Food And Beverage Press Releases

Rich DiTieri Joins BarUp as Company's First Advisor

We’d like to welcome Rich DiTieri to the BarUp team as as our first company advisor.

Albert's Café Now Hosting Private Parties in Their Banquet Halls

Possessing five separate party rooms, Albert’s Café is pleased to announce they are now reserving their catering and banquet halls for private parties this fall 2014 season. Giving each event the personalized attention it deserves, all needs will be accommodated by the caterers and event staff. Whether celebrating a birthday or anniversary, or throwing a fundraiser or benefit, there are rooms to accommodate up to 225 guests.

Berkey Water Filters Announces Advanced Gravity-Based Filters for Home and Travel

Writing for "Everydayhealth.com" columnist Diana Rodriquez makes a point of advocating the purification of water when traveling around the world for business or while on vacation. In her article, "Water Safety and International Travel" Diana Rodriquez writes, "Approximately 10 million people will travel internationally this year alone. Unfortunately, as many of fifty percent of that number will become ill from contaminated water. Water safety is a major concern for anyone traveling abroad. "

Now Available: New Zealand Beverage Forecasts October 2014

LogoThe New Zealand Beverage Forecast report published by Canadean provides essential information on the prospective trends of the beverage industry in chosen country.

New Market Study, "Greece Food & Drink Report Q1 2015", Has Been Published

LogoWe believe that deflation has further to run in Greece and now expect a return to positive inflation to occur in 2016, from 2015 previously. This will be underpinned by weak domestic demand, a fractured credit transmission channel, relatively restrictive monetary policy (despite recent efforts by the European Central Bank to provide monetary stimulus) and the lingering strength of the euro. Moreover, we warn that prolonged deflation poses a risk to economic growth and debt sustainability.

Recent Study: 100% Home Delivery/Takeaway in Portugal

LogoStudents and young adults have in the past contributed to the growth in demand for home delivered pizzas. However, the negative effects of high unemployment rates (16% at the end of 2013), decreasing disposable income and low consumer confidence by young professional workers and students undermined value sales of 100% home delivery/takeaway, as these consumers perceive it to be an unnecessary expense. Two other major factors continued to challenge the landscape: Consumers tightening their purse strings during this time of economic uncertainty, and an increase in pricing within this category due to a VAT increase. In this unfavourable climate, consumers reduced their expenditure across all foodservice categories, including 100% home delivery/takeaway. Although it fared better in comparison to full-service restaurants or self-service cafeterias, the drop of value sales was inevitable. Frequent offers and value deals were key reasons for the relatively better performance.

"Self-Service Cafeterias in Greece" Published

LogoThe number of outlets increased for self-service cafeterias in 2013, as the leader Venetis AVEET continued to invest in the channel. Nevertheless, self-service cafeterias only has a marginal presence in overall consumer foodservice in Greece, accounting for a negligible share of value sales. Overall, self-service cafeterias has become popular mainly because of the leading player, which has been expanding its network and creating traffic for the whole channel.

New Market Report: Asia Beverage Forecasts October 2014

LogoThe Global Asia Beverage Forecast report published by Canadean provides essential information on the prospective trends of the beverage industry in Asia

New Market Study, "Beer in Hong Kong, China", Has Been Published

LogoIncreasing sophistication acquired from international exposure and media coverage encouraged consumers to experiment with beers of various origin. This resulted in imported mid-priced lager recording the fastest total volume sales growth of 3% in 2013.

"Bahrain Food & Drink Report Q1 2015" Now Available at Fast Market Research

LogoDespite some downside risks, we maintain our positive outlook on food consumption growth in Bahrain throughout the forecast period. We forecast food consumption growth in local currency terms falling only slightly from the 6.4% forecast for 2014, supported as it is by strong growth in the mass grocery retail sector. Real GDP growth of 3.4% in 2014 is expected to be exceeded in 2015 and 2016 with growth of above 4% forecast for both years. However, employment and wage growth have slowed in recent months and are yet to show signs of improvement.

