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How technology is bringing tasting events closer to home - Consumer Trends

14 November 2019 | Lucy Britner

In a first for Amazon Prime Video, Bacardi last month used the platform to present a live whisky tasting, where audience members could order samples to taste along with experts. Guest columnist Lucy Britner explores the wider consumer trends and the future of interactive TV tastings ... read more


Protecting the brand - What does Brexit mean for drinks trademarks? - analysis

12 November 2019 | Callum Tyndall at GlobalData

The UK's pending departure from the European Union has raised a variety of uncertainties for the drinks industry, not least how to ensure its continued safety in the wake of changing regulations and agreements. One of the less explored areas is how such changes may affect trademarks and intellectual property. Callum Tyndall investigates.... read more


Can alcohol consumption slow the onset of dementia? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 233

11 November 2019 | International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

The latest study to go under The ISFAR's microscope was designed to assess the association between alcohol consumption and dementia and the roles of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and apolipoproteinEe4 (APOEE4) genotype in modifying this association.... read more


Why soft drinks companies must have nutrition & hydration as their watchwords - Sustainability Spotlight

7 November 2019 | Ben Cooper

Drinks companies are finding it increasingly difficult to persuade lawmakers not to impose taxes on sweetened soft drinks. The reasons why, Ben Cooper writes, can be found in two reports from the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).... read more


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

7 November 2019 | Olly Wehring

Here, just-drinks consolidates the M&A activity in the global drinks industry during October, a month that saw Carlsberg take control in Cambodia, Pernod Ricard consolidate in France and The Coca-Cola Co reportedly mull a sale in India.... read more


Four tips on how to start a CBD-beverage company - Focus

6 November 2019 | Thandie Sibanda

This week, just-drinks spoke to Tanisha Robinson, a former CEO of BrewDog North America and now CEO of her own CBD beverage start-up W*nder. In this exclusive chat, Robinson shared her insights into how to start a CBD-beverage company. ... read more


Slower growth for gin gives rum chance to capitalise in UK - data

28 October 2019 | GlobalData

Since 2009, when the so-called 'gin boom' began, the gin category has been on-trend, particularly in the UK. Going forward, however, rum is set to dominate the headlines, according to GlobalData, with the impressive sales growth and innovation activities of recent years giving the sector a strong advantage.... read more


Four key takeaways from William Grant & Sons' UK market report - Focus

23 October 2019 | Andy Morton

William Grant & Sons has launched its annual UK market report, which takes a deep dive into the trends shaping the alcohol category. just-drinks pulls out the leading themes from this year's study.... read more


The tariff war squib, Pernod Ricard's activist success and the latest round of drinks companies' results - The just-drinks Analyst

22 October 2019 | Ian Shackleton

just-drinks' in-house analyst, Ian Shackleton, casts his eye this month over the escalating - or not - tariff row and its effect on spirits brand owners. Ian also has some warm words for Pernod Ricard and makes some cautiously upbeat sounds about the current results reporting season.... read more


Enhanced beverage market continues to climb, despite sugar content awareness - analysis

22 October 2019 | GlobalData

The enhanced beverages segment is gaining a strong market position, especially as consumers are seeking out products that benefit their health.... read more


What were the most-mentioned drinks terms on Twitter in Q3 2019? - analysis

17 October 2019 | GlobalData

The wine category monopolised Twitter in the third quarter of 2019. GlobalData identifies some of the top tweeted terms in the beverage industry by key individuals (influencers) in the three months to the end of September.... read more


Youth gone wild - How young consumers are transforming brands - analysis

17 October 2019 | Callum Tyndall at GlobalData

As younger consumers continue to dominate the trends driving FMCGs, GlobalData's Callum Tyndall finds out how packaging is being adapted to cater to them.... read more


Corporate Social Responsibility activations around the world - The IARD Digest - October 2019

16 October 2019 | The IARD editorial team

Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol policies worldwide, reviews some of the alcohol industry's recent CSR activities. Here's a look at what's been going on in recent weeks.... read more


A bit of a blur - Why everywhere is now a drinking occasion - Consumer Trends

15 October 2019 | Lucy Britner

As consumer-facing channels continue to merge, there are few places that can't become a drinking occasion, finds guest consumer trends columnist Lucy Britner.... read more


Pernod Ricard Performance Trends 2015-2019 - results data

9 October 2019 | Richard Woodard

In late-August, Pernod Ricard released its full-year results for fiscal-2019. The group saw its sales in the 12 months to the end of June rise by 6% in organic terms on the year prior. Here, just-drinks picks through Pernod's performance over the past five years for the trends set to affect the group, specifically, and the global spirits category, more broadly.... read more


Major spirits brands dodge the US tariff bullet... for now - Analysis

7 October 2019 | Andy Morton

Last week, the US Government announced a list of imported European goods that from 18 October will be subject to extra tariffs. The list, which includes a range of spirits and liqueurs, was expected since the World Trade Organisation sided with the US in a long-running battle with the EU over aeroplane subsidies.... read more


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

1 October 2019 | Olly Wehring

Here, just-drinks consolidates the M&A activity in the global drinks industry during September, a quieter month than usual for purchases and divestments, with Anheuser-Busch InBev's acquisition in wine leading the headlines.... read more


Global Travel Retail - The state of the union - TFWA 2019 Preview

26 September 2019 | Joe Bates

This year's TFWA World Exhibition & Conference kicks off on Sunday. Ahead of the six-day Global Travel Retail event, channel commentator Joe Bates looks at the latest data, which underlines the resilience of the wider alcohol category in this most diverse of retail channels. Challenges, however, still remain.... read more


