Coca-Cola will not ditch single-use plastic bottles because consumers still want them, the firm's Head of Sustainability told the BBC.
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According to a new survey from Action on Sugar, popular ‘ready to drink’ pre-mixed spirits and cocktails sold in supermarkets are high in 'hidden' sugar and calories.
Coca-Cola has introduced an alcohol brand in the east, while CBD and non-alcoholic alcohol rise in the west. Nathalie John and Edward Carstairs of Gill Jennings and Every explain how companies must protect themselves as the food and drink sector sees an influx of change and innovation.
Ahead of speaking at Food Integrity, Bethan Grylls, Editor of New Food, interviews innocent drinks’ Central Technical Team Leader, Konstantina Karagkika, about the pressures on industry and how the company looks to identify and prevent risks to its supply chain.
Despite decreases, total beverage alcohol in the country posted volume growth of 0.3 percent in 2019 (reversing a previous decline), with a value reaching $167 billion (up 2.5 percent from 2018).
New research suggests that individual soft drink companies in the UK are making a sizeable contribution to sugar reduction, with eight out of the top 10 companies reducing the sugar content of their products by 15 percent or more.
Rising costs of raw milk and new market challenges are said to be amongst the reasons for the company's reorganisation.
Once considered a drink to be ‘shot’, tequila is transforming into a sipping beverage – and one of premium standard. As such, industry has been developing new ways to create high-quality tequila to address these demands. New Food's Sam Mehmet caught up with SipTequila, to find out more about this…
Between 2007 and 2017, the number of hop farms reportedly grew from 68 to 817 in the US, and hop acreage expanded from 31,145 to 59,429 acres.
The researchers have stated the role of suppliers is clearly key in helping individual businesses and the wider industry achieve sustainability targets.
A new study has revealed that even though there has been a decline in American children and teenagers consuming sugar-sweetened beverages, 61 percent of children still consume them on a typical day.