With the trend of consumers drinking low and no-alcohol products not going away any time soon, according to a survey from the Portman Group, operators shouldn’t forget about booze-free cider options for their guests.
The Ultimate Guide to Low and No Alcohol - in association with BrewDog
Whether it’s a Mojito or a Sex on the Beach, customers love a cocktail. But the move towards drinking less alcohol, combined with people wanting a healthier lifestyle, has led to a revolution for the alcohol sector.
The Ultimate Guide to Low and No Alcohol - in association with Diageo
With figures showing that two pubs have closed for every coffee shop that has opened in the past five years, industry experts and operators shared their thoughts on how pubs can draw coffee lovers into pubs for a caffeine fix.
The future of alcohol consumption has never been more in focus, with habits changing on an almost daily basis driven by lifestyle choices that, in turn, determine innovation. But what’s next for alcohol?
Consumers are ‘panic buying’ cannabis-infused drinks after the Food Standards Agency (FSA) ruled they should be removed from shops and bars as the EU reclassified the products as ‘novel’, a drinks maker has warned.
When you hear the words ‘holidays are coming’ on TV, you know exactly what the advert is without looking and that Coca-Cola is driving that big red rig. Here is how the soft drinks behemoth is looking to the future.
From the bizarre to the delicious, over its 130-plus years of existence Coca-Cola has racked up a considerable portfolio of flavours and brands, the majority of which aren’t available in the UK. However, The Morning Advertiser recently had privileged...
A newly launched coffee variant of Coca-Cola in nine other countries around the world could be rolled out to more, including the UK, soon as the Coca-Cola Company looks to seed it in 50 markets by next year.
From humble beginnings in an Essex chemist in 1938, Britvic has expanded during the past eight decades to become one of the largest soft drinks suppliers in the world, pumping out 2.3bn litres of drinks a year.