A lot of negative chatter around energy drinks is unsubstantiated, but the sheer quantity of stories cannot be denied.
In an attempt to spur stagnant Japanese consumption, as well as to help to curb long working hours, the Japanese government and Keidanren (Japan Business Federation) have come up with something called Premium Friday.
In contrast to developed markets, where tobacco prices are higher and regulation more stringent, the low price of tobacco products in emerging markets is a disincentive for switching to e-cigarettes.
Cannabis is increasingly affecting all aspects of retail in the US.
Historically, dairy has not been an integral part of the Chinese diet.
You can pretty much 3D print anything — and make-up is no exception.
Restaurant sales in Portugal are getting over their stagnation from the financial crisis.
The Veggy Cornetto, a soy-based ice cream, is hitting the shelves this summer, making vegans very happy.
With the news that McDonald’s has plans to begin a delivery service (finally!), what do consumers want in a delivery?
Alcohol is generally considered to be bad for your health — too much of it anyway — so is this slight rise in price a way to try and get people drinking less?
In February 2017, two large drinks brands and one large pub chain announced that they would label alcoholic drinks with nutritional information, including calories.
Unilever is exploring a new marketing channel – a Pokemon Go-like mobile app game, where people have an opportunity to win prizes.
Driven by the country’s rapid economic growth and urbanisation, young, newly affluent Indian’s are increasingly opting for quick, on-the-go food.
No, of course it isn’t.
In a novel attempt to fight back against falling sales, Pepsi’s 7Up is being marketed as a food ingredient.
The supermarket industry has seen contactless card payments, self-service checkouts, self-scanners, and mobile payments rip through their stores.
The US gave birth to coffee culture as we know it.
Despite the Chinese government saying it expects births in the country to reach 21m by 2020, data suggests the actual figure will be significantly lower than this.
Although some in the industry have forecast a decline in the popularity of gluten–free foods, the latest data doesn’t appear to confirm the hum.
Unlike the sophisticated grooming routines of Asian men, such as those of South Korea, men’s beauty regimes in the West have traditionally lacked complexity.
As the war on sugar rages, it is no surprise that almost half (48 percent) of consumers globally are actively choosing soft drinks which have low or no sugar.
Major chocolate companies such as Nestle and Mars are planning to shrink the size of their current chocolate lines by 20 per cent.
The tech sector is increasingly driving people to restaurants and fast food outlets in China.
It seems nothing can stop the rising tide of craft beer from flooding the world.
Coffee fruit has been bubbling under the radar as an ingredient to watch for several years, however 2017 looks set to finally propel the so-called super fruit into the mainstream.
While beginning to take hold in West Europe, the sugar tax on soft drinks was still very much in its infancy in the US in 2016.
The recent gin boom isn’t only about the spirit.
And, yep, you guessed it — It’s Nestle.
It is a lot easier to say you want to be a healthy snack company than to actually become one.