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Declaring Food Allergens for Consumer Safety

New regulations effective from 24 February 2024 have brought significant changes to allergen labeling in the food industry, emphasizing clarity and consistency. These changes impact the alcohol industry as well, requiring specific allergen names, bold font for allergens in ingredient lists, and separate listings for ‘Wheat’ and ‘Gluten,’ among other important modifications, all aimed at enhancing transparency and ensuring consumer safety.

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Enhancing Product Traceability with Operation Categories in Vinsight – Your Guide on How to

Exemplifying innovation in the winemaking realm, Vinsight unveils “Operation Categories” – an ingenious tool enabling seamless compliance oversight and traceability throughout the manufacturing journey. From organic authenticity to market-specific regulations, these categories serve as the linchpin, seamlessly ferrying vital data from one winemaking phase to the next, ensuring premium quality and meticulous adherence to standards.

Different Sales Channels

Choosing the right distribution channel is crucial for wineries, breweries, and distilleries in the competitive beverage industry, as each channel offers unique advantages and challenges that require careful consideration to optimize profitability and long-term success. By leveraging tools like Vinsight’s category-based reporting, businesses can gain valuable insights to make informed decisions about the most suitable distribution channels for their goals and resources.

End of Financial year

As the financial year comes to a close, businesses should prioritize completing essential end-of-year tasks such as reconciling accounts, conducting inventory checks, and reviewing financial statements to ensure accurate records and set the stage for success in the upcoming period. By dedicating time to these crucial activities, businesses can gain valuable insights and position themselves for growth and prosperity in the future.

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The Rise of RTD’s

Part Time Rangers and Pals are two examples of RTD brands that have emerged in response to the growing trend towards crafted alcoholic beverages. Both brands are committed to sustainability and making a positive impact, providing consumers with a convenient and conscious option for their pre-made cocktails.