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November 16, 2018
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Mintel, Chicago, announced three forward-looking trends that it predicts will lead the momentum of global food and drink innovation in 2019 and beyond. 2019 Global Food and Drink Trends at a glance Evergreen Consumption: A circular view of sustainability that spans the entire product lifecycle requires action from suppliers to consumers. Through the Ages: Food and drink will build on

September 30, 2018
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From Vitamin-Rich Beers to Hybrid Kombucha Drinks By: Katherine Pendrill – Sep 30, 2018 With the growing emphasis on health and wellness, the September 2018 drinking trends reveal a rise in the number of better-for-you drink options. Instead of sodas and sugary juices, consumers are increasingly looking for drinks that are both nutritious and thirst-quenching. On the

September 10, 2018
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Middle-aged should have drink-free days, campaigners say By Laurel IvesBBC Health – 10 September 2018 A new campaign is urging people between the ages of 45 and 65 to have regular “drink-free” days. Middle-aged drinkers are more likely than any other age group to drink more than the recommended 14 units a week. A YouGov poll

An energy drinks company is taking the global players on at their own game. Wild Cat Energy Drink, of Leicester, is investing a small fortune on marketing and branding its new product and is talking to distributors around the world. The business is already supplying countries such as Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, India and Canada, as

Energy Drinks and Energy Shots – US – August 2011 This report explores the energy drinks and shots market. The market has recovered admirably from the throes of the recession and grew 15.4% from 2010-11, after slowing down to a growth rate of 4.8% from 2008-09. Energy drinks and shots continue to thrive for their