Soft Drinks

Britvic seeks to lead growth in natural energy drinks

Britvic supports its ‘natural energy’ drink Purdey's with £3m ad campaign, as it seeks to lead growth in sector.

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Coca-Cola & Costa launch coffee RTD

Coca-Cola and Costa Coffee have launched their first major product launch together, a RTD chilled coffee.

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Wine firm moves into soft drinks sector with kombucha

Lanchester Wines, a UK-based family wine merchant and importer with a strong focus on sustainability, is moving into the soft drinks sector with the launch of its Dragon Tree Kombucha. 

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Adnams Brewery on  'low and no'

Tom Evans, ambassador for low/no alcohol at Adnams Brewery, explains how operators, including coffee shops and pubs, need to grasp the opportunity.

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Bespoke hot chocolate menus can boost sales

The coffee education of consumers can help hot chocolate.

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Product Bulletin

AG Barr takes stake in owner of non-alcoholic spirit brand STRYYK....Captain Kombucha adds variants and launches water kefir range....Lucozade Energy gets revamped pack design...World’s first gin with Scottish tea to launch.

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Demand for non-alcoholic drinks is not a ‘fad’

Demands from consumers for more choice of innovative non-alcoholic options show no sign of slowing down and this represents a commercial opportunity for the on-trade.

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Product Bulletin

Costa launches summer menu....Purezza alleviates single bottle use....Peter Spanton Drinks adds two new premium flavours...Teapigs launches cold brew infusions...Fentimans takes Rose Lemonade on the road....Tango in marketing campaign to back sugar-free... BeviLaNatura by Zerica to launch more products.

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Non-alcohol trend is 'cross generational'

Laura Willoughby, MBE co-founder of Club Soda, the mindful drinking movement, explains why offering non-alcoholic beverages such as beer can help boost income.

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Coca-Cola to focus on Costa plans for RTD, stores and vending machines

Coca-Cola reveals it is working closely with the management team at Costa to accelerate plans.

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Tate & Lyle: 'Entire segments of the market are being transformed'

Christopher Bartlett, beverages category director at Tate & Lyle, explains that soft drinks suppliers are re-thinking core products.

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Boom in booze-free set to continue

Non-alcoholic versions of brands such as Heineken, Carlsberg and non-alcoholic spirits such as Seedlip are set to grow.

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