Premium mixers and soft drinks: Five trends for the future

The UK company, which has been making natural botanically brewed drinks for more than 100 years, is confident that the premiumization of the drinks category is here to stay – ‘and, indeed, go from strength to strength’. Consumers continue to crave higher-quality options, while craft is still a craze.

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Storm in a teacup: How Melbourne swapped coffee for a cuppa

She focused on herbal blends for health and wellbeing, starting with her first product, Complexion, which is still made with red clover, nettle, dandelion leaf, calendula and burdock. “All the different teas that have evolved over the years have a different purpose,” says Hilbert.

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Time for drinks companies to switch from Millennials to Generation Z – research | Beverage Industry News | just-drinks

Brand owners will need to keep up with the endless list of food and drink ‘I wants’ in order to connect with Generation Z consumers determined to express themselves through what they buy, according to the latest report from FUTURES, the new insights service from just-food and sister site just-drinks.

Source: Time for drinks companies to switch from Millennials to Generation Z – research | Beverage Industry News | just-drinks