Trinidad and Tobago: Latest beverage news & analysis
Trinidad & Tobago rum company Angostura Holdings has confirmed its CEO is on administrative leave.
Trinidad & Tobago rum company Angostura has countered reports in local media that its rum stocks are "under audit".
Carlsberg is set to return to Trinidad & Tobago, through an import partnership with NWT Enterprises in the market.
The CEO and MD of Angostura Holdings, Wayne Yip Choy, has left his post at the rum distiller, according to a local report.
Molson Coors Brewing Company has begun selling Coors Light in Trinidad and Tobago.
CL WorldBrands has announced two senior appointments.
Angostura Holdings has made a friendly bid for a major stake in the parent company of rum producer Wray & Nephew.
Angostura has launched its first new bitters for nearly 200 years.
Most of the time, changes at the top of a company present themselves in press releases, stock exchange filings or responses from a spokesperson.
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