This month marks the 10th birthday for beverage manufacturer, nudie. To help celebrate, the Australian brand has released two new products, which are a slight deviation from the brand’s core range.
Australia’s devotion to beer may have waned, but as the brewery manager at Australia’s oldest pub brewery says, our love of a cold ale isn’t ready to die just yet. Matt McDonald reports.
Coca-Cola has released limited edition ‘retro look’ packaging for its Fanta, Sprite and Lift beverages, as well as a special release of Mello Yello by Lift.
Rekorderlig has entered a joint venture deal with Coca-Cola Amatil, which will see CCA as the sole importer and distributor of the popular cider brand in Australia.
Energy drink V has launched a family-size 1.2L bottle and despite marketing it as a “share bottle”, health professionals are concerned about its effects on children.
New ads from bourbon brand Bearded Lady aren’t “controversial for controversy’s sake”, despite them featuring transexuals and a police offer about the perform a cavity search.
BIS Foodservice’s Coffee and Beverages 2012 report series has found that despite price jumps, coffee is now the preferred at-home hot drink amongst Australians.
Australia’s second favourite champagne house, Veuve Clicquot, is concerned its reputation will suffer thanks to big retailers’ price wars and parallel imports.
Wonder Winnie is naturally sweetened (with stevia), has no added sugar, and is enhanced with the added bonus of Aloe Vera, Gingko Biloba, Echinacea, Rosehip and Guarana.
Holsten 0.0 percent is the new alcohol-free beer by Coopers, aimed at Australians who love the taste of beer but want, or need, to comply with a zero alcohol policy.
Heinz Watties has reported a five per cent drop in net profit for the year to April 29, with significant costs centred around the relocation of sauce and beetroot processing back to New Zealand.
With beer consumption in Australia at a 50 year low and mainstream beer manufacturers suffering a drop in sales, micro-breweries have noticed a gap in the market and working over-time to fill it.
Ti Tonics Super Teas use natural compounds from grapeseed combined with a delicate white tea base.
Australian drops are expected to drive growth in wine sales in the coming years, with generic labels and imports tapering off after years of dominance.
Dubbed “The Official Drink for a Better Life”, Bionade is a refreshing and naturally-flavoured soft drink with an original taste.
A first for the Australian wine sector, Trebuchet Logistics will use a fourth party logistics model to manage the warehousing and distribution requirements of Treasury Wine Estates, as part of a joint venture announced today.
Australians are drinking and smoking less but putting on weight like never before, a national survey by the Australian Bureau of Statistics has found.
The AFGC CHEP retail index predicts growth to be 2.9 per cent, year-on-year, for the December quarter, below both the 10-year average and the September quarter result.
The maker of energy drink Monster Energy are being sued by the family of a teenager who died from heart complications after consuming two cans of the product.
More than half of young Australians are consuming too much sugar, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Wollongong and University of Sydney.