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Carlsberg Performance Trends 2014-2018 - results data

21 March 2019 | Nigel Huddleston

In early-February, Carlsberg released its full-year results for 2018. The brewer saw sales last year climb by 6.5% with volumes rising by just under 5%. Here, just-drinks considers Carlsberg's performance over the last five years to see what the wider beer category can learn from the Danish group.... read more


Union des Vignerons des Côtes du Rhône chases global consumer with flavour shift - Focus - ProWein 2019

20 March 2019 | Andy Morton

For an indication of how global wine consumer tastes have changed in the past few years, just look at the new portfolio from Union des Vignerons des Côtes du Rhône.... read more


The end for ZBB, the end of the wine & spirits combo and the end of provenance - The just-drinks Analyst

19 March 2019 | Ian Shackleton

Every month, Ian Shackleton, just-drinks' resident analyst, takes a look at the drinks industry through an investor lens. Here, he considers whether the Brazilian approach to business has had its day, whether Pernod Ricard will finally follow its spirits peers out of the wine category,  and whether global trade wars will dent the concept of provenance.... read more


Heineken Performance Trends 2014-2018 - results data

19 March 2019 | Richard Woodard

In early-2018, Heineken reported its results for the year prior. Sales in the 12 months of the year came in 6% up on 2017, with all reporting regions posting volumes increases.  Here, just-drinks considers Heineken's performance over the last five years to see what the wider beer category can learn from the brewer.... read more


FREE TO ACCESS - What's the outlook for smart technology in food and drink?- just-drinks FUTURES Vol. 5

18 March 2019 | Victor Martino

Smart technology has long been behind the scenes at food and beverage companies. As consumers become more tech-savvy, the rise of smart technology in the home, the shop and the production facility will continue to change the way we manufacture, order, cook and store food and drink. Victor Martino reports for just-drinks FUTURES.... read more


Top US Brewers in 2018 - The facts

13 March 2019 | Andy Morton

This week, US trade body The Brewers Association released its annual chart listing the largest brewers in the country in volume terms in 2018. Here is the top 50.... read more


Top US Craft Brewers in 2018 - The facts

13 March 2019 | Andy Morton

This week, US trade body The Brewers Association released its annual chart listing the largest craft brewers in the country in volume terms in 2018. Here is the top 50.... read more


Could consuming alcohol help with diabetes? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 224

12 March 2019 | International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

Diabetes mellitus is an increasingly-common condition throughout the world, related closely to increases in obesity and ageing of populations. Scientific data from well-conducted cohort studies have demonstrated for decades that moderate consumers of alcohol tend to have a considerably lower risk of developing diabetes in the first place. Meanwhile, diabetics who consume moderate amounts of alcohol are, in comparison with abstainers, shown to be at much lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease.... read more


How to ride the Generation Z wave in the on-premise - Consumer Trends

12 March 2019 | Laura Foster

Last month, I took a look at the growing interest among consumers for experiences.  A recent report in the UK from Red Brick Road and Opinium, provided further interesting new insights into this trend. The purpose of the report, entitled 'The Last Round? How to engage the next generation of Mindful Drinkers', was to locate sales opportunities in the on-premise channel for drinks brand owners, against a background of abstinence: Don't forget that, according to studies, around a quarter of Generation Z consumers - aged between 18 and 30 - are teetotal.... read more


International Women's Day in the drinks industry - Focus

8 March 2019 | Lucy Britner

Today, 8 March, is International Women's Day. Here, just-drinks takes a look at what drinks companies are doing to mark the occasion and champion women in our industry.... read more


How will robotics improve drinks packing? - Focus

7 March 2019 | Joe Baker at GlobalData

Robotic technologies have proved their place in helping to keep food and beverages safe. In no small part, this has been due to their ability to monitor and manage the packing stages of manufacture. In conversation with Roy Fraser, global product manager at industrial robot supplier ABB, Joe Baker investigates the trends that have fuelled the robot revolution, and considers how packaging might be further automated in the future.... read more


