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Hard seltzer brand claims carbon negative ‘world first’

Hard seltzer brand claims carbon negative ‘world first’

By Oliver Morrison

Premium British hard seltzer brand SERVED claims it has become the ‘world’s first’ carbon negative hard seltzer brand to introduce carbon footprint labelling which it will roll out across its range from next month.

Image: Next Home

Scraping social media for hot beverage trends

By Oliver Morrison

Love them or loath them, social media platforms such as TikTok and Instagram offer fertile ground where brands can spot quickly emerging food and beverage trends that can guide product development.

Photo Credit: Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola withdraws business from Russia while other companies remain

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Coca-Cola is the latest major global food and beverage giant to suspend operations in Russia as an act of protest against the Russian invasion and continued attack on Ukraine and follows similar announcements made by PepsiCo, Starbucks, and McDonald's....

Danone's facility in Wexford, Ireland. Pic: Danone

Danone unveils new strategic plan

By Jim Cornall

At a capital market event today, Danone CEO Antoine de Saint-Affrique, together with a strengthened leadership team, presented Danone’s new strategic plan, called Renew Danone.

Images: Getty/Melih Evren Burus

Sell fresh uncut produce loose, says WRAP report

By Oliver Morrison

New research from the food waste campaigner claims to challenge the status quo of the way retailers sell fresh uncut fruit and vegetables, highlighting that it should change significantly in the future.

Enviroscore combines 16 environmental impacts into one A-E score

New environmental labelling system unveiled

By Oliver Morrison

Belgium academics have unveiled a new environmental labelling system that enables easy recognition of the degree of environmental sustainability of food and beverages at point of sale.

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What have we learned from Dry January 2022?

By Rachel Arthur

Dry January is the month of the year when the no and low alcohol category really has a chance to shine. So what have we learned about the direction of the category this month? Here's five key takeaways from Dry January 2022.

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