Top UK retailer Harrods in hard seltzer launch

Luxury UK retailer Harrods is working with The Alcoholic Water Company on the launch of its first hard seltzer in cans.Harrods has partnered with the Scottish company to stock cans of Lilo Hard Seltzer in its famous Food Hall. The low-calorie, low-alcohol range includes Lilo White Grape & Elderflower and Lilo Cranberry & Rosehip flavours.The 3.5% ABV hard seltzers...

Small UK vineyard crowdfunds to launch canned orange wine

A UK winemaking start-up is launching a crowdfunding campaign to produce what it claims is England’s first canned orange wine.Nania’s Vineyard, which operates from an allotment in the Montpellier area of Bristol, is collaborating with farmers and other small growers from across the country to create three new still wines in 250ml slim cans.In addition to the still orange...

France’s Ogeu to put its beverages in Ardagh cans 

Ogeu, the French drinks group that made its name bottling mineral water, has bought its own filling line so it can move its beverages from glass packaging to cans for the first time.Production began in April with Ogeu canning alcoholic and non-alcoholic still and sparkling drinks. The line can fill multiple can sizes including 15cl (150ml) slim, 25cl  (250ml)...

Unilever extends UK trial of refillable metal packaging

Global consumer goods producer Unilever is expanding a pledge in the UK to help make its packaging reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025 which includes the use of metal bottles. As reported by The Canmaker, last year Unilever, behind brands such as Sure, Persil, Simple, Radox and Alberto Balsam, announced it would be supporting UK supermarket chain Asda’s first sustainability store...

Asahi launches hard seltzers in the UK

Asahi UK has entered the hard seltzer category with the launch of Viper Hard Seltzer, which comes in lime and cranberry variants.The 4% ABV, 96 calorie ready-to-drink (RTD) products, which come in both 330ml can and bottle formats, are brewed in a six-day process, without artificial sweeteners, colours or preservatives.“Entering the vibrant hard seltzer category is a really exciting...

US craft brewer installs canning line as it moves away from glass

US craft brewer Heavy Seas Beer, based in Baltimore, has installed a canning line from Pneumatic Scale Angelus (PSA) as it switches from packaging in glass bottles to aluminium cans.While the brewery was originally set up primarily as a supplier of kegged beers to wholesalers and 12oz (355ml) bottles to retail outlets on a 45:55 per cent split, it has...

Profits drop for canned soup brand Campbell

Campbell, famous for canned soups, has raised its prices in response to falling profits for the third quarter (Q3) of 2021 caused by rising supply chain costs.In its Q3 results, Campbell reported that adjusted earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) had fallen to US$283 million compared with $386m for the same period last year on sales down 11 per...

Spring water in aluminium bottles served to G7 leaders

UK spring water brand Re:Water, which comes in reusable bottles made from recycled aluminium, achieved a high profile when it was served to global leaders at the G7 Summit held in Cornwall on 11 June.Re:Water, priced £2.50 (US$3.50), is bottled at source on protected land in the UK. It was launched last year by Herefordshire-based Berrington Water to counter...

Tinplate shortage could take canned tomatoes off the shelf

Tightening supplies and rising prices of steel have hampered canmakers since last year and that’s now threatening production of one of the world’s most popular canned foods: tomatoes.Reports from the US and Italy suggest growers and canners are preparing for shortages of cans for consumers and steel drums for processors. “We cannot find cans. Big multinationals are defaulting on their...

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