Croatia: Latest beverage news & analysis
PepsiCo has switched bottlers in Croatia to Radenska after its previous partner decided to exit the soft drinks category.
PepsiCo has confirmed it will switch production in Croatia after current partner Badel 1862 exited the soft drinks category.
Croatia's largest spirits producer Badel 1862 is to exit the non-alcoholic beverage market, according to a report.
Dalmacijavino has finally been sold, to Ostrc, following ten failed auction attempts.
The Croatian unit of Carlsberg has confirmed a change of marketing director.
The largest spirits producer in Croatia, Badel 1862, has claimed that up to 10% of its four leading products sold in its domestic market are fakes.
Patrón Spirits is set to enter Croatia's spirits market, ahead of the country's entry into the European Union this year, with a distribution deal with Mohor Trgovina.
Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Co is to cease production at a factory in Croatia, according to reports.
Red Bull has signed an agreement with Atlantic Grupa for the distribution of its namesake energy drink brand in Croatia.
Stock Spirits Group has announced the launch of two new operating territories in Central Europe.
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