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Earlier today, Rabobank published a note looking at the likely effects on the drinks industry of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. Francoise Sonneville, senior analyst for beverages at Rabobank and the note's author, spoke to just-drinks yesterday.
Henry Ashworth has faced plenty of challenges since taking the reins at the Portman Group in 2011. Dealing with the fall-out from decisions by the group's independent complaints panel and the ever-agitating UK health lobby means life is rarely dull. Here, Ashworth talks to just-drinks' deputy editor James Wilmore about the watchdog's work, and a certain Scottish brewer.
The UK government has revealed further details of its proposed sugar tax, but suppliers will have to wait until April to find out how much they will pay.
Around 40% of UK's wine wholesalers and distributors are considered to be well-placed to cope with any potential fallout from the country's decision to exit the European Union, according to recently-published research, although almost a third could struggle.
President-elect Donald Trump has confirmed his intention to withdraw the US from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade deal.
The Scotch Whisky Association is to take its battle over minimum unit pricing out of Scotland with an appeal to the UK's highest court.
The Massachusetts alcohol distributor charged with so-called "pay-to-play" practices has agreed a compromise US$750,000 fine with US authorities.
Russia may be about to relax restrictions on beer sales and advertising that have severely impacted international brewers in the country.
This week, consumers in Ontario were able to go into a supermarket and buy beer.
Today is the opening day at Cape Wine 2015 and that means the morning was taken up by welcome speeches.
- Interview - Bernstein analyst Trevor Stirling
- Trump, local spirits and the IR role - The Analyst
- Is Irish whiskey ready to recognise its potential?
- Cannabis – A clear and present danger to alcohol
- The European beer market - Focus
- Diageo appoints first programmatic marketing head
- Diageo strike threat postponed with fresh vote
- Pernod Ricard offloads Domecq brandies, wines
- Remy snaps up Seattle's Westland Distillery
- Sazerac poaches ex-Diageo government director