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The economic slowdown in China could last for another nine months, an analyst has warned in the wake of Pernod Ricard's latest results.
This month, Tom Vierhile from Datamonitor considers the threats to the milk category and finds competition closer to home than one might imagine.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group has yet to impress with its low-calorie Ten portfolio after first-quarter results disappointed, an analyst has said.
A Westons director has said cider can make a breakthrough in China, but the group’s key export focus remains Australia.
A PepsiCo merger with snacks giant Mondelez could see it sell off its beverage business for as much as US$60bn, with Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI) a possible suitor, an analyst has suggested.
US spirits volumes fell last month with Diageo's brands the worst hit, according to latest industry figures.
Today (25 April), Pernod Ricard released its year-to-date results. Here, just-drinks takes a look at the company's performance by region and brand.
Heineken's CFO has admitted that problems in key markets have curbed volumes momentum for the brewer, with full-year growth likely to come in under expectations.
In his latest comment piece for just-drinks, soft drinks & bottled water observer Richard Corbett tells us of his time out in the jungle, and what it taught him about the future for the category.
It was five years ago this week that the brewing industry said its final farewell to Scottish & Newcastle. The UK-based company saw its shares cease trading on 25 April, 2008, after Carlsberg and Heineken teamed up to buy and then split up the firm.
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just-drinks continues its management briefing series on environmental sustainability this month, with a focus on the spirits industry. Part one of this four-part briefing considers the broader value c...
As well as ranking third in the global spirits market, Pernod Ricard is the world’s fourth largest wine producer. This profile analyses the company’s efforts to adapt its wine offer to challenging and...
In the second part of this month's just-drinks management briefing, looking at environmental sustainability in the spirits industry, Ben Cooper highlights the need to work closely with suppliers....
Over the last 10 years of rapid acquisitions, Pernod Ricard has built a strong portfolio of premium brands on a global scale. Most of its brands enjoy a leading position in international markets. The ...
just-drinks continues its management briefing series on environmental sustainability this month, with a focus on the spirits industry. This, the penultimate part of the four-part briefing, turns the s...
With very limited resources for expansion through acquisition until at least 2015, Pernod Ricard’s key focus has to be through organic growth. The profile looks at how its current portfolio of brands ...
Alcoholic Drinks in Denmark industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market share, market size (value and volume 2007-11, and forecast to 2016). T...
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