Beverages

An artist's impression of the distillery after the upgrade is completed

Scots distillery receives £10.5m investment

By James Ridler

International wine and spirits producer Distell International has invested £10.5m in the Bunnahabhain Distillery on Islay, Scotland, as part of a three-year refurbishment programme.

Moorland has grown its exports by 400% this financial year

Moorland Spirit Co eyes international growth

By James Ridler

Northumberland-based distillery Moorland Spirit Co is set to increase its international sales further, after quadrupling its export revenues in this financial year.

Princes has invested in supporting UK recycling

Princes in support of UK recycling

By Paul Gander

With a new national waste strategy on the horizon, one food and drink manufacturer is eager to show it is supporting UK recycling.

The Office for National Statistics studied 17,000 products between September 2015 and June 2017 to determine the rate of shrinkflation

Shrinkflation hits food industry

By Aidan Fortune

The bread and cereals category has been most affected by shrinkflation since 2015, new pricing research has found.

Wester is vanilla spiced rum that is claimed to offer rich, round, earthy tones mixed with high citrus notes

Rum-making returns to Glasgow after 300 years

By Noli Dinkovski

A fast-growing drinks brand has brought commercial rum-making back to Glasgow for the first time in 300 years by opening a distillery in the west of the city.

The continuing Brexit debacle has led to representatives from the food industry to call for more time to agree a deal

Food industry demands more time for Brexit deal

By Aidan Fortune

The food industry has called for an extension to Britain’s impending exit from the EU following Parliament’s rejection of the Government’s Brexit Withdrawal Agreement.

The ASA has banned a Red Bull ad for making unsolicited health claims

Red Bull ad banned by advertising watchdog

By James Ridler

An advert for Red Bull energy drinks has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), after it was deemed to be making unsolicited health claims.