This weeks soft drinks & bottled water coverage on just-drinks

This week's soft drinks & bottled water coverage on just-drinks

Here's a round-up of this week's top stories from the global soft drinks & bottled water categories. Click the links to see our round-ups for beer & cider and spirits & wine.

The Coca-Cola Co is poised to drop the Coke Zero variant in Australia, with Coca-Cola No Sugar set to fill the gap.

Lucozade Ribena Suntory has lined up a summer campaign for its Ribena brand in the UK, which centres around a new app.

Lucozade Ribena Suntory has lined up a GBP2.4m (US$3m) activation for its Orangina brand in the UK market. 

Our former beverage analyst Ian Shackleton has focused his attention this month on the post-election outlook in the UK and how macro uncertainty diminishes the role of the analyst. He also examines the latest data from The IWSR and laments that young people seem to be drinking less.

Predictions that last week's UK General Election would be all about Brexit turned out to be inaccurate, but it is without doubt the issue dominating its fallout. Ben Cooper assesses the likelihood of a significant change in the UK's Brexit strategy.

Coca-Cola European Partners has reiterated its outlook for performance in 2017.

Tapped Birch Water owner Nature On Tap has received a financial boost from PepsiCo as it joins the group's Europe-wide Nutrition Greenhouse programme.

Kineta Drinks has lined up the release of three RTD matcha flavours as it looks to tap in to the trend for functional drinks.

It's been a while, but one of our former beer commentators is back on just-drinks. In a guest-posting, Pete Brown considers what it takes to pull together an attention-grabbing awards submission.