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Can artificial sweeteners cause cancer? This study raises questions
A large study in France flags a possible link between artificial sweeteners and an increased risk of cancer. What exactly can we read from it?
UK bars and clubs close in solidarity with anti-spiking boycott
Campaigners have called for a one-night boycott of bars and nightclubs on Wednesday in protest at rising cases of young women being drugged via drinks or needles, often a prelude to sexual assault.
Campari to raise Aperol prices in 2022 to offset surging costs
Fan of Aperol Spritz? Bad news. Expect to see your sunshine go-to cost a little bit more next year.
'O zapft is!': Munich's world-famous Oktoberfest beer festival opens
The festival brings more than six million people to the southern German city.
Coca-Cola to launch first alcoholic drink
Soft-drink giant breaks with tradition by entering into the alcopops market in Japan.
Ale Mary! Church turns to beer brewing to raise funds
Saint Catherine's church in Brussels is turning to Belgium's brewing tradition to raise funds for renovation work
'Employee of the yeast': London brewery is hiring a professional beer taster
Drinking beer and getting paid for it.
South Korean barista takes coffee art to a new level
Replications of famous paintings take coffee art to a whole new level.
Oregon winegrowers diversify into marijuana
With demand for recreational marijuana booming in Oregon, some winegrowers are starting to put their fileds to dual use.
Starbucks' customer support 'wanes' after CEO's refugee hiring promise
Customer support for Starbucks has waned in recent weeks as customers negatively react to the coffee giant's promise to hire thousands of refugees
EU sparks row with Israel over settlement made goods labels
A row has erupted between the European Union and Israel over the labelling of products “Made in Israel.” New guidelines mean Israeli producers must
Christmas cup blackens Starbucks image in online attacks
In the ‘tempest in a teacup’ category — only here it’s a coffee cup — some American conservatives are seeing red. They have accused the
Beer giants AB InBev and SABMiller agree terms for mega merger
The mega beer merger is a step closer. The world’s biggest brewer AB InBev has launched its bid of over 100 billion dollars for its nearest rival
Climate change? Warmer weather leaves Belgian brewery in low spirits
The owner of a Belgian brewery is in low spirits, as unusually warm weather wreaks havoc with production. Brasserie Cantillon, based in Brussels
AB InBev and SABMiller agree takeover deal to create new beer giant
If at first you don’t succeed, try try again. After being rebuffed several times in its bid to take over SABMiller, brewing giant AB InBev’s
Italy becomes world's largest wine producer ahead of France
Italy has overtaken France to become the world’s largest wine producer this year, according to European Union data. Moderate weather conditions have
SABMiller rejects latest AB InBev bid in big beer battle
The battle of the brewers between the world’s two biggest beer producers has taken another twist. SABMiller – owners of Peroni – has rejected the
Fonterra profit up 183% despite dairy industry woes
The world’s largest dairy exporter and New Zealand’s largest company, Fonterra, has reported a rise in full-year profit of 183 percent. In the year
Milk protest in Brussels
Dairy farmer protest calls for greater EU support Dairy farmers from across Europe have staged a demonstration outside the EU headquarters in
Brewer's figures fizz for investors
The world’s second largest brewer SABMiller has delighted investors with the company’s results for the first half of the financial year. The