Responsible drinking activations around the world - The IARD Digest - September 2019

20 September 2019 | The IARD editorial team

Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol policies worldwide, reviews some of the industry activities designed to promote a more responsible role for alcohol in society. Here's a look at what's been going on in recent weeks.... read more


The Coca-Cola Co's delicate sports sponsorship balancing act - Sustainability Spotlight

19 September 2019 | Ben Cooper

In this month's focus on the sustainability arena, Ben Cooper considers how The Coca-Cola Co's sugar reduction efforts are being perceived by campaigners.... read more


Why Carlsberg's time is now, why Q3 is set fair for drinks and why spirits should learn from Neil Woodford - The just-drinks Analyst

17 September 2019 | Ian Shackleton

Our resident analyst, Ian Shackleton, is back for his regular look at the drinks industry from an investor's perspective. This month, Ian considers the recent turnaround at Carlsberg, what the third-quarter reporting season is set to look like and what drinks companies with maturing stock can take away from the events that have affected high-profile fund manager Neil Woodford.... read more


Plugged in, amped up - music festivals are the perfect stage for brand creativity - Consumer Trends

10 September 2019 | Laura Foster

As the summer in the UK rumbles to a close and autumn takes over, I’m packing up my festival kit once more. Away goes the tent and the thankfully-unused wellington boots, unlikely to be unearthed again until the weather warms up again next year. ... read more


Does moderate alcohol consumption in later life reduce the risk of mortality? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 232

4 September 2019 | International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

There are well-known problems inherent in most observational studies of alcohol and health. As well as having to rely on self-reporting of intake, these include single-time point consumption assessments, inadequate confounder adjustments, accounting for reverse causation, selection bias, short follow-up, residual confounding and lacking information on chronic health conditions that may mediate the association between alcohol consumption and mortality.... read more


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

2 September 2019 | Olly Wehring

Here, just-drinks consolidates the M&A activity in the global drinks industry during August, a month that saw a brace of high-profile property divestments and the intensification of the craft spirits shopping spree.... read more


Why a poor first-quarter won't cause sleepless nights for Brown-Forman - Analysis

30 August 2019 | Olly Wehring

Against a backdrop of mid-single-digit sales rises for its spirits peers, Brown-Forman would be forgiven had it taken a doom-and-gloom stance after posting a flat performance in quarter one this week.... read more


Diageo Performance Trends 2015-2019 - results data

29 August 2019 | Richard Woodard

In late-July, Diageo released its full-year results for fiscal-2019. The group saw its sales in the 12 months to the end of June rise by 6.1% in organic terms on the year-prior. Here, just-drinks picks through Diageo's performance over the past five years for the trends set to affect the group, specifically, and the global spirits category, more broadly.... read more


Responsible drinking activations around the world - The IARD Digest - August 2019

23 August 2019 | The IARD editorial team

Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol policies worldwide, reviews some of the industry activities designed to promote a more responsible role for alcohol in society. Here's a look at what's been going on in recent weeks.... read more


Why your company's use of land matters more than you think - Sustainability Spotlight

22 August 2019 | Ben Cooper

Ben Cooper looks at how the latest report from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change will influence drinks manufacturers' greenhouse gas emissions strategies.... read more


What effect does alcohol consumption have on obesity? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 231

21 August 2019 | International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

While alcoholic beverages contain calories that are absorbed, the association between alcohol intake and body weight and obesity is unclear. Limited clinical trials have not confirmed a positive association between alcohol intake and weight, while some epidemiologic studies, including prospective cohort studies, show that regular moderate drinkers are less likely to be obese than abstainers.... read more


Why drinks CEOs last longer, what your head office says about you and Anheuser-Busch InBev's box of surprises - The just-drinks Analyst

20 August 2019 | Ian Shackleton

Our resident analyst returns! Ian Shackleton is back to give us his monthly take on recent industry developments as viewed through the eyes of an investor. This month, Ian looks at the acceptable tenure for a CEO, why a company's choice of head office location matters and what has been an up-and-down few weeks for Anheuser-Busch InBev.... read more


What effect do beverages have on developing diabetes? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 230

20 August 2019 | International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

Of all lifestyle factors that relate to health and disease, probably the most difficult ones to evaluate are dietary factors, including foods, nutrients and beverages.... read more


"The door is open" for guidance upgrades - Carlsberg H1 2019 - Analysis

19 August 2019 | Lucy Britner

Good news from several Asian markets - as well as continued success with cost-savings - contributed to a positive first six months of this year for Carlsberg.... read more


How personal DNA testing will shape the future of drinking - Consumer Trends

13 August 2019 | Lucy Britner

This month, guest consumer trends columnist Lucy Britner explores how DNA testing will change what we drink, offering her own results as a bellwether.... read more


Constellation Brands Performance Trends 2015-2019 - results data

12 August 2019 | Richard Woodard

Earlier this year, Constellation Brands reported its results for the 12 months to the end of February. Sales in fiscal-2019 came in 7% up on the corresponding period a year earlier, when the group's topline also increased by the same percentage. Here, just-drinks considers Constellation's performance over the last five years.... read more


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

12 August 2019 | Olly Wehring

Here, a little later than usual, just-drinks consolidates the M&A activity in the global drinks industry during July, with Molson Coors' European exploits and Pernod Ricard's Myanmar adventure both overshadowed by Anheuser-Busch InBev's decision to offload its Australian operations to Asahi Group.... read more


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