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Impact of COVID-19 on Retail Alcohol Sales

Alcohol sales in-store and online have increased, but overall consumption is down.

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Carbonated Beverages Have a Problem

The Lempert Report: COVID-19 has forced a decrease in ethanol production and increased the cost of CO2 used in foods and beverages.

Consumer trends are driving the sales of what they perceive to a healthier alcohol alternative.

What's On Tap: A roundup of news from the beer aisle and the beverage industry.

The Lempert Report: The American Beverage Association spent almost $19 million fighting Philadelphia's tax from 2016 through September 2019. But who won?

Meal-replacement beverages offer grocers an opportunity to profit from the promise of fresh.

Coca-Cola taps into “Aha” moments for seltzer lovers as Americans’ thirst for sugar- and calorie-free drinks surges.

Consumers more than ever are concerned about health and wellness, and beverage brands are rising to the occasion to improve the drinks they offer.

The brand "pops-up" in Manhattan as shoppers discover and sample new items.

Tyson Foods, The Coca-Cola Co. and Francis Ford Coppola Winery are among the first brands to sign on to a new promotional program from digital meal planning service eMeals that is designed to help food and beverage companies increase online penetration.

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