Business Insider is the largest business news site in the US and one of the fastest-growing news brands in the world, with 14 international editions. A South African edition, in conjunction with Media24, was launched in February. Among its first reports is that of a tasting competition to find the best of SA's favourite takeaway cappuccinos.
Scientists in the US have created a more sustainable pint after discovering a way of getting the distinct hoppy taste into craft beer without the need for water-intensive hops.
South African winemaker, Anthony Hamilton Russell, is on a mission to change the world’s perception of oft-maligned Pinotage; a grape he believes is “capable of greatness”.
As South Africans look to the future, and the country rapidly modernises, it’s more important than ever to maintain a connection to the traditions that have shaped our identities – by updating and making them relevant for the 21st century.
Plagued by changing consumer preferences and growing foreign competition, US cranberry growers are betting their bogs ... on urinary tract infections.
In a world where disruptive consumer products are the norm, beverage companies are still struggling to innovate beyond ingredients and flavour. How to break through? PepsiCo has aimed to do this with a concept successfully trialed in Brazil, now launched in the US.
Diageo, the world's biggest spirits company, plans to roll out a female-branded version of its Johnnie Walker scotch brand called Jane Walker, the latest move by the liquor giant to woo female drinkers in the US.
As health-conscious consumers drink less soda, Coca-Cola has rolled out more waters, teas and juices, part of its goal to be known for something other than soft drinks. The WSJ interviews the company's CFO, Kathy Waller....
Tipplers across the globe have been turning to gin and South Africa is no exception, with craft distilleries popping up all over. This trend has benefitted wine and spirits group Distell, which sold 21% more gin in the first half of its financial year.
Have you ever thought about what might tag along when you add ice or a lemon slice to your drink? When lemons and ice are served in beverages, they not only bring flavour or a flourish. They can also carry bacteria and viruses.
At a time when Cape Town is suffering a major water crisis one local business is doing it’s bit to reduce water consumption and reinforce the message that every drop counts.