The most popular items among just-drinks subscribers this week

The most popular items among just-drinks' subscribers this week

Here are the ten most viewed, subscriber-only items on just-drinks this week:

10. Analysis - Rain puts Russian barley harvest at risk

Hopes of a high-quality barley harvest in Russia have been put at risk by heavy rain, according to an analyst. 

9. Focus - Carlsberg's H1 Performance by Region

Carlsberg reported a slight rise in first-half profits and sales earlier today (21 August). Here, just-drinks takes a look at the brewer's performance by region: 

8. just On Call - Heineken "buckles up" for uncertain future

The head of Heineken has warned investors to “buckle up” as economic uncertainty leaves the Dutch brewer with a “volatile” outlook.

7. Analysis - Carlsberg's Russia woes continue but H1 "ticked some boxes"

Carlsberg's first-half results do not yet signal a Russian turnaround, but the Danish brewer is on the right track in the difficult market, an analyst has said.

6. just On Call - Carlsberg stays bullish on China despite slowdown

Carlsberg remains confident on its long-term prospects in China despite seeing a slowdown in growth in the country this year.

5. Focus - Treasury Wine Estates' FY Performance by Region

Earlier today (22 August), Treasury Wine Estates released its results for the 12 months to the end of June. Here, just-drinks takes a closer look at the group's performance by region:

4. Comment - Soft Drinks & Water - Juice Volumes Squeezed in West Europe

This month, Richard Corbett looks at the juice category and its recent struggles in Western Europe. How does the future look for juice in the region?

3. Analysis - Tiger takes bite out of brand Heineken

Heineken's flagship beer brand has seen its volumes decline in the first half of the year as growth rates slowed in emerging markets, an analyst has said.

2. Analysis - India to bridge emerging markets' barley gap

India is poised to become a key hub for barley production as beer demand in emerging markets continues to grow at twice the pace of developed markets, a new study has claimed.

1. Comment - Spirits - Searching for the Next Johnnie Walker

This month, Ian Buxton runs the rule over Diageo's recently-announced spirits start-up support programme.

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