Eight innovations to help connect with consumers and inspire future NPD - Focus

5 March 2019 | just-drinks.com editorial team

Category analysts at data provider GlobalData have selected their favourite consumer product innovations from 2018 that they believe stand out from the crowd and connect with consumers. The company's latest consumer report, 'GlobalData's Favorite Innovations of 2018', features around 30 of the most innovative and novel products from last year, providing insight into the variety of innovation in the FMCG market as well as in foodservice. Here, are eight innovations taken from the report that have been selected from five different innovation areas - flavours, ingredients, packaging, marketing and technology.... read more


FREE TO READ - just-drinks' Mergers & Acquisitions database - February 2019

4 March 2019 | Olly Wehring

Here, just-drinks consolidates the M&A activity in the global drinks industry during February, a month that saw PepsiCo buy in to CytoSport, Constellation add to its spirits stable and Treasury Wine Estates flash its wallet in the direction of France.... read more


Pernod Ricard plans Irish assault on global gin category with latest Method and Madness launch - Focus

26 February 2019 | Andy Morton

Gin is enjoying unprecedented growth in Ireland. According to GlobalData figures, the category is expected to be Ireland's fastest growing in spirits between 2017-2022. ... read more


How Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton views the cannabis sector - Focus

22 February 2019 | Andy Morton

This week, Canopy Growth CEO Bruce Linton presented at the analyst conference CAGNY for the first time. Here's a round-up of what the biggest player in the emerging cannabis sector, and Constellation Brand's cannabis partner, had to say in Florida.... read more


Responsible drinking issues around the world - The IARD Digest - February 2019

21 February 2019 | The IARD editorial team

Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol policies worldwide, looks at what's going on in-market to promote a more responsible role for alcohol in society.... read more


From cannabis to carbs - Ten innovation trends for 2019 - focus

21 February 2019 | Lucy Britner

Earlier this month, GlobalData presented on what it believes will be the 'Ten Innovation Trends to Watch in 2019'. Here, just-drinks outlines the trends to watch for the drinks industry. ... read more


Behind the scenes at Quintessential Brands' The Dublin Liberties Distillery – Focus

21 February 2019 | Lucy Britner

Yesterday, the Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade, Simon Coveney, closed the door on the third still at Quintessential Brands' The Dublin Liberties Distillery. Spirit for Irish whiskey, which is traditionally triple distilled, can now start to be produced at the new site. Deputy editor Lucy Britner took a tour with Darryl McNally, director of Irish whiskey and also master distiller at The Dublin Liberties.... read more


How important is the plastic crisis? More important than Brexit - Sustainability Spotlight

20 February 2019 | Ben Cooper

Public policy and corporate action in relation to plastic packaging were always likely to remain much-discussed topics in 2019. Less than two months into the year, this is proving to be the case. Ben Cooper reports.... read more


Who won in results season, how to read the warning signs and will UK beer ever stop consolidating? - The just-drinks Analyst

19 February 2019 | Ian Shackleton

The just-drinks analyst returns! This month, Ian Shackleton runs his investor eye over the latest set of drinks companies' results. He also considers what to look out for before the flames take hold of a company and how the UK brewing category remains a consolidatory hotbed.... read more


Where will Pernod Ricard look for growth in 2019-2021? - Focus

15 February 2019 | Olly Wehring

Earlier this week, following the release of results for the first half of the current fiscal year, Pernod Ricard came to London to look both backwards and forwards. At the presentation, CEO Alex Ricard discussed the group's priorities for the three years starting in July 2019.... read more


Heineken 0.0's march to global success - Analysis

14 February 2019 | Lucy Britner

The general move towards moderation might not be music to the ears of some alcohol producers, but for companies that are out ahead with alcohol-free alternatives, this shift in consumer habits is now also shifting the results needle.... read more


FREE TO ACCESS - The future of personalised nutrition - just-drinks FUTURES Vol. 4

13 February 2019 | Lucy Britner

The demand for personalisation is becoming increasingly sophisticated. Consumers are starting to consider their own genetic make-up when it comes to determining what they should eat and drink. In the fourth issue of FUTURES, Lucy Britner investigates what the future of personalised nutrition could look like.... read more


Six trends shaping the cannabis beverage industry - just-drinks at the Future Cannabis Strategies Europe Conference 2019

