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Cannabidiol has become rather popular a while ago and I believe it’s safe to assume that it won’t disappear anywhere anytime soon. When people discover something that can be good for them, they tend to stick to it and that is exactly what’s happening with this cannabis based compound. Manufacturers have certainly used that to their advantage and decided to create all kinds of products that people may love.
Diageo South Africa has assisted more than 400 on-premise establishments, including bars, taverns and restaurants to rebuild their businesses after the Covid-19 lockdowns. A total of R200 million in stock replenishments, cash and marketing support, has been given, as well as the beginning of a new movement to promote responsible drinking.
Tito Mboweni’s Budget Speech has been well-received in most circles. Not touching taxes, the Finance Minister dismissed the gloomy forecasts about taxation having to fund vaccines. And as tax is the one budget element that affects everyone, the overall sentiment post-budget is almost positive. Unfortunately, it is a sentiment that can’t be shared by the wine industry.
The Coca-Cola Co is to launch a trial of 'soda syrups' in Germany, similar to the ones PepsiCo produces for its SodaStream platform.
With Americans drinking more light beer than ever, Anheuser-Busch is giving them another option with the nationwide release of Budweiser Select.
After years of sluggish U.S. sales, the low-calorie beer became confined to retailers in the St. Louis area.
The iconic brand?s first premium, flavorful, tropical cocktail returns to shelves nationwide accompanied by a bigger, bolder single-serve offering
Hemelzicht Vineyards, a new investment model that gives the public the opportunity to own a share in a luxury wine estate.
Plus delicious all-natural cocktails to help you entertain in sustainable style.
Noble Savage Brewing Company's Vienna-style lager Committed To Excellence will have a limited run as part of a fundraiser.
Here are our 11 most highly rated wines of last month: Porseleinberg 2018 - 97/100 (read the original review here) Reyneke Reserve Red 2017 - 97/100 (read
Carling Black Label benefited from a shift to more affordable booze brands last year, according to the latest AB InBev results.
It all started innocently enough when Anele and the Club on 947 asked Joburg for their favourite smoothie recipes