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Andy Morton

Andy MortonBiography

Andy Morton started out in journalism in Glasgow, where he wrestled in mashed potato and wrote about Highland cows.

Tiring of the high-brow, he travelled the world working as an itinerant sub-editor in cities including Taipei, Sydney and Shanghai. While in Hanoi, he brought to the world's attention the Scottish-Vietnamese fusion dish dog haggis.

He is now back in the UK with just-drinks after four years in Chengdu, China.

Articles by Andy Morton

Heineken said interest in no-alcohol products is increasingAre we about to see a no-alcohol Heineken? - Comment 2 September 2015

Last week, Heineken held its quarterly 'What's Brewing' seminar, a chance for analysts to hear the latest strategy from the brewer.


A-B InBev is the worldAnheuser-Busch InBev's Global Presence - just The Facts 2 September 2015

Anheuser-Busch InBev is holding an investors seminar in Guangzhou, China. Here's a low-down on the company's global footprint and its core brands.


A-B InBev wants to double Stella Artois salesAnheuser-Busch InBev targets Stella Artois sales surge 2 September 2015

Anheuser-Busch InBev has said it will double global sales of Stella Artois as it looks to accelerate growth across its core portfolio.


Molson CoorsProduct Launch - Molson Coors' Sharp’s Brewery Rising Tide 2 September 2015

Molson Coors' Cornwall brewery, Sharp's, has released a limited-edition amber ale.


Anheuser-Busch InBev targets aluminium bottle boost in US 2 September 2015

Anheuser-Busch InBev is to increase production of its Budweiser and Bud Light aluminium bottles with a US$170m upgrade at a US facility.


Product Launch - Britvic's Tango Orange Sugar Free 2 September 2015

Britvic is continuing to cut sugar from its portfolio with the release of a sugar-free Tango Orange.


Product Launch - Gordon & MacPhail's Generations Mortlach 75-year-old 2 September 2015

Gordon & MacPhail has launched a new Mortlach expression that was laid down just after the start of the Second World War.


Clarke is in line for future incentivesTreasury Wine Estates head paid AUD3.23m in first year 2 September 2015

Treasury Wine Estates' CEO, Michael Clarke, earned AUD3.23m (US$2.26m) for his first full year in the job, with future bonuses liable to add another million.


Heineken integrates cider and beer, targets global growth 1 September 2015

Heineken is looking to premiumise the global cider category by incorporating cider production within its existing breweries.


The World Cup in Brazil helped to boost beer salesUK beer sales down as World Cup hangover kicks in 1 September 2015

UK beer sales slipped in the past 12 months as the industry struggled against a football-free summer, new figures have shown.


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