Pure air from Switzerland is being marketed to people in heavily-polluted cities around the world by start-up company Swiss Alpine Air.Launched last week, ‘Air’...
An aluminium easy-open end for beverage cans that is said to be 10 percent lighter than conventional 202 ends has been launched by canmaker...
The maker of Red Bull in Thailand has launched two premium energy drinks under the Ready brand to attract office workers and young consumers.Red...
Two cities in Australia are competing to attract investment from independent Scots-based craft brewer BrewDog, which says it will make a decision on the...
Although most students setting off for university this month will be using canned foods, just as many are unaware of their nutritional benefits.More than...
A French astronaut has paid tribute to the vital role played by canned foods during his time on the International Space Station (ISS) this...
As the switch to cans in the US craft brewing business gains momentum, three more brewers upgraded their operations this week.In Tennessee, Memphis Made...
A self-contained beer and beverage can filling and seaming machine is the first of its type to be launched by Germany’s Krones.The ‘bloc’ volumetric...
Can’d Aid, the foundation formed employees of Colorado (USA) craft brewer Oskar Blues, is inviting volunteers to help in the clean up operations following...

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