Heres what was making the drinks news on this day in years gone by

Here's what was making the drinks news on this day in years gone by

Here's a look at what was happening on this day in...

An analyst has poured cold water on a potential split of PepsiCo's drinks and snacks businesses, saying a study of future share price potential shows “an easy defence against separation”.

SodaStream has seen its latest television advert fall foul of advertising codes in the UK.

Diageo has cut its focus on its lower priced vodka brands in the US, as it ramps up attention for the premium-and-above vodkas in its portfolio.

World wine production is set to fall to its lowest level for eight years this year due to cut-backs in Europe, the US and Australia, new figures show.

The Edrington Group has announced the closure of one of its facilities in Scotland.

The Bordeaux wine industry has said it plans to cut CO2 emissions by 15% in the next five years, and by 75% by 2050.

A committee of the European Parliament has come down firmly in favour of drastic changes to the European Commission's plans for reforming the EU's wine sector.

Foster's Group today (24 November) said it was "unaware" of any reasons behind the surge in its share price yesterday.

Japan's second-largest beer maker Kirin is in tie-up talks with several Chinese brewers, according to Chinese brewer Zhuhai Kirin President.

The world's leading soft drink groups face "significant challenges" to keep CSD volumes growing amidst prevailing consumer trends that favour healthier products, according to a report out this week from the ratings agency Fitch.

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