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. just The Preview - SABMiller's Q2 & H1

SABMiller released its second-quarter and half-year results on Thursday (21 November). just-drinks took a look at the highs and lows for the brewer in the three months to the end of September.

9. International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 128: Little Effect of Alcohol Consumption on Breast Cancer Risk Found among African-American Women

Alcohol is known to be a risk factor for breast cancer in Caucasian women, but the evidence in African-American (AA) women is limited and results from previous studies are inconclusive.

8. Focus - SABMiller's H1 Performance by Region 

SABMiller released its first-half results this week. Here's a closer look at the company's performance by region in the six months to the end of September.

7. Analysis - Anheuser-Busch InBev faces pitfalls in union talks

Anheuser-Busch InBev is at risk of reputation damage and higher costs as it prepares to renegotiate its contract with brewery workers union, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, according to an analyst.

6. Analysis - SABMiller set for slower developing markets growth

An analyst has forecast “more normalised” growth in SABMiller's developing markets, the brewer's main source of profit.

5. UK: Britvic international MD leaves after unit reshuffle

The MD of Britvic's international unit has left the company in the wake of a structural shake-up

4. Sustainability in Wine - Part I - Wine's Footprint and the Focus on the Vineyard 

This month's just-drinks management briefing focuses on environmental sustainability in the global wine sector. In part one, Ben Cooper considers the production chain, from grape to glass.

3. Analysis - PepsiCo would find no value in snacks and drinks split

An analyst has poured cold water on a potential split of PepsiCo's drinks and snacks businesses, saying a study of future share price potential shows “an easy defence against separation”.

2. just On Call: SABMiller CEO "fine" with China slowdown

The head of SABMiller has said he has seen no slowdown in Africa, and shaken off concern over a slowdown in China. 

1. Analysis - Diageo indicates Guinness not for sale, but 'non-core' assets could go 

Diageo has appeared to rule out selling its Guinness brand, but other “non-core” beer and wine assets could be put on the market, according to an analyst.