Consumer Foodservice in the Czech Republic - New Market Study Published

LogoConsumer foodservice in the Czech Republic recorded a decline in current value terms in 2013, though this was lower than the decline in the previous year. With slightly improved purchasing powers, Czech consumers spent more on foodservice and sales faced lower decline than during 2012. The number of foreign tourists continued to increase (by 2% in 2013) and this helped support consumer foodservice sales. Fast food performed the best, followed by 100% home delivery/takeaway and self-service...

"Hot Drinks: BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) Industry Guide" Published

LogoThe BRIC Hot drinks industry guide provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: market share, market size (value and volume 2009-13, and forecast to 2018). The guide also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market.

New Market Research Report: Rtds/High-Strength Premixes in Spain

LogoMany of Spain's leading alcoholic drinks manufacturers are now focusing on RTDs as increasing numbers of Spanish consumers are moving towards easy-to-drink beverages which require little or no preparation and which do need supplementary ingredients to be purchased. Nevertheless, this trend applies mainly to off-trade sales, while sales through the on-trade channel are characterised more by cocktails prepared by bar staff using spirits, mixers and various other ingredients. Consequently, in terms of their on-trade strategies, the leading manufacturers of RTDs/high-strength premixes are focusing more on targeting small bars which do not have the facilities to prepare elaborate cocktails and for whom RTDs represent a practical and rapid alternative.

Just Published: "Baby Food in Venezuela"

Logo"Baby Food in Venezuela" is a new report by ERC that analyzes the Baby Food industry demand prospects in Venezuela, key segments, features & developments, future projections based on various trends. This report also examines trends which are currently affecting the industry. Furthermore, it profiles various companies in the Baby Food industry in Venezuela along with the foreign trade involving the Baby Food industry.

Market Report, "Wine in Spain", Published

LogoDuring 2013, sales of wine in Spain were influenced by 2% increase recorded in the average off-trade unit price, which had the effect of discouraging many consumers from purchasing wine in retail outlets. In addition, sales of wine through the on-trade channel continued to decline, falling by 6% for the second consecutive year despite the strong performance of vermouth. Another factor influencing the poor performance of wine in Spain is the declining interest of young Spanish people in wine...

New Market Research Report: Turkey Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

LogoWe favour the sugar sector in Turkey because of the strong growth potential of the country's confectionery industry and our belief that large changes to the country's sugar production quotas are likely to occur in the coming years. We see upside potential in the livestock sector, as the government's supply of discounted credit has aided growth in recent years. We see some growth potential for the grain, dairy and rice sectors, though we believe the country's production growth in these segments will be hampered by high domestic production and input costs. Agricultural output will generally increase in 2015/16, primarily due to base effects which affected production in the 2014/15 season.

Gut and Digestive Health Ingredients and Consumer Products - Market Trends and Insights - New Study Released

LogoMillions of consumers are facing gut and digestive health disorders which provides business opportunities for dietary supplement producers looking to provide effective products that can help manage illness and intolerances, as well as promote overall health. Global demand for probiotics is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 6.8% from 2013 to 2018. The gastrointestinal health supplement category saw $1.4 billion in consumer sales in 2011, a 14% percent increase over the previous year.

OmniGlassware Releases New Spinning Globe Prestige Decanter

LogoOmniGlassware, a manufacturer of high quality glass decanters has released a new liquor decanter under the Prestige Decanters brand name.

Online Cooking Forum Gives Thanksgiving Ideas

Spice Pantry is the online forum for recipe help and cooking ideas. With close to 9,000 active members, it is one of the most active forums dedicated to cooking. Interested online visitors may sign up as a member for

EZB Pte Ltd Launches a New Promo Code and Rewards Program to Help Clients Save Money

BBQ remains a popular food choice with individuals around the globe, and EZB Pte Ltd recognizes this, offering discounts to help customers save money while enjoying their favorite foods. Customers ordering $150 or more of food receive $10 off of their order with the use of a promo code. In addition, the company offers EZBBQ Rewards to allow consumers to save even more on bbq singapore.

