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Corporate Social Responsibility activations around the world - The IARD Digest - February 2020

25 February 2020 | 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


Why studies into the link between alcohol and breast cancer have produced different results - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 236

21 February 2020 | International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

The relationship between alcohol consumption and the risk of breast cancer has been the subject of innumerable epidemiologic studies over many decades, with most showing a slight increase in risk even for light drinking. However, it has been shown that this relationship is attenuated when certain potential confounders are adjusted for, including folate levels, frequency of binge drinking and the use of post-menopausal hormonal therapy.... read more


Moët Hennessy Performance Trends 2015-2019 - results data

19 February 2020 | Richard Woodard

In late-January, Moët Hennessy reported a 6% increase in sales from 2019. Here, just-drinks picks through the wine & spirits group's performance over the past five years for the trends set to affect the company, specifically, and the global wine and spirits categories, more broadly.... read more


Beer big guns on the move, Suntory's buy into Edrington and running the rule over results - The just-drinks Analyst

18 February 2020 | Ian Shackleton

The lively start to 2020 for the global drinks industry has given just-drinks' in-house analyst plenty to think about. In his latest outing, Ian Shackleton looks at two senior management changes in beer, Suntory Holdings' purchase of a stake in Edrington and the latest round of company results that we've reported on.... read more


Heineken’s strong global footprint leaves big shoes to fill - analysis

13 February 2020 | Lucy Britner

This week featured what analysts have dubbed a "big 24 hours" for the world’s second-largest brewer.... read more


Who is using TikTok and how can drinks brands take advantage? - consumer trends

11 February 2020 | Lucy Britner

 This month, Lucy Britner takes a closer look at the burgeoning social media platform, TikTok. ... read more


How will the coronavirus impact the beverage industry? - focus

7 February 2020 | Andy Morton

In 2003, I was living in Taipei at the height of the SARS panic. The city was a sea of facemasks and hand sanitiser. Taipei's crowded public transport suddenly became even less appealing. At a time when everyone had a SARS story to tell, I spoke to one doctor whose hospital was quarantined without warning, trapping staff, patients and even people who had dropped by to visit relatives. ... read more


Why is the Coca-Cola Co being conservative for 2020? - analysis

4 February 2020 | Richard Woodard

The Coca-Cola Co's impressive full-year performance in 2019 demonstrates the company's "broad-based strength", while guidance for the current year looks conservative, analysts believe.... read more


How slowing H1 growth could shape Diageo's future - analysis

4 February 2020 | Richard Woodard

"The minute you react to short-term volatility, that's when businesses get into trouble" - just-drinks speaks to Diageo CEO Ivan Menezes... read more


The Super Bowl 2020 drinks ad showdown - focus

3 February 2020 | Andy Morton

As the on-field action went delightfully off-script in this year's Super Bowl - Kansas City Chiefs rallied late to beat the San Francisco 49s - the ads inbetween rarely strayed far from the tried-and-tested.... read more


just-drinks' Mergers & Acquisitions database - January 2020 - FREE TO ACCESS

3 February 2020 | Olly Wehring

Here, just-drinks consolidates the M&A activity in the global drinks industry during January, a month that saw Suntory move for a stake in Edrington, Distill Ventures bring another non-alcoholic spirits brand to Diageo's attention and Molson Coors make its latest craft beer play.... read more


How can drinks firms connect with consumers on climate action? – Sustainability Spotlight

31 January 2020 | Ben Cooper

The New Year - and decade - have begun much as the last ones ended, with climate change making headline news and a 16-year-old Swedish schoolgirl delivering uncomfortable truths to an audience of elite grown-ups. This month, the alphas on the receiving end of Greta Thunberg's uncompromising words and unsettling, piercing stare were gathered for the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.... read more


What is the outlook for CBD beverages in Europe? - focus

27 January 2020 | Simon Creasey

Recent comments from regulators in Europe have left some in the food and beverage industry worried about what's ahead for the region's nascent CBD food market. Simon Creasey explores further.... read more


Where you should invest in 2020, what's the worst ever beer deal and why Vimto could be a 2020 no-no - The just-drinks Analyst

23 January 2020 | Ian Shackleton

In his first just-drinks outing of 2020, in-house analyst Ian Shackleton shares his drinks stock tip, flags what could be the worst beer transaction of all-time and considers what could be a tough 12 months for one of the UK's more curious soft drinks players.... read more


Corporate Social Responsibility activations around the world - The IARD Digest - January 2020

22 January 2020 | 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


Will 2020 see Campari Group back on the M&A hunt? - analysis

17 January 2020 | Richard Woodard

The time could be ripe for Campari Group to make another major acquisition, with the company able to call on a possible war chest of up to EUR4bn (US$4.4bn), according to a recent client note.... read more


What effect does alcohol have on consumers with a lower socio-economic status? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 235

16 January 2020 | International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

In recently-released research, the authors aimed to investigate whether - and to what extent - consumption by beverage type, BMI, smoking and other factors explain inequalities in alcohol-related harm evidenced through wholly-attributable alcohol-related hospital admissions (ARHA).... read more


What will shape consumer trends in 2020? - Predictions for the Year Ahead - comment

16 January 2020 | Lucy Britner

As 2020 kicks off, consumer trends commentator Lucy Britner offers her views on the key trends that are set to shape the next 12 months.... read more