12 February 2019 | Andy Morton

The eyes of the global cannabis industry were on London last month as some of the biggest companies in the category rolled up to the Future Cannabis Strategies Europe Conference 2019. Growers, brand owners and extraction specialists met to hear the latest on the fast-changing industry, and answer questions on regulation, technical challenges and the future course of the category. just-drinks' news & insights editor, Andy Morton, was there to cover all of the major talking points.... read more


Pernod Ricard plan under fire as investor sharpens pencil again - Analysis

8 February 2019 | Andy Morton

There must have been at least a moment of happiness for Pernod Ricard in the wake of its half-year results this week. Sales were strong, up 8%, and though that was largely down to an early Chinese new year, it was yet a further sign of a healthy international spirits category in the wake of Diageo's encouraging numbers last week. A pause for a pat on the back would not have been amiss.... read more


Why mental health benefits offer soft drinks opportunities in Europe - Analysis

8 February 2019 | just-drinks.com editorial team

Mental health is a pressing concern around the world with many consumers turning to health-enhancing ingredients to help relieve a range of conditions including stress, anxiety and insomnia.... read more


Asia "firing on all cylinders" for Carlsberg – Analysis

8 February 2019 | Lucy Britner

Aside from championing good weather and the FIFA World Cup, Carlsberg's full-year 2018 results this week highlighted robust growth in Asia. ... read more


FREE TO READ - just-drinks' Mergers & Acquisitions database - January 2019

5 February 2019 | Olly Wehring

Here, just-drinks consolidates the M&A activity in the global drinks industry during January, a month that saw Diageo and Pernod Ricard dial down their presence in the wine category and Japan's fifth-largest brewer, Orion, prepare for new owners.... read more


What will be the biggest sustainability trends in 2019? - Sustainability Spotlight

1 February 2019 | Ben Cooper

Already the most significant long-term trend affecting drinks companies, climate change will top the 2019 agenda with an acceleration in greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions urgently needed. Agricultural supply chains will be a prime focus as companies come under pressure to reduce their indirect 'Scope 3' emissions. Ben Cooper investigates.... read more


What beverage ads will air at Super Bowl 2019? - Focus

1 February 2019 | Andy Morton

Advertisers love to spring a surprise or two in their Super Bowl campaigns - anything to get people talking, and tweeting. In terms of which beverage companies are taking part, however, 2019 lacks any real shocks. ... read more


The conscious uncoupling of Walsh Whiskey and Illva Saronno - Focus

29 January 2019 | Olly Wehring

Like most relationships, the early days were the best for Walsh Whiskey and Illva Saronno. Back in the more innocent times of 2013, the two family-run spirits companies skipped through the shamrock, singing of their Irish whiskey joint-venture. In less than six years, however, the divorce is complete.... read more


Responsible drinking issues around the world - The IARD Digest - January 2019

28 January 2019 | The IARD editorial team

Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol policies worldwide, looks at what's going on in-market to promote a more responsible role for alcohol in society.... read more


Loop – How the recycle & reuse programme works - Focus

25 January 2019 | Olly Wehring

Earlier this week, a raft of food and drinks companies, including Coca-Cola European Partners, Danone and PepsiCo announced a global environmental initiative to combat the use of plastics in packaging.... read more


Choosing between beer & spirits in 2019, my drinks stock of the year and activist investors - The just-drinks Analyst

24 January 2019 | Ian Shackleton

Our resident analyst is back, in 2019! Ian Shackleton will share with us his investor perspective on the drinks industry throughout the year. This month's take sees Ian picking a favourite between beer and spirits, announcing his 'Stock to Watch' of 2019 and warning of the disruptive effects on a company from an activist investor.... read more


What are the biggest global risks facing drinks companies in 2019? - Sustainability Spotlight

23 January 2019 | Ben Cooper

The publication of the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Risks Report 2019 last week showed environmental issues again dominating the long-term global risk landscape. For drinks companies, however, their significant exposure to climate-related risk only tells part of the story, with their supply chains particularly threatened by a combination of risk factors. Ben Cooper reports.... read more


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