soft drinks report 2016
In the latest instalment of our series of digital features we reveal what consumers really think about the soft drinks tax and how concerns over sugar are already impacting the category
Can energy drinks be advertised without boobs and extreme sports? Is there such as thing as a relaxation drink? And can sugar ever be a virtue? We’ve asked creative agency RPM to find out…
Production of a lower sugar version of Coke Life began in March. So why, and how, has Coke changed the recipe just 18 months after launch?
All of the product from the affected batch was immediately impounded and will not be sold
Called Superfly, the drink was devised by cocktail expert Ryan Chetiyawardana, aka Mr Lyan
Shares in the Irn-Bru maker fizzed 2.2% higher to 559.5p on the back of its results in the year to 28 January.
NPD comes after healthy options buoyed category in 2016, according to supplier’s new report
Veggie juice start-up Moju has secured its first major supermarket listing as part of the food-to-go offering in Waitrose.
Fever-Tree to take on Coke in US dark spirits battle Subscription
PepsiCo plans experiential activity for all brands Subscription
Red Bull flies high as full-sugar sales surge Subscription
Folly or not, it’s done. But food & drink can get the best out of Brexit with a united front Subscription
There is little else for the food and drink industry to do but to try to make Brexit work in a positive and determined fashion
Two high profile investors have written to the firm to try and block the deal, although the threat is miniscule, the supermarket giant could do without their intervention
MPs must eschew multibuys and head down the takeaway Subscription
A Health Select Committee report calling for a clampdown on supermarket promotions is out of touch
Get ready for the smart home revolution Subscription
Smart home tech was all the rage at the Shoptalk conference in Las Vegas this week
It’s always fun when the Royal Family weighs in on matters of national importance