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Campari Group Performance Trends 2016-20 - results data

14 May 2021 | Richard Woodard

In February, Campari Group released its full-year results for 2020. Like its brand owner peers, the company was down in sales terms last year, by 4.1%. Here, Just Drinks picks apart Campari's numbers over the last five years and considers the trends that are set to shape the future for the company and the spirits category as a whole.... read more


Why beverage brands should join the race for 'metaverse' domination - consumer trends

11 May 2021 | Laura Foster

A question for you: Have you ever thought about selling virtual drinks to consumers? This might sound like a wild idea to some in the beverage industry, but your competitors may already be working on such a concept.... read more


Alcohol's sustainability and responsibility activations around the world - The IARD Digest - April 2021

10 May 2021 | The IARD editorial team

Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol-related health and policy research worldwide, reviews some of the alcohol category's most recent sustainability initiatives and socially responsible actions to reduce harmful drinking.... read more


Tough pricing decisions ahead for brand owners as aluminium shortages bite - analysis

7 May 2021 | Andy Morton

Widespread aluminium shortages last year compounded a miserable 12 months for brewers and soft drinks makers that rely on the metal for packaging. As the first quarter results for this year roll in, CEOs and leading executives are telling analysts what the effect of those shortages are having on their company's costs, and throwing light on how they will influence prices in the months ahead.... read more


Who is Anheuser-Busch InBev's next CEO? just-drinks looks at Michel Doukeris - focus

6 May 2021 | Rhodri Morgan

On 1 July, Anheuser-Busch InBev's president of US operations, Michel Doukeris will assume the role of company CEO, replacing 15-year incumbent Carlos Brito. Here, just-drinks takes a closer look at Doukeris, a 25-year A-B InBev veteran.... read more


Anheuser-Busch InBev in Q1 2021 - results preview

5 May 2021 | Andy Morton

On Thursday, Anheuser-Busch InBev will announce its results from the first quarter of 2021. The numbers are the first to follow 2020's full-year sales decline of 3.7%. Here's a look at the news that is likely to have shaped the group's performance in the three months to the end of March.... read more


Campari faces familiar troubles as it strikes out into new territory - analysis

5 May 2021 | Andy Morton

It is hardly the fault of Campari Group that the coronavirus has effectively shut down the Italian on-premise and disrupted international travel. But, the group is very clearly facing the consequences.... read more


Molson Coors Performance Trends 2016-20 - results data

29 April 2021 | Richard Woodard

In February, Molson Coors Beverage Co released its full-year results for 2020. The now-multi-category group posted an 8.7% dip in sales from the year, driven by a near-30% top-line tumble in Europe. Here, just-drinks picks apart Molson Coors' numbers over the last five years and considers the trends that are set to shape the future for the company and the categories Molson Coors operates in.... read more


Molson Coors Beverage Co in Q1 2021 - results preview

28 April 2021 | Olly Wehring

On Thursday, Molson Coors Beverage Co will announce its results from the first three months of 2021. The numbers are the first set to follow 2020's full-year sales decline of 8.7%. Here's a look at the news that is likely to have shaped the group's performance in the three months to the end of March.... read more


Spirits grabs its 'YOLO' moment as Remy Cointreau leads the way - analysis

28 April 2021 | Andy Morton

Earlier this week, Liberium analyst Joachim Klement highlighted new research that shows credit card spending spikes in the wake of traumatic events such as a terrorist attack. Does this, wondered Klement, suggest that businesses are set for a post-COVID sales boost?... read more


What will Anheuser-Busch InBev's priorities be for the years ahead? - analysis

26 April 2021 | Richard Woodard

Earlier this month, just-drinks analysed Anheuser-Busch InBev's performance trends over the last five years. In this excerpt from the report, we consider what's currently top of inbox for CEO Carlos Brito.... read more


