Thailand: Latest beverage news & analysis
PepsiCo's partnership with Serm Suk is under threat after 59 years, signalling the dawn of a new and inevitably challenging era for the soft drinks firm in the country.
Pernod Ricard's wine unit has launched a Jacob's Creek blended red in Thailand designed to match the country's cuisine.
ThaiBev has posted a sharp drop in YTD net profits as falling beer sales, caused by a halt in production, hampered the group.
PepsiCo is rolling out its Mountain Dew brand in Thailand, backed by a multi-media marketing campaign.
The Coca-Cola Co has ramped up its Share a Coke campaign with packaging in Thailand that features compliments such as “handsome one” and “beautiful one”.
ThaiBev has seen the cycling of tough comparatives for its Serm Suk soft drinks unit hamper performance in the first half of this year.
Coca-Cola's Thailand unit has launched the company's first herbal drink.
ThaiBev has posted a strong set of numbers for 2012 as its purchases of Serm Suk and a major stake in Fraser & Neave came into play in the year.
Boon Rawd Trading International has extended its Singha beer brand's sponsorship of Manchester United until 2016.
Coca-Cola Co Thai bottler ThaiNamthip has formed a JV with a Laos construction company and will open a bottling and distribution plant in the Laotian capital.
PepsiCo has lined up a US$600m investment programme in Thailand as it prepares to go it alone in the country.
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