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Who were the top wine influencers on Twitter in Q2 2020? - analysis - FREE TO READ

10 August 2020 | GlobalData

An analysis of GlobalData's 'Wine Influencer' platform, which tracks 800 leading industry experts and their discussions covering the emerging trends, pain areas, new fields of innovation and other popular areas on Twitter, has identified wine consultant Ken 'Alawine' as the top influencer on the social media platform during the second quarter of 2020.... read more


COVID's longer-term impact on soft drinks - analysis - FREE TO READ

10 August 2020 | GlobalData

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected how consumers around the world approach the non-alcoholic beverage aisle. Over the next three years, bottled water is likely to be consumed in greater quantities, while carbonates and RTD tea and coffee are both expected to see a significant drop in popularity, compared to previous forecasts.... read more


How to reach Gen Z in the coronavirus era - focus

6 August 2020 | Rafaela Sousa

Social media platforms such as TikTok and Instagram have played a large role in Gen Z lives during the coronavirus lockdown. But how can drinks brands target Gen Z consumers through social media in the era of COVID? just-drinks spoke to the alcohol brands and marketing experts using digital platforms to engage the newest demographic of legal-age drinkers.... read more


Traditional herbs can brew up India craft beer bounce - analysis - FREE TO READ

5 August 2020 | GlobalData

Craft beer brands in India can boost sales with health-aware consumers by adding traditional immunity-boosting ingredients.... read more


Global drinks deals in Q2 2020 - data

3 August 2020 | Andy Morton

The value of drinks industry M&A plunged in Q2 but acquisitions still managed to go ahead despite the coronavirus, according to a deals database collated by GlobalData.... read more


How COVID has shed light on consumers' complex relationship with alcohol - Sustainability Spotlight

23 July 2020 | Ben Cooper

As traumatic and devastating as COVID-19 has been, the pandemic has at times been revelatory, prompting us all to reassess the value we assign to the low-paid, low-skilled work of a hospital cleaner, the advantages of home-working, the merits of riding a bike or the need to travel by air. Those seeking a better understanding of society's complex relationship with alcohol may also find the events of recent months instructive.... read more


Can alcohol consumption accelerate breast, ovarian cancer? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 241

22 July 2020 | International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

The latest study to be considered by the International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research used a 'Mendelian Randomisation' (MR) approach to try to determine if alcohol consumption is causally associated with the risk of female hormone-dependent cancers.... read more


Here come the numbers, there goes sustainability and where is South Africa's alcohol industry? - The just-drinks Analyst

21 July 2020 | Ian Shackleton

As we embark on the latest round of companies results, resident analyst Ian Shackleton returns to set the scene on what investors are considering when looking at the drinks industry. Ian also shares his thoughts on drinking Scotch from a paper bottle while sounding South Africa's alarm bells.... read more


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

20 July 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


How Reh Kenderman reacted when COVID upended Black Tower relaunch - focus

20 July 2020 | Andy Morton

The coronavirus changed many plans, not least in the world's marketing departments. ... read more


How COVID has driven at-home indulgence - consumer trends

14 July 2020 | Lucy Britner

The coronavirus pandemic has had a seismic effect on the shaping of consumers' drinking habits. This month, Lucy Britner takes a closer look at the rise of at-home indulgence.... read more


Brown-Forman Performance Trends 2016-2020 - results data

9 July 2020 | Richard Woodard

In early-June, Brown-Forman posted a flat set of sales numbers for the 12 months to the end of April 2020. The top-line rise of 3% registered in the first nine months of fiscal-2020 was followed by a 10% dive in the final quarter of the year. Here, just-drinks considers the group's performance in fiscal-2020 and over the preceding four years.... read more


Should worldwide alcohol consumption guidelines be reduced to one drink per day? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 240

8 July 2020 | International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

A recent study to have been reviewed by the International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research used very questionable data to suggest that drinking guidelines for all countries should be lowered to no more than one drink per day.... read more


COVID-19 a double-edged sword for CBD product launches - analysis - FREE TO READ

6 July 2020 | GlobalData

Recent launches of products containing cannabidiol (CBD) are well-aligned with consumers' health & wellness trends that are developing in response to COVID-19. The potential growth of these products, however, will be hampered by consumers' distrust of the unfamiliar, according to GlobalData.... read more


Remy Cointreau Performance Trends 2016-2020 - results data

3 July 2020 | Richard Woodard

In late-April, Rémy Cointreau reported an 11.2% decline in full-year sales for the 12 months to the end of March 2020. The figures were skewed somewhat by Remy's strategy of winding down its 'Partner Brands' operations. Here, just-drinks considers the group's performance over the last five years.... read more


Contactless water dispenser calms office workers' concern to return - analysis - FREE TO ACCESS

26 June 2020 | GlobalData

As the coronavirus pandemic starts to subside in many markets, consumers are keener than ever on brands that can flash their trustworthiness credentials. It is vital for brands to recognise this and design solutions that help reassure consumers by placing strong emphasis on safe and reliable applications.... read more


Coca-Cola European Partners shines spotlight on EU single-use plastic confusion

23 June 2020 | Andy Morton

A leading lobbyist for Coca-Cola European Partners has warned of challenges ahead, as the European Union finalises environmental directives to reduce waste from single-use beverage packaging.... read more


