Coca-Cola supports Australian bushfire recovery

Limited-edition cans of Coca-Cola are to be distributed to fire fighters and other volunteers in Australia as an expression of thanks, and part of further financial support towards bushfire emergency relief efforts.The relief is being coordinated by The Coca-Cola Foundation, Coca-Cola Australia and Coca-Cola Amatil.The latest package of measures follows the immediate support of water and other beverages already...

Call to reduce high levels of sugar in premixed alcoholic drinks

UK health pressure group Action on Sugar (AoS) has called for ready-to-drink (RTD) alcoholic beverages commonly sold in cans to be reduced in sugar and calories to help curb soaring obesity levels.A new survey from AoS, released to coincide with its Sugar Awareness Week (20-26 January 2020), reports that popular RTD pre-mixed spirits and cocktails sold in supermarkets are...

Coca-Cola and CCEP invest €1 billion in France

The Coca-Cola Company and Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) are to invest approximately €1 billion ($1.1bn) in France.The five-year investment will fund the introduction of new products, the expansion of CCEP's bottling capacity and the modernisation of its manufacturing plants in the country.Part of CCEP's €500 million investment will be spent on the development of its plant in Socx...

CDP reveals environmental A-list

Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) has revealed its 2019 corporate climate action A-list.The list features the 179 companies that CDP believes are leading the way on corporate transparency and action on climate change. The list commends companies – including Danone, Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP), Nestlé and Unilever – for their impressive environmental achievements.For example, CCEP made the CDP’s Climate A-list...

Canned beer pioneers report ‘unprecedented’ growth amid hard seltzer launches

A collective of American craft brewers that specialise in canning their products has said that 2019 saw “unprecedented growth” in sales, driven partly by their move into the fast-growing hard seltzer market.CANarchy, which is based in Longmont, Colorado, the home of canned beer pioneer Oskar Blues, said its seven brands sold the equivalent of 480,000 barrels last year, up 14 per...

Ellen MacArthur Foundation launches new circularity tool

A digital tool that could help packaging manufacturers measure their progress towards a circular economy has been developed by The Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF).Called Circulytics, the tool combines company-level data with insights and analysis from EMF’s data and metrics team. Circulytics  allows users to see where they lie in relation to their industry and highlights opportunities for innovation.The freely-available...

PepsiCo moves to 100 per cent renewable electricity in the US

PepsiCo is to use 100 per cent renewable electricity for its US direct operations this year.Renewable sources including wind and solar power will be used to make the company’s snacks and beverages – from Lay’s and SunChips to Bubly, Gatorade and Pepsi.“We have entered a decade that will be critical for the future of our planet’s health,” said...

Japanese brewery expands use of renewable energy

Canned beer is being produced by Asahi Breweries in Japan using energy from renewable sources.The production of non-alcoholic Asahi Dry Zero beer without using energy from finite sources had previously been adopted for the brewer’s Super Dry range.The energy is being provided by Japan Natural Energy Company Limited (JNECL), which generates power from renewable sources such as wind and...

Indonesian brewer installs Sidel canning line to meet growing demand

Brewery Bali Hai in Indonesia has installed a new canning line to meet growing demand for its beers.Supplied by packaging equipment specialist Sidel, part of the Tetra Laval group, the line was commissioned in August 2019 and fills up to 33,000 cans per hour, in either 330ml and 500ml sizes.The line is said to be twice as fast as...

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