TraceGains Webinar Discussion with Expert Panel Explore Food Safety Impact

LogoTraceGains, a full service supplier, compliance, and regulatory document management solution, hosts a new webinar series “What Is Safe Food?” The upcoming webinar will feature a distinguished panel including Karil Kochenderfer of Linkages, a consultancy specializing in global trade, government, and public affairs, Beth Johnson, founder of Food Directions, and advisory group and consultancy focused on food labeling legislation, and Jessica Wasserman of Wasserman & Associates, a D.C.-based lawyer and advisor on food regulatory and import/export issues.

Paul's Tavern Announces Exciting Weekend Lineup of Live Performances

LogoThanksgiving and the ensuing weekend is a time when friends and family from all over get to reconnect at their favorite bars in Belmar. Providing those home for the holidays with excitement over the weekend, Paul’s Tavern has announced their weekend lineup of live performances.

Berried in Inspiration Shari Fitzpatrick Speaks

Shari Fitzpatrick (berriedinchocolate.com), an accredited member of the National Speaking Association (NSA), has just announced the launch of her 2015 limited engagement Berry Motivational Speaking Tour. Shari, creator of world’s famous line of gourmet-dipped strawberries, Shari’s Berries, and author of the book “Berried in Chocolate” is currently booking the few remaining spots on the tour in which she motivates other entrepreneurs, students, and business people to follow their dreams and never give up.

Recent Study: Beer in France

LogoIn 2013, new excise duties of around 160% higher than the previous year resulted in super-premiumisation of the category; instead of shifting part of their consumption onto potentially less expensive lagers, consumers have maintained, and even reinforced, their preference for premium beers, even if it meant drinking less. As per trade sources, the French market is highly atypical when compared to other countries, and buying behaviours confirm the exception that French consumers have a very...

"Fast Food in the Czech Republic" Published

LogoThe leading fast food operators continued to look for profitable locations to establish new outlets as the availability of such locations became scarce towards the end of the review period. McDonald?s CR introduced the concept of smaller outlets with more-limited menus and no seated area. The concept is less demanding on operating costs and is suitable for locations such as small shopping centres and transport stations. This type of outlet targets customers that will take products away for consumption at home, on a bus or train, or in the office. The first two smaller outlets with a limited range were opened in the shopping centres Harfa and Europark Sterboholy in Prague in November 2013. Subway aims to open new smaller outlets within service stations and forecourt retailers and in close proximity to hospitals and administrative buildings. The domestic chain Paneria introduced Paneria Expres outlets during 2013.

New Market Research Report: Beer in Japan (2014) - Market Sizes

LogoBeer in Japan by Mintel Market Sizes provides you with annual year-end market size data, most recently updated in 2014. This market covers all alcoholic and non-alcoholic beers. Market size is based on retail (off trade) and non-retail (on trade and food industry) sales. Market size for Beer in Japan is given in JPY and litre with a minimum of five years' historical data. Market Forecast is provided for five years. Included with this snapshot is socio-economic data for Japan. Population, Consumer Price Index (CPI), Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Exchange Rates.

New Market Study, "Full-Service Restaurants in Italy", Has Been Published

LogoThe most important trend impacting full-service restaurants in 2013 was the number of closures of independent outlets. This was a continuation of the trend already seen in 2012, as many operators started to quit the business; no longer finding it profitable due to the ongoing crisis affecting Italy. The depressing economic situation, which more and more Italians were experiencing first-hand, led consumers to be very careful of their out-of-home and non-essential expenses. Although the number of closures was less dramatic if compared with 2012, 2013 still saw 3,170 fewer outlets overall across the nation, with most closures happening in city centres.