Campari Group and Cuervo - The next big spirits buy? - analysis

23 June 2020 | Olly Wehring

After six years of waiting, could the next transformative deal for the spirits industry be on the horizon? To observers, Campari Group's manoeuvres of late suggest as much, with one analyst going so far as to name Cuervo as a possible target.... read more


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

19 June 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 COVID-19 risks further government intervention for drinks - Sustainability Spotlight

18 June 2020 | Ben Cooper

Within a few months, the coronavirus pandemic has dramatically increased the health risks associated with being overweight or obese. This is likely to have implications for the soft drinks sector, Ben Cooper writes, but it is important to stress the emerging evidence is more about the impacts of COVID-19 than about the causes of obesity.... read more


Concha y Toro Performance Trends 2015-19 - results data

17 June 2020 | Richard Woodard

In mid-March, Concha y Toro posted a 7% rise in full-year sales from the 12 months of 2019. The performance was driven by exports of the group's Chilean wine brands while domestic sales were hampered by social unrest towards the end of the year. Here, just-drinks considers the group's performance over the last five years.... read more


Why everyone's crying out for a beer, why spirits is causing sleepless nights and why COVID could kill off conferences - The just-drinks Analyst

16 June 2020 | Ian Shackleton

Ian Shackleton may no longer be an investment analyst by profession, but it's the only way he can look at the drinks industry. This month, he returns to just-drinks with thoughts of yesterbeer, some cautionary words for spirits and a telling-off for conference organisers.... read more


Could lockdown cement low/no-alcohol status? - focus

15 June 2020 | Andy Morton

CFOs are not known for their excitability but, last week, Heineken's finance head could hardly contain herself.... read more


Diageo's personal touch for Dad - Winning the marketing war in lockdown - analysis - FREE TO ACCESS

12 June 2020 | GlobalData

Among the drinks trends that have been accelerated by the coronavirus crisis - excepting the rise of larger packs, e-commerce and at-home cocktail creation – attention in marketing circles has turned to product personalisation.... read more


Brown-Forman's long view bodes well to ride the COVID rollercoaster - analysis

10 June 2020 | Olly Wehring

As companies across the entire drinks industry reach for their hats, one analyst believes Brown-Forman is better-placed than most to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic intact at worst, unscathed at best.... read more


How mood-boosting foods and drinks can capitalise on COVID-19 - analysis - FREE TO ACCESS

10 June 2020 | GlobalData

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced the majority of the world’s population into lockdown, and many are feeling isolated, fearful of potential infection and uncertain about what the future holds. As a result, consumers are looking for ways to feel calm and achieve a sense of optimism. This trend highlights the opportunity for brands with products positioned as 'mood-boosting' to potentially create a loyal consumer base for years to come.... read more


How COVID-19 will change the after-work drinks occasion - Consumer Trends

9 June 2020 | Lucy Britner

The recent shift towards home-working will have a lasting impact on traditional office culture. Consumer Trends commentator Lucy Britner believes our drinking habits will change with it.... read more


Why White Claw has the hard seltzer edge in COVID-19 climate and beyond - analysis - FREE TO ACCESS

9 June 2020 | GlobalData

Last week, Mark Anthony Brands' White Claw arrived in the UK. The US hard seltzer market leader also has plans to expand into other markets, including Australia, later this year. In the last decade, the alcoholic beverage industry has seen bold new flavours, such as Strongbow Dark Fruit enter the market, introducing new favourites for young British consumers who want a drink to enjoy outdoors or out on the town. Hard seltzers have had a similar appeal to consumers in the US in recent years.... read more


Constellation Brands Performance Trends 2016-2020 - results data

3 June 2020 | Richard Woodard

In April, Constellation Brands reported its results for the 12 months to the end of February. Sales in fiscal-2020 were up 3% on the corresponding period a year earlier, a less impressive performance than the +7% posted in fiscal-2020. Here, just-drinks considers Constellation's performance over the last five years.... read more


Concha y Toro's guide to capturing the post-COVID-19 wine consumer - analysis

2 June 2020 | Andy Morton

Concha y Toro has outlined strategies that wine companies can adopt to connect with consumers once the coronavirus pandemic has subsided, including targetting new occasions such as the virtual catch-up.... read more


Does the funding of research by alcohol companies lead to sponsorship bias? - International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research Critique 239

28 May 2020 | International Scientific Forum on Alcohol Research

A recent study set out to evaluate sponsorship bias in observational alcohol research by focusing on a spectrum of health outcomes related to moderate alcohol consumption.... read more


COVID-19 prompts consumers to look more locally for their drinks choices - research - FREE TO ACCESS

28 May 2020 | GlobalData

PepsiCo's recently-released extension of its namesake CSD in China highlights the growing trend among consumers towards more locally-sourced beverages, a trend heightened by the current COVID-19 pandemic.... read more


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

27 May 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


Carlsberg's Marston's JV a boost for both sides - analysis

26 May 2020 | Andy Morton

Beverage industry analysts have welcomed Carlsberg's UK joint venture with pub owner and brewer Marston's, calling the move both financially and strategically attractive.... read more


Could bulk beer shipping be another COVID-19 legacy? - sustainability spotlight

22 May 2020 | Ben Cooper

Ben Cooper looks at how the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic could prompt brewers to look afresh at shipping beer in bulk, with 'bag-in-tank' shipping now offering solutions to longstanding logistical challenges.... read more


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