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PepsiCo gets real as declines force natural focus

When The Coca-Cola Co releases its first-quarter results tomorrow, we can be all but certain they will contain more bad news for US diet sod...

Comment - Soft Drinks & Water - PET Meltdown

This month, Ray Rowlands airs his concerns over the growing dependency of PET in the soft drinks industry and its negative impact on the env...

Analysis - Barley surplus shrinks but prices down

Western Europe's 2013 malting barley harvest will be good news for brewers with prices expected to fall to 6% below last year's, an analyst...

2013 InnoBev Sustainability Awards

The winners of this year's InnoBev Sustainability Awards were announced in Warsaw yesterday (16 April), during the ninth InnoBev Global Beve...

Latest Interviews

just The Answer - Heineken Ethiopia GM 14 Mar 2013

Andy Morton

Heineken last week announced plans to build a 1.5m-litre capacity brewery in Ethiopia, which, with the second-largest population in Africa, is a major focus for international brewers.

Latest News

Languedoc vineyards take EUR80m hit from hailstorm 10 Jul 14

Stuart Todd

The cost of hailstorm damage to vineyards in the Languedoc region of southern France, in terms of lost production, could total EUR80m (US$108.9m), according to trade body sources.

PepsiCo CEO sees "profound" change in US consumers 9 Jul 14

James Wilmore

The CEO of PepsiCo has acknowledged that the US is seeing a “profound” change in eating and drinking habits, but suggested the media and bloggers are partly to blame for a mistrust of food and drinks producers.

SABMiller to halve breweries' carbon footprint 9 Jul 14

James Wilmore

SABMiller is aiming to halve its carbon footprint at all its global breweries by 2020 as part of new sustainability targets.

Hailstorm hammers Burgundy for EUR75m 3 Jul 14

Stuart Todd

A hail storm has devastated over 3,000 hectares of vineyards in Burgundy, stretching from Nuits-Saint-Georges to Maçon.

A-B InBev signs barley deal with Syngenta 17 Jun 14

Andy Morton

Anheuser-Busch InBev's malting barley suppliers are to have access to “superior-yield” crops after the brewer signed a deal with a Swiss chemicals firm.

A-B InBev to cut logistics carbon emissions by 15% 5 Jun 14

James Wilmore

Anheuser-Busch InBev has pledged to cut carbon emissions in its logistics operations by 15% by 2017.

Latest blogs

Beam Inc defends "unconventional" bee campaign 28 Aug 13

Andy Morton

In a blog last week I highlighted Beam Inc's new campaign to raise awareness for the fight to combat a global decline in honey bee numbers.

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