Soft & Hot Drinks

Sweet truth about the soft-drinks industry levy

Soft focus: more low- and no-sugar options are now available

Following five years focusing on reformulation, Britvic is ahead of the curve when it comes to the impending soft drinks tax. Nikkie Sutton reports.

Popular drink: Brits drink 165m cups of tea a day (credit: danvojtech/istock/thinkstock.co.uk)

Strike while it's hot: tea and coffee should not be ignored in pubs

Teetotallers: Club Soda co-founder Laura Willoughby explained how pubs can adapt to appeal to non-drinkers

MA500: we aren't saying don't drink, it's pubs having something for everyone

Reformulation: some soft drinks companies have brought out no- or low-sugar alternatives

Soft drinks industry levy: what drinks won't be taxed?

Comeback: the campaign has returned following its success with Idris Elba in 2016

Idris Elba fronts new Purdey’s campaign

Sales boost: managed pub operators have seen a 6.1% jump in like-for-like sales

Strong April sales help managed pubs outperform restaurants

New look: Fentimans boss Eldon Robson revealed the soft drinks brand will be revamped

Fentimans will triple turnover by 2022, says owner

Glass act: Schweppes' 'skittles' bottles were used in mainstream production

The first carbonated soft drink

Image power: it can be beneficial to encourage customers to take photos and share them

Is social media ruining the UK's pub culture?

Confusion over sugar tax: consumers do not know which products the levy applies to

Consumers 'hugely misunderstand' sugar tax

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