Soft drinks: Latest news and analysis articles
A recent report from Greenpeace has condemned the world's largest soft drinks producers for not doing enough to address ocean pollution caus...
Having focused (virtually) on Brazil in his last piece, this month our correspondent Ian Shackleton travels to Asia. Here, the former analys...
Yesterday, UK Prime Minister Theresa May invoked Article 50 of the European Union's constitution, formally beginning the two-year process by...
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When premium mixers firm Fever-Tree launched its IPO in late-2014, shares were priced at GBP1.34. Today, following the release of 2016's results, Fever-Tree's shares are trading at over GBP15. Late last month, just-drinks sat down with the company's founders, Charles Rolls and Tim Warrillow, who still own 21.8% of the company, to explore the reasons behind Fever-Tree's success.
In the second part of our exclusive interview with consumer futurist Will Higham, we continue to look at the younger end of the consumer spectrum, discussing provenance, rebellion and what we should actually call the next generation.
Here's a round-up of this week's top stories in the global soft drinks & bottled water categories. We have similar round-ups for beer & cider and spirits & wine.
Nichols is taking the Feel Good juice brand it bought in 2015 into the flavoured water category.
Nichols has taken its Vimto brand into the flavoured water category with the launch of Vim2o.
The Coca-Cola Co is to include Coca-Cola Life in its US Share A Coke marketing campaign for the first time.
SHS Drinks has lowered the sugar content of its Shloer sparkling juice brand to sidestep the UK's upcoming sugar tax.
The Coca-Cola Co is re-activating its Share A Coke marketing campaign in Europe, this time using popular holiday destinations instead of people's names.
Philadelphia’s soda tax came into force on Sunday, and is reportedly causing a stir in the city's check-out aisles.
Whenever we read anything about Millennial consumers, there is almost always mention of the personalisation trend as well as the importance of social media.
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