As a cultural product, gaming dwarfs both Hollywood and music combined, and the arrival of 5G is only likely to increase its reach.
Pampers in the US announced the launch of a new line of “smart” nappies that can alert parents when babies need their nappies changed.
‘Project Fear’ is a phrase you’re likely to read on any Brexit-related article where people with collected experience and expertise in a given field or industry (people we might call ‘experts’) promise negative economic and social outcomes due to Brexit.
While smart from a business standpoint, a potential acquisition of Deliveroo by Uber would likely represent a lose-lose scenario for consumers, restaurant partners and employees.
Coca-Cola buy Costa coffee chain from Premier Inn owners WhitBread today, giving the global giant its first truly global coffee brand in the profitable coffee market.
Standing on your own feet again may be a success, but what if you cannot walk?
Anyone looking for proof that the beverage industry is worried about the ‘war on plastic’ got it yesterday, when PepsiCo announced an agreement to purchase Israel-based SodaStream International for the hefty price of $3.2 billion.
In January, China initiated the biggest change in plastic recycling in history by effectively banned the importation of over 20 kinds of foreign waste – including plastic – as part of an initiative to focus on its own domestically produced waste.
Coffee giant JAB Holdings has announced the purchase of a majority stake in Pret A Manger in a deal reportedly worth £1.5bn.
How clean is your sunscreen?
McDonald’s has revealed that it recorded 37,241 outlets across 120 countries in 2017, a net store increase of 342 on the previous year.
If meat is grown in a laboratory and not on a farm or ranch, can it really be called meat?
There are increasingly more countries with the so-called sugar tax around the world and today the UK’s sugar tax takes effect.
Health claims on US food products are facing an overhaul, surprisingly courtesy of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
With over 700,000 bottles in the UK littering streets and nearby seas each day, the government had no choice but to implement its own deposit return scheme.
Sandwich shop Pret a Manger is planning to open its first outlet in the UK city of Hull.
Whole Foods Market became a natural and organic products mecca by selling unique products that could not be found elsewhere.
US president Donald Trump has blamed violent video games for contributing to US gun violence, following the Parkland high school massacre in Florida this month.
Can a huge UK music festival make public shaming of disposable plastic bottles and cups a thing by banning plastic bottles?
David Attenborough’s influence on the British drinks industry has never been greater.
Consumer goods giant Unilever has threatened to stop advertising on social media platforms that are “divisive”, threatening millions of dollars of online advertising spend.
After a series of corporate takeovers people are beginning to wonder what the craft beer definition is.
Meet the bartender of the future: you.
In its domestic market of Canada, Tim Hortons is an institution.
China’s recent ban on importing plastic waste means UK businesses and the government is under pressure to rethink their plastic waste strategy.
The 2008 financial crisis led the creator (or creators) of bitcoin to the conclusion an alternative was needed.
In a deal worth an eye-watering $5.1bn, spirits giant Bacardi has swallowed tequila brand Patron.
Bitcoin’s most recent, and arguably, most important criticisms haven’t just come from established financial giants like JP Morgan – they’ve come from environmentalists, who say that the energy required by the cryptocurrency will soar to unsustainable levels.
Soft drinks are facing another challenging year amid ongoing negativity around sugar and a looming sugar tax in the UK.
While cryptocurrencies have soared in value in recent months, ground-breaking developments in other blockchain applications have slipped by almost unnoticed.