Pearly Bay, KWV’s popular range of quality, easy drinking wines, has extended its footprint and accessibility in the South African market with the launch of a 3-litre bag-in-box (BIB) version.
While bottled water has snatched the lion’s share of the non-alcoholic beverage market in the US, surpassing carbonated soft drinks, this is certainly not the case in SA.
Just call it Stoli vodka. The Stoli Group has announced that it is doing a "major rebrand" and ending "the use of the Stolichnaya name" following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Efforts continue to find sustainable alternatives to the 300-billion per annum single-use coffee cup lids, with news of an award-winning development out of Sweden.
In a leap for the commercialisation of bio-engineered food, a new milk will soon hit US shelves that isn’t a wholly plant-based product - rather it's made from whey proteins produced by microflora engineered to spit out exactly the same proteins found in milk from a cow.
Inspired in 2019 by the growth of mobile and micro canning in the US and the burgeoning craft beer industry, local entrepreneur Tom Riley imported a high-end canning system to South Africa and started Tiny Keg.
Billed as "the first-ever nitrogen-infused cola", PepsiCo has announced the forthcoming US-nationwide launch of Nitro Pepsi — an innovative new soda that will arrive this March.
Yet more good news on rooibos tea's health properties - with new research showing that, specifically, unfermented or green rooibos may help reduce anxiety.
The emergence of startups in algae-based foods is driving innovation and fueling spirulina market growth. Here's news of an interesting beverage development...
Ninety One opposed the deal on behalf of its investors. Bruce Whitfield interviewed company investment specialist Rob Forsyth.
Africa’s biggest premium beer brand, Castle Lite, has hit the refresh button in 2022 with a new look shrink and tray design across all its packs.
Swinkels Family Brewers, Dutch owners of the Bavaria Beer brand have launched two new products, Bavaria 0.0% Beer and Bavaria 0.0% IPA, to South African shelves.