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How to turn food waste into a drinks product

In this month's look at sustainability in the drinks industry, Ben Cooper meets the founder of a campaign group against waste, who is market...

The dangers of setting sustainability targets

Setting an ambitious target and just failing to meet it is surely better than settling for an easy one and romping home with time to spare b...

Investors pressure drinks companies on water use

World Water Week is an opportunity for companies to convene with other stakeholders to discuss the importance of water stewardship, and also...

Sustainability in Drinks - Sugar: A Shared Priorit

Within the sustainable sourcing challenge for food and drinks producers, the focus on sugarcane is set to increase substantially over the co...

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

Climate change driving early harvests in France 22 Mar 16

Lucy Britner

The impact of drought on wine grape harvests has largely disappeared in France and Switzerland as overall climate change plays a larger role, according to a combined study from NASA and Harvard University.


Marlborough's future in the hills - Peter Yealands 16 Mar 16

Andy Morton

New Zealand winemaker Peter Yealands has warned that Marlborough could run out of vineyard space in the next few years, kickstarting a move into the region's hard hillside terrain.


Packaging deposit schemes doomed to failure - CCE 8 Mar 16

Keith Nuthall

Deposit schemes for drinks packaging will not increase reuse or recycling rates, a senior Coca-Cola Enterprises executive has claimed.


Heineken "mindful" of Nigeria amid currency woes 24 Feb 16

Andy Morton

Heineken is keeping an eye on Nigeria as currency turmoil makes it harder for the company to get money out of the country.


Coca-Cola India suspends production at three plant 12 Feb 16

just-drinks.com editorial team

The Indian unit of Coca-Cola has suspended operations in three of its plants in the country, citing low demand and absence of economic viability.


Suntory reveals Texas testing site for PET bottles 14 Jan 16

Andy Morton

Suntory Holdings is to build a testing plant in Texas to help develop new, greener PET bottles.

Latest blogs

Are you fodmap-compliant? The latest health fad uncovered 23 Nov 15

Andy Morton

Forget gluten-free. Fodmaps are the latest food trend, and if you work in the soft drinks industry it is important to know where you stand with them.


Electric cars keep Hennessy up with current trends 8 Apr 15

Andy Morton

It seems even 250-year-old Cognac houses want to be like Google these days.

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