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William Grant & Sons has stayed quiet on speculation that it is one of a handful of companies looking to buy Scotch whisky liqueur brand Dra...
The UK's competition authority has signalled it is happy with Emperador Inc as the buyer of Diageo-controlled Whyte & Mackay (W&M), but is a...
Bacardi has said it “firmly disagrees” with claims by American football team the New England Patriots, which is suing the drinks group for a...
Coca-Cola FEMSA has seen sales in its half-year receive a boost from last year's purchases in Brazil and Mexico.
Coca-Cola Enterprises has declared its latest quarterly dividend.
Compañía Licorera de Nicaragua has lined up a seven-year-old white variant of its Flor de Caña rum brand.
Liqs has expanded the US distribution of its namesake cocktail shots into two new states eight months after launching in Florida.
William Grant has released its first batch of Kininvie 17 Year Old single malt Scotch whisky into Travel Retail.
San Francisco’s residents are set to have their say on whether the city introduces a tax on sugary soda, according to reports.
PepsiCo has reported a 1% lift in beverage volumes in its second quarter, although net profits in the three-month period fell slightly.
The UK body for alcohol retailer standards has appointed a Tesco executive as it new chairman.
Diageo has been warned not to imply alcohol can “overcome boredom” in its future advertising in the wake of a ban on a Facebook ad for its Captain Morgan rum brand.
Allied Blenders & Distillers and Tilaknagar Industries have reopened talks over a potential merger, just-drinks has learnt.
US craft brewer Green Flash is set to launch its flagship beer in Europe after agreeing a production and distribution deal with Belgium brewer St-Feuillien.
Vineyards on California's Malibu Coast are able to geographically label their products after the region won official recognition as an American Viticultural Area (AVA).
Monster Beverage has said there is no “credible evidence” it is implicated in the case of a 16-year-old boy who suffered heart failure and an unspecified injury after allegedly drinking a can of the firm's namesake energy drink.
Campbell Soup Co has unveiled plans to “revitalise” its beverage business by expanding its V8 vegetable juice flavours and taking the brand into protein shakes.
The Coca-Cola Co has seen sales and profits struggle in both the first half of 2014 and the second quarter.
William Grant & Sons has stayed quiet on speculation that it is one of a handful of companies looking to buy Scotch whisky liqueur brand Drambuie.
The UK's competition authority has signalled it is happy with Emperador Inc as the buyer of Diageo-controlled Whyte & Mackay (W&M), but is awaiting the result of a public consultation before making a final ruling.
Living Essentials, the makers of 5-Hour Energy drinks, has said it refuses to be “bullied” after three US states filed lawsuits against it for allegedly deceptive ads.
CL Financial's House of Angostura unit has lined up the US launch of an Amaro liqueur under the Angostura brand name.
Ardagh Group has confirmed plans to close one of its glass bottle production sites in the US, with around 290 jobs set to be lost.
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