Western Australian farmers have met with Wesfarmers boss Richard Goyder to discuss the impact of the milk price wars on production and try to find a solution.
We’re losing the war on alcoholism and binge drinking and changing the tax system to bump up prices on stronger varieties is the only way to start to improve it, according to health groups.
Chinese authorities have denied there are any problems with it’s locally-manufactured Coca-Cola Shanxi Beverages, after an employee claimed mass chlorine contamination.
A Chinese beer maker has come up with a novel way to keep your coldie, well, cold.
Thieves in Austria have made off with over 1800 kilograms of coffee worth more than $AU70 000.
Following extensive speculation about whether Coca-Cola Amatil would buy a Fijian beer and spirits business previously owned by Foster’s, it looks like the company will spend the $58 million to seal the deal.
New sources of contamination constantly arise from recycling efforts, product reformulation, product counterfeiting, and other malicious and non-malicious sources.
The leading representative body for Australian manufacturing brewers has slammed a new industry group, which it says will create public confusion redirect funds away from established organisations.
Coca-cola and Pepsi are being forced to alter the way they make the caramel colouring that is added to their soft drinks in the US.
Beverages labelled as ‘fruit drinks’ are confusing consumers into thinking they’re healthy, when in reality many are worse than fizzy drinks.
Coca-Cole Amatil (CCL) has released its full-year results which show that even brands as big as the famous fizzy manufacture are not immune to the supermarket price wars.
Alcohol retailers and police in the Kimberly have voted for self-regulation on takeaway sales, but there is one opponent getting in their way: supermarket giant Woolworths.
Despite the warnings to the contrary, many people still see sugary soft drinks as harmless to their health and weight.
Over 150 workers at Shweppes’ Tullamarine plant will return to work for the first time in over eight weeks tomorrow.
PepsiCo will cut 8700 jobs from its global workforce and spend more money on marketing its brands.
About 250 000 litres of wine poured out of a wine tank at a Victorian winery when a door failed.
The changing preferences of Australian beverage consumers have led to 70 job cuts O-I Glass’ Melbourne factory.
After much anticipation – and many, many comments asking for specific names – Coca-cola has released the last 50 names it will be printing on bottles.
The world’s first non-fermented, multi strain probiotic drink products have been created by a Brisbane-based food technology start-up.
Less than a week after scientists in the US recommended a tax on sugary drinks could save 26 000 lives per year, Australian health experts are calling for warning labels on caffeinated energy drinks.