Carlsberg in Q1 2021 - results preview

26 April 2021 | Olly Wehring

On Wednesday, Carlsberg will announce its results from the first three months of 2021. The numbers are the first set to follow 2020's full-year sales decline of 8.4%. Here's a look at the news that is likely to have shaped Carlsberg's performance in the three months to the end of March.... read more


Earth Day 2021 Special - How ESG data could be used to measure brand owners' reputations - sustainability spotlight

22 April 2021 | Ben Cooper

As major drinks brand owners time their announcements about renewable energy, regenerative agriculture and paper bottles to coincide with Earth Day, Ben Cooper reflects on the relationship between sustainability, PR and reputation.... read more


Heineken throws Q1 surprise but stage set for LatAm battle - analysis

22 April 2021 | Andy Morton

On the face of it, Heineken delivered a disappointing set of first-quarter results this week. In its major market, Europe, beer volumes dropped by 10% as on-premise performance cratered because of the coronavirus lockdown. In the UK, for example, on-premise volumes (and presumably sales, although Heineken doesn't disclose them in Q1 and Q3) dropped to near-zero.... read more


Remy Cointreau in fiscal-2021 - results preview

21 April 2021 | Olly Wehring

On Friday, Remy Cointreau will announce the results of its fiscal-2021. The numbers, to the end of March, have as their base a 1.6% sales decline from the nine months to the end of December. Here's a look at the news that is likely to have shaped Remy's performance in its Q4 reporting period.... read more


Why Kirin's hopes in beer are no more, why company results don't really matter right now and who's better, Coke or Pepsi? - The just-drinks Analyst

20 April 2021 | Ian Shackleton

In his latest investor-based take on the drinks industry, former analyst Ian Shackleton takes a look at Kirin's broken promises, a results season where the latest numbers matter less than the future ones and who's currently on top in the Cola Wars.... read more


Pernod Ricard in year-to-date fiscal-2021 - results preview

20 April 2021 | Olly Wehring

On Thursday, Pernod Ricard will announce the results from the first nine months of its fiscal-2021. The numbers, to the end of March, have as their base a 3.9% sales decline from the six months to the end of December. Here's a look at the news that is likely to have shaped Pernod's performance in its Q3 reporting period.... read more


Is consuming alcohol good for avoiding cataracts? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 248

19 April 2021 | International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

Members of The International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research were generally impressed by a recent analysis of a large number of cases of cataract surgery in the UK; there were reasonable measures of the exposure (alcohol consumption), including the amount and type of beverage consumed and appropriate potentially confounding factors were taken into consideration.... read more


Why COVID has changed trade shows forever - focus

15 April 2021 | Andy Morton

Trade shows, a staple of everyone's business year, have been among the hardest-hit sectors during the coronavirus pandemic. Their very design goes against even the loosest virus controls: packed with people who like to shake hands, often international and - in beverages, at least - lots of sampling.... read more


Anheuser-Busch InBev Performance Trends 2016-20 - results data

14 April 2021 | Richard Woodard

In late February, Anheuser-Busch InBev released its full-year results for 2020. The brewing giant posted a 3.7% dip in sales from the year, on a volumes decline of 5.7%. Here, just-drinks picks apart A-B InBev's numbers over the last five years and considers the trends that are set to shape the future for the company, specifically, and the beer category, more broadly.... read more


How COVID has closed the digital gap between young and old - consumer trends

13 April 2021 | Laura Foster

When it comes to contemplating older consumers and their digital consumption, stereotypes about tech-phobic grannies who refuse to buy smartphones or use internet banking often come to mind. Yet, while this has been true to a certain extent, the basis on which the stereotype formed is starting to disappear.... read more


The top US brewers in 2020 - data

12 April 2021 | Rhodri Morgan

Late last week, US trade body The Brewers Association released its annual chart listing the largest brewers in the country in volume terms in 2020. Here is the top 50.... read more


The top US craft brewers in 2020 - data

12 April 2021 | Rhodri Morgan

Late last week, US trade body The Brewers Association released its annual chart listing the largest craft brewers in the country in volume terms in 2020. Here is the top 50.... read more


