Fine for counterfeit seller
Cellar Trends has been told not to re-run two posters for Skyy vodka after the Advertising Standards Authority ruled they associated alcohol with seduction and sexual success.
Diageo has announced plans for a pioneering bioenergy plant at its distillery in Cameron bridge, Fife.
The owner of a Birmingham off-licence was fined £4,125 after best-before labels were removed from more than 150 bottles of lager,
Late licence granted to Merseyside retailer following High Court appeal
Australia has overtaken the UK as the number one export destination for New Zealand wines, according to official figures released this week.
Mont Tauch targets the younger set
Tesco has become the first off-trade retailer to have its in-house training recognised under the BII
Online retailer thedrinkshop.com
Wolverhampton-based brewer Marston's is likely to be a serious contender
Our friends at Smirnoff haven't been wasting time twiddling their thumbs during the summer silly season.
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Miller Brands has a new UK boss following the dep arture of current managing director Gary Whitlie.
Mid-Strength version launched in bid to court responsible drinking set
The Southwold brewer's retail arm is branching out of its East Anglia base. Christine Boggis talks expansion plans
Imperial Tobacco is adding two new Clipper lighters to its portfolio. Clipper Stylo and Clipper Stylo Electronic will be available in outers of 50 with rrps of 69p and 79p respectively. The company is also extending the range of colours in its Clipper Meta llic range, but will discontinue Clipper Silver Top from Oct 1.
Britvic Soft Drinks is offering Tango consumers their money back if they aren't satisfied with the product's taste.
The Hancocks cash and carry group is adding four new gift products to its exclusive Solen chocolate range for the Christmas market.
Cadbury is to relaunch its Wispa chocolate bar permanently after a high profile
English cricketer Monty Panesar is putting his support behind Walkers' Do Us a Flavour! Win a Packet! competition, in which consumers are asked to invent a new crisp flavour.
Diageo is ploughing £300,000 into a campaign promoting some of its spirits as ideal autumn drinks.
Teacher's is trying to cash in on the 30-plus male market by offering consumers the chance to win a classic car in a 100,000-bottle on-pack promotion backed by national press ads throughout September.
A young entrepreneur is offering consumers and the trade the chance to get cocktail recipes sent directly to their mobile phones. Text4Cocktails lets users text the word "cocktail", followed by the name of the cocktail of their choice to the number 82055, and the recipe is instantly sent to their phone.
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