in most of its stores and launching an own-label range…
The ale comes in 500ml bottles and will be available through Morrisons only for the next year
On the back of 88% growth in Q1, the online beer retailer launches first pop up beer shop in London
Production boom comes as major retailers unveil their new English wine ranges
The Dorest organic tea business are the latest winners of contest which they say will be ‘transformative’
Bargain Booze owner Conviviality Retail has reported full year revenues up 2.3%, but a dip in like-for-like sales as it fought against a slower than expected rate of store openings and heavy discounting in the alcohol retail sector.
Kopparberg has announced a £5m push for its flavoured ciders and new frozen range.
Diageo is giving its Guinness Original sub-brand a retro-inspired design overhaul.
Spirits currently account for 21% (£1.1bn) of all alcohol sales in convenience, versus 26.6% (£2.7bn) in grocery
Total volume growth remained subdued for a second consecutive year at 0.8% to reach 252bn litres
The wines, which launch next week, are Bradshaw Chardonnay, Bradshaw Merlot, Feteasca Regala and Feteasca Negra
Carling Zest is available in two flavours, both 2.8% ABV: Red Berries and Crisp Citrus
The push, which will run until the end of the year, kicks off with a series of outdoor ads running in May and June that make reference to wider cultural events
The new packaging, which hits shelves from June, features a navy blue background with a spiral swirl of colour to evoke a top-down view of a cocktail glass
The beer brand has placed digital adverts at three sites on the London Underground
Three cheers for Champagne was probably not the message MEPs had in mind when they overwhelmingly backed plans last week f…
How do the calorie reduction efforts of UK soft drinks players compare with those of their counterparts overseas? And how are the steps being taken affecting sales?
In the final part of our video series, features editor Rob Brown tackles the sweetener taste problems soft drinks companies face
We take a peek inside Britvic’s testing lab as part of our sugar and stevia comparison series
Video: Britvic pt 1
Adopting a market tier definition approach means brands don’t waste resources talking to 100% of the ‘market’ regardless of the business issues
Energy waters, juice & spring water blends, fortified drinks… things are being mixed up in bottled water. Here’s how…
Despite the battering soft drinks get in the press, the industry is cutting sugar. But how are no and low sugar variants doing?
Tree waters such as birch and maple could be destined for big things. The Grocer heads to Latvia to find out more about these unusual products
The furore over Responsibility Deal reports is threatening to push alcohol back to the front of the election campaign
“Palcohol would be very divisive as many consumers would not want it to be available,” suggests Vhari Russell of The Food Marketing Expert
Wine and Champagne is in strong growth, with value and volumes up. Look no further than the astounding growth of Prosecco.