Distell says the recent looting lifted the availability of liquor on the black market, while licensed small businesses were robbed of making future sales.
Pieter Boone, the CEO of grocery chain Pick n Pay, has called on President Cyril Ramaphosa to end the booze ban, noting that “many independent shopkeepers… will not survive another prolonged ban”.
After a full day's hearing yesterday, the Western Cape High Court reserved judgment on Vinpro’s urgent interim interdict application on the liquor Prohibition.
This is a question posed, and answered by Cape Town dairy company, Oakland Dairy, that's naturally keen to refute the health halo/hype around plant/nut-based milks.
BOS Brands, the makers of organic rooibos-based products, has launched BOSpresso, a smooth, full-bodied organic rooibos espresso.
News of this product popped up on reading that the Austria-based drink startup, Waterdrop, is making a debut in the US. The company sells "microdrinks" — hydrating compact sugar-free cubes that dissolve in water.
Soccer super-star Cristiano Ronaldo's removal of two Coca-Cola bottles at a Euro 2020 news conference this week coincided with a $4bn drop in the market value of the American drink giant.
In a significant development for the sector, the European Commission has approved the registration of the designation 'Rooibos'/'Red Bush' in its register of protected designations of origin and protected geographical indications.
Developed by some clever local and Italian food scientists – here’s news of Yangumasi, a brilliant solution to several African food issues: the easy preservation of milk, reduction of food waste and adding cost savings and convenience to a highly nutritious and affordable food/drink.
One of the biggest misconceptions about water is that it is just water, but there are ways to consume it that help accentuate its taste, Candice Jansen, South Africa's only certified sommelier, says.
Here's what to know about Tiger Brands' new venture capital fund of R100m aimed at assisting entrepreneurs who are either directly or indirectly linked to the food and beverages sector.
Only months after cancelling investment in SA, the world’s second-largest brewer, Heineken, is in talks to buy SA drinks producer Distell, its main cider competitor and the country’s largest non-brewing player.