Monthly Archives: April 2023

If Only It Were Bud: European Authorities Destroy Thousands Of American Beer Cans

Belgian trade authorities destroyed more than 2,300 cans of Miller High Life meant for Germany earlier this week because the brews were labeled the “Champagne of Beers,” a violation of European Union international customs policies. The General Administration of Belgian Customs and the Champagne Committee, which monitors and regulates the shipment of alcohols for the wine region of Champagne, France, confirmed in a statement that the two

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AB InBev to focus on organic growth over dealmaking, CEO says

The world’s largest brewer’s last transformative deal came in 2016. By James Beeson anheuser-Busch InBev CEO Michel Doukeris has hinted at a shift in direction for the Belgian-headquartered brewing giant to prioritise brand building over mergers and acquisitions. In an interview with the Financial Times, Doukeris said his experience in AB InBev’s operations prior to becoming CEO in 2021 had made him

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