Corporate social responsibility (CSR): Latest news and analysis articles
Members of the ISFAR recently considered an important critique of nearly 2m people, which confirmed the J-shaped association of moderate alc...
A number of epidemiologic studies have found that light-to-moderate alcohol intake is associated with a lower risk of developing dementia an...
If it's not one thing then it's another. Such is the way of the global drinks market....
Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol policies worldwide, looks at...
Andre de Almeida had been William Grant & Sons' director for European Travel Retail for four years when he decided earlier this year to take up the role of Global Travel Retail head at Scotch whisky specialists Loch Lomond Group. That was in July, and now the Brazilian-born de Almeida, who moved to Scotland when he was 15, faces one of the biggest challenges of his career - establishing Loch Lomond as a player in the GTR channel.
In achieving its goal to replenish water equivalent to its 2015 sales volumes "back to nature and communities", Coca-Cola gave itself a compelling sustainability story to tell consumers. Greg Koch, senior director of Global Water Stewardship at Coca-Cola, spoke with Ben Cooper about what "replenishment" means, and why getting the minutiae of the methodology right is so important.
PepsiCo has temporarily removed its craft-style beverages, Stubborn Soda and Caleb’s Kola, from US shelves after they were mistakenly made with beet sugar instead of cane.
The Portman Group has recruited the head of EU & international government relations at Tesco to become its next CEO.
PepsiCo is offering a EUR100,000 (US$106,000) prize to help uncover Europe's next big idea in nutrition.
The Coca-Cola Co has defended Fanta and Sprite after a judge in Nigeria ruled the brands were potentially poisonous.
Heineken has withdrawn from a legal fight over a disputed brand name in Romania, amid pressure from the Hungarian Government regarding its red star logo.
The world's largest brewer has committed to sourcing 100% of its purchased electricity from renewable sources by 2025.
Philadelphia’s soda tax came into force on Sunday, and is reportedly causing a stir in the city's check-out aisles.
Some people in India believe alcohol should be more difficult to purchase. Last month, the state of Bihar halted all alcohol sales as its chief minister made good on an election promise.
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