What does the future hold for low- and no-alcohol? - analysis

3 January 2020 | Callum Tyndall at GlobalData

The no-alcohol drinks segment has been gaining increasing attention in light of the booming health & wellness trend. Callum Tyndall talks to those within the industry to learn about the state of the sector and where it's heading.... read more


just-drinks' Mergers & Acquisitions database - December 2019 - FREE TO ACCESS

2 January 2020 | Olly Wehring

Here, just-drinks consolidates the M&A activity in the global drinks industry during December, a month that saw Diageo move into on-tap cocktails, Carlton & United Breweries make a craft brewer play and Constellation Brands revise its brands offload to E&J Gallo.... read more


The spirits category in 2019 - just-drinks' Review of the Year, Part V - FREE TO ACCESS

24 December 2019 | Olly Wehring

As the year draws to a close, just-drinks takes a look back at the stories that have made the headlines across the global drinks industry over the last 12 months. Here, in the second of just-drinks' two-part review, editor Olly Wehring picks out the highs and lows for the spirits category in 2019.... read more


The spirits category in 2019 - just-drinks' Review of the Year, Part IV - FREE TO ACCESS

23 December 2019 | Olly Wehring

As the year draws to a close, just-drinks takes a look back at the stories that have made the headlines across the global drinks industry over the last 12 months. Here, editor Olly Wehring picks out the highs and lows for the spirits category in 2019 in just-drinks' two-part review.... read more


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

20 December 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


The beer category in 2019 - just-drinks' Review of the Year, Part III - FREE TO ACCESS

17 December 2019 | Andy Morton

As the end of the year approaches, just-drinks takes a look at the stories that made the headlines in 2019 across the global drinks industry. In part III, deputy editor Andy Morton picks out the highs and the lows for the beer category.... read more


Could Molson Coors Europe & International become the first big M&A deal of 2020? - analysis

17 December 2019 | Olly Wehring

When Molson Coors announced the launch of a "revitalisation plan" earlier this year, much was made of the group's decision to change its name. The switch to Molson Coors Beverage Co suggested a "pivot away from beer", a suggestion that has plenty of evidence to back it up – hello, Vizzy hard seltzer! Less was made, however, about the prospects for the company's operations outside its North American heartland. Until now.... read more


The soft drinks category in 2019 - just-drinks' Review of the Year, Part II - FREE TO ACCESS

11 December 2019 | Lucy Britner

As the year draws to a close, just-drinks takes a look back at the stories that have made the headlines across the global drinks industry over the last 12 months. Here, Lucy Britner picks out the highs and lows for the soft drinks category.... read more


Finally, proof the UK gin boom is over - Analysis

10 December 2019 | Andy Morton

It's a question often asked - is the UK gin boom over? According to one analyst, for the first time we can answer with a definitive 'yes'.... read more


The wine category in 2019 - just-drinks' Review of the Year, Part I - FREE TO ACCESS

5 December 2019 | Ben Cooper

As the year draws to a close, just-drinks takes a look back at the stories that have made the headlines across the global drinks industry over the last 12 months. Here, Ben Cooper picks out the highs and lows for the wine category.... read more


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

2 December 2019 | Olly Wehring

Here, just-drinks consolidates the M&A activity in the global drinks industry during November, a month that saw Anheuser-Busch InBev finally take the plunge with Craft Brew Alliance, Bacardi make a canned spirits play and Refresco embark on a mini shopping spree in soft drinks.... read more


Your company needs to do more to curb emissions - Consumers demand it - Sustainability Spotlight

29 November 2019 | Ben Cooper

As 2019 draws to a close, the reviews of the year will surely focus on the upsurge in impassioned concern over climate change, with montages of extreme weather, forest fires, Extinction Rebellion civil disobedience, children across the globe walking out of school in protest and Greta Thunberg scolding the UN's Climate Summit. However, while the climate debate undeniably gathered pace this year, the global effort to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions sadly did not.... read more


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

26 November 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


Why hard seltzer's US success won't translate to Western Europe - focus

26 November 2019 | Olly Wehring

The impressive performance of the alcoholic sparkling water category in the US has prompted virtually all and sundry to jump on the speeding train. As consumer trends and beer category maturity have combined with supportive distribution models and tax treatments, the 'seltzer boom' has come about in the country as a result of - wait for it - a perfect storm of circumstances.... read more


Who were the top drinks influencers on Twitter in Q3 2019? - analysis

25 November 2019 | GlobalData

Based on research from GlobalData's 'Influencer' platform, here's a countdown of the ten most influential Twitter users in drinks during the three months to the end of September.... read more


Sterling's bounceback puts pressure on Diageo, Pernod Ricard as Jameson is taken to the mat - Analysis

22 November 2019 | Andy Morton

One of the benefits of the Brexit vote, for international drinks companies with operations in the UK, was the subsequent fall in the value of the pound. Overnight, production costs, relative to other currencies, dropped sharply for beverages made in the country.... read more


Molson Coors shapes exit strategy, the changing shape of whistleblowers and how the drinks stock tips shape up - The just-drinks Analyst

21 November 2019 | Ian Shackleton

just-drinks' in-house analyst, Ian Shackleton, returns this month to consider what Molson Coors has in mind for the future. Ian also looks at the whistleblowers of today and reviews which drinks stocks have performed as he'd hoped.... read more


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