All articles by Eszter Racz
Eszter is a reporter at Just Drinks and Just Food. Prior to joining the site, she studied International Multimedia Journalism at Newcastle University. She also worked in broadcasting in Hungary, taught Hungarian as a second language in Melbourne and produced and hosted a series of podcasts as part of a bursary programme in Newcastle.
US ingredients manufacturer Baldwin Richardson Foods expands into aseptic beverages
Baldwin Richardson Foods said it would be able to make “a wide range of beverage products”.
Terroirs et Vignerons de Champagne in talks to buy Champagne Henriot
Artémis Domaines attained the Henriot brand in October after it merged with the label’s owner Maisons & Domaines Henriot.
Functional drinks to ride consumer interest in ingredients – research
More than four in ten are looking for products that support immunity, GlobalData says.
Mighty Craft looks to expand into agave and rum with equity raise
Mighty Craft saw revenues grow by 90% in the first half of its fiscal ’23.
Mark Anthony Brands extends White Claw hard seltzer brand into vodka
The move represents a first play outside of hard seltzer for the White Claw brand.
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KIV Spirits snaps up US Tequila brand Ambhar
KIV Spirits is looking to expand Ambhar’s position in its current markets and add new territories in Europe and Asia.
Bira 91 owner B9 Beverages ‘bags funding from Japan’s MUFG Bank’
The deal comes three months after Japanese beer major Kirin Holdings strengthened its interest in B9 Beverages.
Australian beer urgently recalled over “excess alcohol” concerns
The 375ml watermelon-flavoured sour from Your Mates Brewing Co. was voluntarily withdrawn on Monday (6 March).
US soft-drinks firm Jones Soda enters Europe
The company also expects to enter Germany and Spain this year.
PepsiCo reopens soft drink factory in Ukraine
Attempts by businesses in the region to restart operations are reportedly being hindered by mines left behind by Russian forces.