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WalMart "Craft" Beer: Trouble Ahead or Trouble Behind

This is a reaction to this article originally reported by the Akron Beacon Journal and expounded upon best (so far) by Food & Wine here… 915 more words

Beverage Industry

High Hanging Fruit (Review)

I usually avoid books about business unless I’m looking for dull material to read before bedtime at night. So, I wandered over to the business book section of the Norfolk (Nebraska) Public Library to find reading material to get my mind off of the recent General Election. 608 more words

Cultural Highlights

Screw caps on wine

More and more wines are sold in bottles with screw caps – and since wine is sold with screw caps, there is a lot of controversy about this topic. 532 more words

Sweet Beverages

The sweetened beverage industry may sugarcoat science to downplay obesity, diabetes link: report

The sugar industry got more than its money’s worth by funding studies that misled the public about how the sweetener affects your health. 508 more words



Author: Ngene Ifeoma Juliana
Department: Business Administration
Affiliation: Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka

This study investigates inflation rate on organizational performance of food and beverage industry with additional focus on the contribution of exchange rate instability and effect of import on the performance of this industry in Nigerian between 1990 and 2012. 272 more words

Nnamdi Azikiwe University

Japan's Kirin Enters Distribution Talks with Coca-Cola Bottlers

Japanese beverage company Kirin Holdings said it is in talks with Japan’s two Coca-Cola bottling companies, Coca-Cola East Japan and Coca-Cola West, on cooperating in distribution and procurement through a capital tie-up. 216 more words


Drop the Waterford: Behold the Rise of Canned Wine

Wine—typically found in a bag, box, or bottle—now has a new provenance: the can.

It started in 2004, when the canned wine movement’s unlikely patron saint, Sofia Coppola released the “Sofia Mini.” Her creation, from the Francis Ford Coppola Winery, was the first label to find any success persuading wine drinkers to sip California white out of an aluminum vessel. 208 more words