Small South African businesses are expanding into distilling, increasing the offering of local products to consumers. This is founded on an interest in unique flavour profiles, supported by a wide range of opportunities from nature, such as fynbos, and a wide array of citrus fruits.
Investments are growing in rum as the sugar supply stabilises. Floods adversely affected the sugar cane supply, but financial aid was offered by the government, working to rectify supply.
South African consumers are switching to brands they resonate with, creating a dual marketing technique from leading players. First, the economic impacts of load shedding are common knowledge amongst consumers, and the influences of industrialisation on the environment, including climate change.
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