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Europe: Carlsberg Group runs first carbon-neutral brewery

Carlsberg Sverige is running a brewery with zero carbon emissions from its energy consumption in Falkenberg, Sweden. The facility is 100% powered by biogas and...

Asia Pacific: Vietnam sells state-owned beer companies, report

The Vietnamese government’s sale of a majority share in the two largest state-run breweries offers foreign brewers to take a stake in the country's...

Americas: Researchers could remove sulfites from wine

Since the time of the Roman Empire, winemakers have added sulfites to preserve their products. Sulfites, a class of compounds including sulfur dioxide and...

Asia Pacific: Researchers create an alcoholic beverage from soy

A research team from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has successfully turned tofu whey, a liquid that is generated from the production of...

Americas: The young still like their sweet drinks, report

Although children and adults drank less sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) from 2003 and 2014, researchers find consumption remains high among adolescents and young adults, and...

Asia Pacific: Vietnam tests new flavors in beer clubs, report

Vietnamese beer drinkers are increasingly picking up premium and superpremium products from shelves, with premium beer consumption rocketing to 10 million hectoliters in 2016,...

Europe: Tetra Pak publishes Orange book

Alongside the latest technologies and consumer insights, Tetra Pak releases a study that shows how small the impact of pasteurization is on the levels...

Europe: Nestle builds infant formula plant in Russia

Nestlé has laid the foundation stone for its first infant formula plant in Russia. The CHF 30 million (US$30.76 million) plant will be part...

Asia Pacific: Suntory in Singapore launches global walk program

Suntory Beverage & Food Asia Pte Ltd (SBFA) launches the 'One Suntory Walk', a global initiative to drive employee health management in conjunction with...

Asia Pacific: India’s wine sector to grow rapidly, report

Rising purchasing power and the increasing impact of westernization are set to boost the Indian wine sector in the years to come, finds research...
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