This week in soft drinks & bottled water, featuring Coca-Cola's Africa venture, growth in the iced coffee category and golfer Jordan Spieth
The week in soft drinks & water
With the festive season over for another year, Ray Rowlands steps away from the mulled wine and mince pies to consider the progress of the iced coffee segment.
The Coca-Cola Co is likely to accept Anheuser-Busch InBev as its African bottling partner after the brewer's takeover of SABMiller, an analyst has said.
Voss Water has sold a controlling stake in its namesake brand to Red Bull China owner Reignwood Group.
Energy drink brand Red Bull has launched its 2016 global competition in which consumers travel across Europe using only cans of Red Bull as currency.
Private-equity group Brynwood Partners is to buy juice maker Sunny Delight Beverages Co for an undisclosed sum.
A complaint against a Facebook advert for All Market Inc's coconut water brand Vita Coco has been thrown out by the UK's Advertising Standards Authority.
The Coca-Cola Co has recruited US professional golfer Jordan Spieth as an ambassador for its namesake CSD brand.
New UK company CanO Water has unveiled its first range of canned mineral water, claiming that the format helps cut down on waste.
Hawaiian coffee fruit beverage maker KonaRed Corp has branched out to a new category with the launch of a range of RTD cold-brew coffees.
Sanford Bernstein analyst Trevor Stirling is no stranger to the drinks industry. Having spent the late '90s as strategic planning director for Guinness Ireland, he then took on the role of packaged tr...
Anheuser-Busch InBev NV has an extensive strategic policy having just bought the American company SABMiller in 2015....
just-drinks is thrilled to welcome a new industry commentator to the fold. Until earlier this year, Ian Shackleton spent over 25 years as a beverages analyst with several major banks, including Credit...
Anheuser-Busch InBev’s top domestic priorities in 2016 are to expand its premium beer offerings whilst elevating consumer sentiment towards core brands....
The latest report from the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), assessing companies' efforts on water, reveals a strong representation from drinks companies among those companies the project considers to ...
Red Bull continues to be the world’s leading producer of energy drinks, but as competition from companies like Monster Beverages and TC Pharmaceutical Industry Co Ltd increases, the company faces new ...
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