Cannabis-infused seltzer launched under Pabst brand

The venerable Pabst Blue Ribbon beer brand has been brought up to date with the launch in California of a seltzer infused with a cannabis derivative.The seltzer produced by Pabst Labs contains 5mg of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) derived from cannabis grown locally and is described as “light and refreshing”.Each 12oz (355ml) can of non-alcoholic Pabst Blue Ribbon Cannabis Infused Seltzer...

Britvic extends bottling agreement with PepsiCo in Great Britain

UK-based Britvic has struck an exclusive 20-year bottling deal for all of PepsiCo's carbonated drinks brands.The franchise covers the production, distribution, marketing and sales of PepsiCo’s carbonated soft drink brands -- Pepsi, 7UP and Mountain Dew -- in Great Britain.The move extends of a relationship which began in 1987 to the end of 2040 and includes the Rockstar energy...

Carlsberg to acquire Wernesgrüner Brewery

Danish brewing giant Carlsberg has entered an agreement with Bitburger Braugruppe for the acquisition of Vogtland-based Wernesgrüner Brewery.The move will see the company taking ownership of one of the most traditional German beer brands from January 2021.According to Carlsberg, the addition of Wernesgrüner brewery to its supply chain network will improve efficiency and flexibility in production, as well as...

Hard seltzers with real fruit to hit the US

Hard seltzers featuring splashes of real fruit are being introduced into the US market following a collaboration between Heineken USA and Hornell Brewing Company, an affiliated entity of AriZona Beverages.AriZona SunRise Hard Seltzer comes in four flavours and will be available in both variety 12-packs of 11.5oz (340ml) cans and 19.2oz (568ml) single-serve cans.  Don Vultaggio, chairman of AriZona Beverage...

The ‘world’s hottest chilli’ in cans launched by Hormel

What is claimed to be the world’s hottest chilli in cans has been released by US-based Hormel Foods, best known for its Spam luncheon meat.The limited-edition product, which will be available exclusively on retailer Target’s website, consists of a beef and bean chilli. The product is made with a blend of ghost peppers and Carolina Reapers, which are widely...

Plastic ring carriers replaced on all Budweiser UK & Ireland beer cans

All the canned Budweiser beers produced in the UK & Ireland by the local subsidiary of Anheuser-Busch InBev (A-B InBev), are now free of plastic ring-carriers.The move – which includes the brewer’s Budweiser, Bud Light and Stella Artois brands – is said will eliminate 250 tonnes of plastic a year. Combined with decreasing the use of plastic shrink wrap,...

New healthier canned soup range from Campbell

An updated range of healthy canned soups under the Well Yes! brand has been launched by Campbell.The range of 14 new and reformulated soups have been developed over the past year by a team of product developers, chefs, nutritionists and marketers. The Well Yes! brand was first launched at the end of 2016.They include products such as bone broth,...

Coca-Cola bets on seltzer, soda and juice as it drops poor performing brands

Coca-Cola is rebuilding its product range to cash in on changing consumer preferences that are reshaping the global canmaking and beverage markets.Brands such as TaB low-calorie soda, which has been in Coke’s stable for nearly 60 years, will be retired in favour of Diet Coke, America’s most popular zero-calorie soda and Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, which the company hopes to...

Independent Ohio brewer puts its future in cans

A new canning line has been started up by Great Lakes Brewing Co (GLBC) as it switches to cans from bottles.According to the Ohio-based independent brewer, the 67,000 sq ft facility in Strongsville will be able to fill more than 300 cans per minute and will give the company control over the management of year-round, seasonal and limited-edition canning....

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