NEW YORK— The milk industry is fed up with all the sourness over dairy. Julia Kadison, CEO of Milk Processor Education Program, which represents milk companies, says the breaking point came last year when the British Medical Journal published a study suggesting drinking lots of milk could lead to earlier deaths and higher incidents of fractures.» Read More
Breaking down KO's first quarter numbers, reporting revenues of $11.14B vs. $10.8B est, with Mark Swartzberg, Stifel Nicolaus beverage analyst.
The "Mad Money" host reveals which earnings reports he plans to monitor.
Regional distribution for many craft brewers is limited, the demand is not. The category continues to show consistent growth year after year and the question facing many brewers is how to best meet increased demand.
Move over Milwaukee and step aside St. Louis! There’s a new Beer City, USA, that's the hottest spot in the brewing world. Pull up a barstool and we'll tell you where it is!
James Bond will be reaching for a Heineken, not his signature martini — shaken, not stirred — in the upcoming Bond flick, Skyfall, as part of in a six-figure cross-promotion deal, reported by Ad Age.
As the beverage industry gears up for the Summer Olympics and warmer weather, Barry Dixon, head of Davy Research, told investors that C&C is the stock to watch as cider meets the U.S.
Starting this week, sharp-eyed wine consumers might notice the Bulgari name in an unexpected place, a wine label, as the Bulgari family slowly enters the wine business.
James White, Jamba Juice CEO, discusses hiring and what's behind Jamba Juice stock's 62% rise year-to-date.
The Brewers Association, the trade association representing small and independent brewers, has released its full 2011 data and the numbers, as usual, are striking.
One of the best known slogans in advertising is making a comeback. MillerCoors is bringing back the tagline “It’s Miller Time”, made famous in the 1970’s during its use with Miller High Life and brought back a second time for Miller Lite from 1997 to 2002.
It’s often said it’s good to be Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, but it may better to be in the beer business.
St. Patrick’s Day is the smallest of all consumer holidays in terms of how much people spend, but more Americans than ever — some 54.4 percent, according to BigResearch — are planning to celebrate the traditional Irish holiday this year. The market researcher estimates consumers will spend about $35 on the holiday, or about $4.6 billion.
This year, voters chose 10 shops from across the country to receive the Best Brew Award. Find out who the winners are.
Fruit flies apparently self-medicate just like many humans do, using alcohol as a balm when rejected by desired mates, the New York Times reports.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on a booming segment of the beverage sector.
The online wine retailer TastingRoom.com now offers a solution for wine connoisseurs who wish to indulge in high-end wine by the glass at home. The strategy caters to consumers who are breaking out the corkscrew more often and whose tastebuds are more adventurous than those of older generations.
The Fast Money crew discuss unusually large option volumes in both Green Mountain and Starbucks ahead of last night's announcement by Starbucks. Ketih Siegner, analyst at Credit Suisse, weighs in.
It appears the fastest way to growth for many beer companies is to look beyond beer. The latest example came Tuesday when Molson Coors Brewing announced it is launching Coors Light Iced Tea in Canada next month, with a possible U.S rollout at a later date.
Bourbon now accounts for 70 percent of the $1.1 billion in spirits the U.S. exports annually, according to the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States. Citigroup estimates that sales could double over the next seven years. And that is giving Kentucky's economy a healthy boost.
Forget Dow 13,000, for an indication of which direction the economy may be heading look no further than Napa Valley. After a record $3.1 million in wine was sold at the Premier Napa Valley trade auction this past weekend, it appears the economy may be looking up.