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Chinese now make up nearly half of Aussie university’s oenology places

Chinese now make up nearly half of Aussie university’s oenology places

One Australian university has seen an almost three-fold increase in Chinese enrolments in its winemaking courses over the past five years.

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GST will ‘make food cheaper’, but drinks firms brace for price rises

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Breaking into the milk market: India’s top dairy alternatives

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‘Informed’ Chinese millennials shun Asian fruit in their juices

Companies like Lavazza would see significant sales growth if they embraced the instant coffee mix trend in Asian markets, according to Euromonitor International. ©iStock/ itman__47

Lavazza mirrors global coffee market targeting North America, but it must look to Asia for future growth

Cannabis tea eclipsed sales from all of last year within the first three months of 2017, BDS Analytics found. ©iStock/Creative-Family

Cannabis tea sales rise in US driven by women, says BDS Analytics

Gin is doing well in the alcoholic drinks market in the UK. Pic:iStock/LiliGraphie

Winners and losers in the alcoholic drinks market: Mintel

Health and wellness products are driving the non-alcoholic beverage market in the UK. Pic:iStock/tezzstock

Winners and losers in non-alcoholic drinks: Mintel

'Women are just like men: they are subjective in their taste, you cannot make one beer that suits half the planet's population.'  Pic:©iStock/gpointstudio

How can beer appeal to women?

Reduced volume declines in global alcoholic drinks market driven by improvements in Asia Pacific and Eastern Europe. ©iStock/alazur

Euromonitor: Global alcoholic drinks market sees slight lift but remains in negative territory

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