just For Subscribers - The week in drinks
The most popular items among just-drinks subscribers this week
Here are the ten most viewed, subscriber-only items on just-drinks this week:
Carlsberg today (19 May) launched a new campaign for its Tuborg beer as it targets 18- to 22-year-olds, particularly in Eastern Europe and Asia. Here's just-drinks takes a look at the lager brand and its position in the global market.
An inverse or reduced risk association between moderate alcohol consumption and total mortality has been reported in most prospective epidemiologic studies, even after adjustments for all known potential confounders such as educational level, job and health.
SABMiller expects the disruption it has faced in some African markets to “moderate”, but Zimbabwe is likely to still prove problematic, according to the group's CEO.
Earlier today, C&C Group reported a strong rise in full-year sales, but profits slipped due to costs from integrating acquisitions. Here, just-drinks takes a look at the company's performance by region.
Has Tom Vierhile discovered the sugar-alternative silver bullet? If you kiss enough frogs, we're told, you’ll eventually find your prince. Soft drink makers thought they found their prince with stevia. Coca-Cola pinned its turnaround hopes on stevia in the UK in 2013, going as far as replacing 'regular' Sprite with a stevia-sweetened version with 30% less sugar.
Britvic's CEO has said it is trialling its dilute brands in the US, but the focus remains on Fruit Shoot after securing nation-wide distribution.
Treasury Wine Estates may cut up to 5% of its workforce as part of a cost-cutting plan intended to turnaround falling profits and stave off takeover bids.
Henry Ashworth has faced plenty of challenges since taking the reins at the Portman Group in 2011. Dealing with the fall-out from decisions by the group's independent complaints panel and the ever-agitating UK healty lobby means life is rarely dull. Here, Ashworth talks to just-drinks' deputy editor James Wilmore about the group's work, and a certain Scottish brewer.
Who'd have thought it? Treasury Wine Estates, a company that, in the recent past, has scrabbled around trying to find someone to buy its wine business, has finally received a takeover offer. And, they've only gone and rejected it.
Never far from the headlines, Monster Beverage Corp has caught Richard Corbett's eye; be it for its near-constant presence in litigation or its healthy set of Q1 numbers earlier this month.
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