If you cut yourself shaving, you need to stop the bleeding.
Ooho is a blob-like, edible water bottle which stores water within a biodegradable, tasteless membrane made from seaweed, making it a far more sustainable alternative to plastic bottles.
The Chinese food group, Bright Food, has agreed to sell its majority stake in Weetabix, which includes brands such as Alpen and Ready Brek, for £1.4bn.
The food and drink industry is fighting back in the war on sugar as major UK brands unveil new recipe changes in an attempt to reduce the sugar burden of their products.
Finding a bug in your juice (or your kale) would usually be cause for complaint, but one Danish company wants you to pay for the privilege.
In June 2017, Coca-Cola Life will vacate the UK market after poor sales.
UK’s surprise general election next month is heaping uncertainty on top of a political situation already fraught with doubt.
The labour union for Japanese courier firm Yamato Transport has demanded parcel volumes be curbed, as drivers are struggling to meet delivery demands.
Millennials — those aged between 18 and 34 — are leading more demanding lifestyles than previous generations, which is draining energy levels and driving the need to rejuvenate rather than intoxicate.
The impact of Brexit in the form of a weaker pound and higher inflation will add to an already complicated trading landscape for British beer exports.
The booming fine wine industry has attracted the interest of fraudsters.
Pet ownership is on the rise with two thirds of consumers globally owning a pet in 2016, compared to 60 percent in 2014.
Unilever has said it will be selling its margarine business, which includes staple UK brands Flora and Stork, to streamline its food portfolio to reduce costs and raise profit margins as a reaction to Kraft Heinz’s failed takeover bid.
Cola can do a lot of things. In the summer it cools us down.
The two largest trade associations in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu have proposed a ban on the sale of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo.
Bitcoin’s value could reach as high as $2,100 in 2017, according to Saxo Bank’s speculative report titled Outrageous Predictions for 2017.
Marriott, the international hotel chain, is testing artificial intelligence digital voice assistants, but do people really want them?
Meat packers in Brazil – the world’s biggest red meat and poultry exporter – have allegedly been selling rotten and salmonella-tainted produce.
Younger generations are using anti-ageing products earlier, meaning companies should start targeting people while they’re still in their teens.
Cadbury’s long-loved Freddo chocolate bar is to increase its price to 30p from 2017, stirring some angry reaction from fans.
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?