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All roads lead to craft beer
All roads lead to craft beer

We have seen mainstream beer dominating with not many threats quickly making their presence felt... until now that is. Craft beer has become a force to be reckoned with and even turning heads of big guns such as SAB - a subsidiary of the second-largest brewer in the world, SABMiller. How then will the Goliath of SA beer win a stake in this gold mine?

By Mbongeleni Hlomuka 25 May 2015 15:33

All roads lead to craft beer
All roads lead to craft beer

We have seen mainstream beer dominating with not many threats quickly making their presence felt... until now that is. Craft beer has become a force to be reckoned with and even turning heads of big guns such as SAB - a subsidiary of the second-largest brewer in the world, SABMiller. How then will the Goliath of SA beer win a stake in this gold mine?

By Mbongeleni Hlomuka 25 May 2015 15:33

'Size cap on farms could devastate agriculture'
'Size cap on farms could devastate agriculture'

Agricultural experts have warned that the government's plan to cap the size of farms could have a devastating effect on food production and prices...

By Jan-Jan Joubert 25 May 2015 10:15

Putting nature back in natural sugar
Putting nature back in natural sugar

With the launch of Natura Sugars in South Africa, consumers can rediscover the true taste of sugar. The range is unrefined and unprocessed and made from lush ripe canes cultivated on the tropical island of Mauritius, which is free from genetic modification and can be linked to fair-trade farming.

25 May 2015 09:46

Putting nature back in natural sugar
Putting nature back in natural sugar

With the launch of Natura Sugars in South Africa, consumers can rediscover the true taste of sugar. The range is unrefined and unprocessed and made from lush ripe canes cultivated on the tropical island of Mauritius, which is free from genetic modification and can be linked to fair-trade farming.

25 May 2015 09:46

Unpacking brand activation for FMCGs
Unpacking brand activation for FMCGs

Changes in the power dynamics along the path-to-purchase have introduced a new world order in which customers reign and love flaunting their freedom.

By Joseph Neusu 22 May 2015 13:19

PnP educational programme to improve matric pass rate
PnP educational programme to improve matric pass rate

According to the Department of Education's 2014 matric review, approximately 41% of learners who enter Grade 1 end up matriculating...

22 May 2015 12:00

Grant's releases Select Reserve - the latest premium blend
Grant's releases Select Reserve - the latest premium blend

William Grant & Sons has released its Select Reserve - a standout blend with an unmistakable sweet yet rich and peaty flavour. Handpicked whiskies that create a delicious multi-layered whisky with hints of fresh fruits, subtle spices and light peat smoke all enveloped in a vanilla sweetness. The finish is long lasting with a lingering smoky sweetness.

22 May 2015 11:33

Grant's releases Select Reserve - the latest premium blend
Grant's releases Select Reserve - the latest premium blend

William Grant & Sons has released its Select Reserve - a standout blend with an unmistakable sweet yet rich and peaty flavour. Handpicked whiskies that create a delicious multi-layered whisky with hints of fresh fruits, subtle spices and light peat smoke all enveloped in a vanilla sweetness. The finish is long lasting with a lingering smoky sweetness.

22 May 2015 11:33

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[Food for Thought] Feeding the nation

Food shortages and exorbitant taxes on bread was the spark that fuelled the French Revolution and brought down a monarchy. At a fundamental level, food security today is still as important for the well-being of a nation. The difference is it isn't just about providing food to the population, but also about access to good nutrition and the cost - in terms of health risks - of doing so.

By Nicci Botha 21 May 2015 07:00

Record year for Rekorderlig ciders
Record year for Rekorderlig ciders

Towards the end of last year, Rekorderlig, a Swedish fruit cider, entered the South African cider market with three of its flagship flavours, Strawberry and Lime, Wild Berries and Pear. The semi-sweet drink, made from 100% European apples or pears, is blended with other fruits and crushed at their freshest, to retain their best possible flavour and bottled on site.

20 May 2015 14:52

Record year for Rekorderlig ciders
Record year for Rekorderlig ciders

Towards the end of last year, Rekorderlig, a Swedish fruit cider, entered the South African cider market with three of its flagship flavours, Strawberry and Lime, Wild Berries and Pear. The semi-sweet drink, made from 100% European apples or pears, is blended with other fruits and crushed at their freshest, to retain their best possible flavour and bottled on site.

20 May 2015 14:52

Record year for Rekorderlig ciders
Record year for Rekorderlig ciders

Towards the end of last year, Rekorderlig, a Swedish fruit cider, entered the South African cider market with three of its flagship flavours, Strawberry and Lime, Wild Berries and Pear. The semi-sweet drink, made from 100% European apples or pears, is blended with other fruits and crushed at their freshest, to retain their best possible flavour and bottled on site.

20 May 2015 14:52