What will The Coca-Cola Co's priorities be for the years ahead? - analysis

7 April 2021 | Richard Woodard

Earlier this week, just-drinks analysed The Coca-Cola Co's performance trends over the last five years. In this excerpt from the report, we consider what's currently top of inbox for CEO James Quincey.... read more


Constellation Brands in fiscal-2021 - results preview

7 April 2021 | Olly Wehring

On Thursday, Constellation Brands will announce the results from its fiscal-2021. The numbers, to the end of February, bring to an end a 12-month period that saw year-to-date sales rise by 3.4% to US$6.66bn. Here's a look at the news that is likely to have shaped Constellation's performance in its Q4 reporting period.... read more


Why Ocean Spray Wave could have TikTok to thank for 'Dream' launch - analysis

1 April 2021 | GlobalData

Ocean Spray Cranberries' latest addition to its namesake drinks brand ticks many boxes for US consumers, while the co-operative's viral online smash last year also bodes well for Ocean Spray Wave.... read more


The Coca-Cola Co Performance Trends 2016-20 - results data

31 March 2021 | Richard Woodard

In mid-February, The Cola-Cola Co posted a 9% dip in sales from the 12 months of 2020. An improved performance in the final quarter failed to offset the COVID-impacted second and third quarters for the soft drinks giant. Here, just-drinks picks apart Coca-Cola's numbers over the last five years and considers the trends that are set to shape the future for the company, specifically, and the soft drinks category more broadly.... read more


The battle for beer dominance in Vietnam - market data

26 March 2021 | Rhodri Morgan

Earlier this year, South Asian brewer ThaiBev confirmed plans to launch an IPO for its combined Thai and Vietnamese operations on the Singapore Stock Exchange.... read more


Why premium mixers will be winners in the post-COVID environment - analysis

25 March 2021 | GlobalData

In a move designed to capitalise on the at-home cocktail trend, PepsiCo has unveiled Neon Zebra, a four-strong line of mixers, in the US.... read more


Could hard seltzer shape the future for French wine? - analysis

24 March 2021 | GlobalData

One of the main consumer trends to have been accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic is the move towards low- & no-alcohol. Capitalising on this more than any other beverage category has been hard seltzer, which provides a booming growth opportunity for wine brand owners.... read more


Alcohol's sustainability and responsibility activations around the world - The IARD Digest - March 2021

23 March 2021 | The IARD editorial team

Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol-related health and policy research worldwide, reviews some of the alcohol sector's recent sustainability initiatives and socially-responsible actions to reduce harmful drinking.... read more


How brands can ride Twitter to social media success - analysis

22 March 2021 | Wine & Spirits Daily

The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the movement of conversations to online platforms, raising the profile among consumers of digital and social media. Consequently, as Twitter's alcohol & dining lead, Nish Mehta, confirmed at January's 'Wine & Spirits Daily Summit', a lot more brands took advantage of the Twitter platform in 2020 and into 2021.... read more


Why cutting your CO2 emissions is good for post-COVID business - analysis

22 March 2021 | Nick Ferris at Energy Monitor

Companies the world over are becoming increasingly convinced that reducing carbon emissions can have a positive impact on market demand, reputation and even supply chains, writes Nick Ferris.... read more


Heineken's hard seltzer switch and the rise of ranch water - focus

22 March 2021 | Andy Morton

Heineken CEO Dolf van den Brink's announcement last month the brewer is to boost flagging growth with non-beers such as hard seltzer was big news for the industry. For Cecilia Bottai Mondino, however, it was proof of just how important her job has become.... read more


What will Heineken's priorities be for the years ahead? - analysis

18 March 2021 | Richard Woodard

Earlier this week, just-drinks analysed Heineken's performance trends over the last five years. In this excerpt from the report, we consider what's currently top of inbox for CEO Dolf van den Brink.... read more


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