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Global coffee output may rise marginally in 2013-14: ICO
By DBR Staff Writer
World coffee output is expected to rise slightly by 0.5% from 145.1 million bags during 2012-13 crop year (October-September) to 145.8 million bags in the current 2013-14 marketing year, according to a report by the International Coffee Organisation (ICO).
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US wine exports increase 16.4% to $1.55bn in 2013
By DBR Staff Writer
Wine exports from the US, mainly from California, reached record high revenue of $1.55bn in 2013, an increase of 16.4% from the previous year, according to the Wine Institute.
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Personal space and time is major driver of Chinese hot drinks market: Report
By DBR Staff Writer
Personal space and time, followed by changing lifestages and quality seeking, has emerged as the major behavioural trend that influenced hot drinks consumption in China during 2012, according to a report by Canadean – Soft Drinks.
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Specialty spirits dominate Brazilian market: Report
By DBR Staff Writer
The Brazilian spirits market was dominated by specialty spirits in 2012, according to a report by Canadean – Wines & Spirits.
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Domestic beer falling flat as Americans tackle bold flavors, healthier options
As Americans stock their refrigerators in advance of the Super Bowl, it would appear that the contents in the cooler may not align with what is traditionally one of the big game's biggest advertising spenders: domestic beer.
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Researchers analyze phenomena behind appearance of foam in beer
By DBR Staff Writer
Researchers from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) have found why and how beer transforms from a liquid to a foamy state when received an impact and acts like a nuclear explosion.
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Axing alcohol duty escalator will generate £230m finances: WSTA report
By DBR Staff Writer
The Wines and Spirits Trade Association (WSTA) has released a report saying that axing the government’s alcohol duty escalator (ADE) would boost public finances by over £230m and create 6,000 new jobs next year in the UK.
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Responsible drinking increases in UK: ONS survey
By DBR Staff Writer
New survey by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on UK drinking trends showed an increasing number of people drinking responsibly.
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Craft brewers’ economic contribution reaches $34bn in US
By DBR Staff Writer
According to a new analysis by the Brewers Association (BA)—the not-for-profit trade association that represents the majority of U.S. breweries—small and independent American craft brewers contributed $33.9 billion to the U.S. economy in 2012.
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The Brewers of Europe welcomes EESC report on beer sector
By DBR Staff Writer
The Brewers of Europe has welcomed a new report adopted by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) that recognizes the potential of the beer sector to generate jobs and growth.
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Indian coffee consumption to reach 125,000 in 2013: Coffee Board of India
By DBR Staff Writer
Coffee consumption in India is expected to reach around 125,000 tons for 2013 which is growing at a rate of 5% - 6% annually since 2010, according to the Coffee Board of India.
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Australian beer consumption lowest in 66 years: ABS
By DBR Staff Writer
Beer consumption in Australia hits a 66 year low, but wine is still going up, according to figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
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Chase Distillery reports Chase Vodka, Williams Gin exports growth in Asia
By DBR Staff Writer
UK-based Chase Distillery has reported growth in exports of its Chase Vodka and Williams Great British Extra Dry Gin in Asian markets.
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Spanish Rioja region wine exports up 7.74%
By DBR Staff Writer
Spain's Rioja region has reported a 7.74% increase in wine exports to 47.7 million liters in the first six months of 2013 compared to the same period in 2012.
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Wine industry generates $32.3bn revenue in 2012: Technomic report
By DBR Staff Writer
The wine industry has reported 3.6% growth in revenue to $32.3bn, and 2.2% growth in volume to 345.1 million 9l cases in 2012 despite shortage of supply and slow economy, according to the 2013 WineTAB report from Technomic, part of its Trends in Adult Beverage (TAB) series.
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