In 2020, the importance of ecommerce grew, with direct-to-consumer becoming vital for many food and drink businesses. This had an interesting knock-on effect on packaging design. Read more
Throughout 2020, the Australian beverages industry showed an underpinning of resilience and sustained or even accelerated investment. The Australian Beverages Council CEO Geoff Parker looks at lessons from 2020 and their impact on trends for 2021.
Meaningful stories, plant-based everything and foods to improve your mood are just some of the trends to watch in 2021 according to Innova Market Insights’ annual Top 10 Trends report. Kim Berry takes a look at what’s hot.
After a torrid 2020, Food & Drink Business asks some of the leaders in Australian food and beverage manufacturing about the year ahead. Kim Berry writes.
The unforeseen disruption experienced in 2020 has prompted food and beverage producers to future proof their businesses as far as is possible. Infor ANZ managing director Jarrod Kinchington writes.
Despite around three out of four APAC consumers drinking less alcohol, the adoption of alternative drinks remains low, according to survey results from GlobalData.
In its annual report on consumer trends Euromonitor International says sustainability, convenience and a new “phygital reality” are three developments that will influence business strategies.