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just the facts - Anheuser-Busch InBev asset disposals 15 Oct 2009

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Following the news this morning (15 October) that Anheuser-Busch InBev is to sell its brewing assets in Eastern Europe, we take a look at the company’s path to attaining its US$7bn disposals target.

just the facts - Lion Nathan 8 Oct 2009

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Lion Nathan yesterday (7 October) ceased to exist as a separate entity after Australia's Federal Court approved the takeover of the brewer by Japan's Kirin Holdings.

just the facts – Danone, Wahaha dispute 1 Oct 2009

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Danone said yesterday (30 September) it has agreed to sell its 51% stake in a joint venture with China's Wahaha, bringing to an end their long-running dispute and years of court battles across the globe. Here we look at five facts on the two companies.

just the facts – Guinness 25 Sep 2009

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With this week marking the celebrations of the 250th anniversary of the Guinness stout brand, here are five facts about the brand.

just the facts - Europe's beer industry 17 Sep 2009

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Read our key facts on Europe's beer sector, following a report on the European beer industry published this week by Ernst & Young for trade body Brewers of Europe.

just the facts - Johnnie Walker 10 Sep 2009

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With the news yesterday (9 September) that Diageo is to press ahead with plans to move production of Johnnie Walker from its home in Kilmarnock with the loss of around 10% of its workforce in Scotland, we take a look at five key periods in the history of Johnnie Walker.

just the facts - Cider 3 Sep 2009

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Cider firms in the UK this week said they may look to lower the alcohol content of their products, following in the footsteps of a new wave of lower alcohol beers, Henry Chevallier Guild, the new head of the UK's National Association of Cider Makers (NACM) believes.

just the facts - Consumer boycotts 27 Aug 2009

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Read our list of high-profile consumer boycotts, in our weekly just the facts.

just the facts – Disputes between drinks firms 20 Aug 2009

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In 1996, Hangzhou Wahaha Group Co, a leading beverage producer in China, began a joint venture with Danone Group to form five new subsidiaries.

just the facts - The world’s most expensive drinks 13 Aug 2009

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This month a 50-year old Glenfiddich whisky was released from Scottish distiller William Grant & Sons, at US$16,500 a bottle. However, oddly enough this is not the most expensive drink ever made.

just the facts - Industrial action in the drinks industry 30 Jul 2009

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Trade unions estimate that 20,000 people marched through the streets of Kilmarnock last weekend, to protest against proposed job cuts by Diageo.

just the facts - Tia Maria 27 Jul 2009

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Tia Maria was invented by Dr Evans in Jamaica just after World War Two and is a coffee liqueur made using Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee beans. The main flavour ingredients are coffee beans, cane spirit, vanilla, and sugar, fermented to an alcoholic content of 26.5% (alcoholic content as sold has been reduced to 20%)

just the facts - Japan's beer market 16 Jul 2009

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Following this week's news that Kirin Holdings and Suntory are in merger talks, just-drinks has compiled five essential facts on the Japanese beer market.