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GLOBAL: Water set for Asian soft drinks top spot - research 19 Feb 2007

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Asian soft drinks consumption continues to rise, according to recent figures.

RESEARCH: China spirit slide still bodes well for importers 16 Feb 2007

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A decline in the core spirits market in Asia should not be seen as a deterrent to international alcoholic drinks companies from entering the market, if the findings of a recent report on the Chinese market for beers, wines and spirits, published by Access Asia, are anything to go by.

RESEARCH: Health and wellness - you look good, we look good 5 Feb 2007

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Consumer motivations behind the increasing take-up of healthier and functional food and drinks are not just about seeking better health, according to a new report from Business Insights. Moreover, the report points out some striking national variations in the cultural reaction to the health and wellness trend.

RESEARCH: Drinks top loyalty charts 31 Jan 2007

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A new report from Business Insights suggests that alcoholic and soft drinks brands retain the strongest consumer loyalty across all food and drinks sectors, but in today’s highly competitive and commercialised marketplace, brand loyalty is under greater pressure than ever before. Ben Cooper reports.

GLOBAL: 'Diet' to drive CSDs - research 8 Jan 2007

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Low-calorie carbonated soft drinks will be the main driver for growth in CSDs, according to a recent report.

UK: Goldman Sachs raises InBev targets 13 Nov 2006

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Goldman Sachs has raised its price target for the global brewer InBev.

UK: Brits bingeing but overall consumption falling 7 Apr 2006

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The UK has emerged as Europe’s biggest binge drinking nation despite a fall in the total amount of alcohol consumed on a night out.

RESEARCH: Consumer scepticism on the rise 31 Mar 2006

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The UK has become a nation of consumer sceptics, according to recent research. Less than half - 44% - of the UK population trusts nutritional claims made by food and drink companies