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Paul Ryan Attacks Workers With Artificial Sweetener

House Speaker Paul Ryan continues to attack struggling American workers with a variety of artificial sweeteners widely common in diet beverages.

In addition to imposing a travel ban on the U.S. 160 more words


Spirit drinks: Definition, labelling and geographical indications [EU Legislation in Progress]

Written by Tarja Laaninen (1st edition),

In December 2016, the European Commission proposed to replace Regulation (EC) No 110/2008 – the Spirit Drinks Regulation – with a new one, with the aim of aligning it with the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU). 221 more words


A bio-based packaging revolution: Danone and Nestlé Waters form the NaturalALL Bottle Alliance

A packaging revolution: Danone and Nestlé Waters, the world’s two largest bottled water companies, have joined forces with Origin Materials, a startup based in Sacramento, California, to form the NaturALL Bottle Alliance. 670 more words


Nestle and Coke Are Ending Their Nestea Iced Tea Venture After 16 Years

Nestle and Coca-Cola have agreed to end their Nestea iced tea joint venture after 16 years and pursue separate strategies in the fast-changing bottled drinks market. 209 more words


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