Tea and Coffee

Winners and losers in non-alcoholic drinks: Mintel

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

With consumers concerned about the sugar content of their drinks, bottled water is a clear winner in today’s UK non-alcoholic beverage market. But what other drinks are doing well - and which ones are struggling?

Nestea is backing up its rebranding and simplified tea products with a 'Less is More' campaign.

Nestea scales up new brand identity with ‘less is more’ campaign

Role Tea aims to be available in 25 Whole Food stores by mid-June, the company said.

Role Tea secures Whole Foods listing with eye on nationwide expansion

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Nestlé inaugurates Nescafé and Maggi factory in Dubai

According to the team, the process has the potential to enable 720,000 tonnes of biodiesel to be produced each year from spent coffee grounds. ©iStock

Spent coffee grounds: Unlocking a greener biofuel potential

Jürgen Schischko, technical service director, Treofan.

Treofan turns to phthalate-free packaging films and mineral oil barriers

Bettina Haidvogl, marketing specialist, consumer goods packaging, Mondi.

‘Cows head’ sliced cheese packs, small pouch formats and paper packaging take centre stage at Mondi

Vento packaging by Amcor. Picture: Amcor.

Liepaja and Amcor debut Konigstern coffee packaging with built-in vent control

Marcia Pires, polymer science researcher, Braskem.

Braskem packaging changes color if a product is unfit for consumption

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Tea genome: How a single leaf can produce so many flavours

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