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The sale of Cognac house Hine is likely to generate "significant interest" in the industry, according to an analyst.
PepsiCo's CEO, Indra Nooyi, has said she intends to deal with pricing strategies on CSDs “very carefully” ahead of a sweetener innovation the company claims will reinvent the category.
Diageo's prospects remain strong after a solid Q3 performance in North America and a better than expected showing in Western Europe, according to analysts.
Earlier today (18 April), SABMiller released a full-year trading update, reporting a 7% rise in organic group sales. Here, just-drinks take a more detailed look at sales performance by region:
Concerns about PepsiCo's beverage business remain, an analyst has warned, as Q1 volumes lagged rival The Coca-Cola Co.
The Coca-Cola Co's refranchising moves could lead to foreign bottlers such as Coca-Cola FEMSA and Arca entering the US market, an analyst has said.
This month's management briefing looks at the alcoholic drinks industry's attempts to reduce alcohol harm and promote responsible consumption.
Last week we ran the first part of just-drinks' exclusive interview with the MD of Accolade Wines' North American division, Tim Matz. In this second and final part, Matz discusses innovation, healthy wines and the pros and cons of working for a private equity firm.
It was five years ago this week that Beam Global Spirits & Wine – as Beam Inc was then known – started to come to terms with Pernod Ricard's last-minute grab of takeover target Vin & Sprit and the Absolut vodka brand at the end of March, 2008.
Today's sale of Burn Stewart Distillers to Distell may be a “vote of confidence” in the Scotch whisky industry. But it is also a symbol of the continued fallout from the near collapse of Burn Stewart's Caribbean owner, CL Financial.
In 2012, Cía de Bebidas Pepsico continued to adapt to the gloomy economic climate by holding back prices, offering its core carbonates brands at lower retail prices than its main competitor Cía Servic...
While PepsiCo has lost ground to Coca-Cola in some HW soft drinks categories, including RTD tea, bottled water and carbonates, PepsiCo is in a much stronger position in HW packaged foods. The company’...
PepsiCo India is one of the largest players in packaged foods and soft drinks in India. The holding became the new title sponsor of the Indian Premier League (IPL) for five seasons starting from 2013....
PepsiCo Deutschland GmbH is the second biggest player in carbonates in Germany. The company offers a wide product portfolio within carbonates, covering cola and non-cola carbonates through well-known ...
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