Diageo to install more canning lines to support RTD growth

Global drinks producer Diageo is installing a canning plant in the US midwest to meet demand for its ready-to-drink (RTD) beverages.The plant, representing an investment of US$80 million, will have capacity to produce more than 25 million cases of cans per year, with one high-speed line manufacturing up to 1,200 cans per minute (cpm) and the second line up...

French vegetable canner adopts Crown’s Orbit easy-open closures for jars

Crown Food Europe is supplying French food manufacturer Eureden Long Life with its easy-open twist-off closure for glass jars of vegetables.The patented Orbit closures are being used for Bien Cultivés, a new bio-diverse range of eight vegetables being launched as part of Eureden’s d’aucy brand range of products. They are designed to offer ease of opening of glass jars...

Molson Coors removes plastic ring carriers from all major UK brands

Molson Coors Beverage Company in the UK is removing plastic rings and introducing a fully recyclable and sustainable cardboard sleeve for can multipacks for all major brands, including Carling and Coors.The move sees brewer hitting its UK target to remove all single-use plastic from Carling and Coors packaging by the end of April 2021, following the introduction of recyclable...

The Who and Heinz reunite for a new generation

Legendary rock band The Who have reunited with Heinz after 50 years to launch limited-edition ‘Beanz Meanz The Who’ cans in aid of charity.The news comes five decades after the release of the band’s iconic ‘The Who Sell Out’ album artwork, which featured frontman Roger Daltrey sitting in a bath full of Heinz baked beans.The surviving members of the...

Nestlé launches RTD canned iced coffee in Australia

Nescafé has launched three ready-to-drink (RTD) canned iced coffee varieties in Australia within a category that is showing significant growth.Nescafé’s iced coffee cans are available in espresso, flat white and mocha flavours in 250ml cans. According to reports, the RTD iced coffee segment is growing at 4.9 per cent per year, with small format servings of 250ml and 375ml...

Baby shampoo manufacturer switches from PET to aluminium bottles

California-based cosmetics manufacturer Nature’s Baby Organics has switched from PET to aluminium bottles to package some of its products, with only minor modifications required to an existing filling line.The US manufacturer of baby shampoos, conditioners and lotions, which prides itself on its eco-friendly credentials, has now made a further step with the release of aluminium packaging options for seven...

Poor children in Philippines to benefit from canned water-buffalo milk

More poor, undernourished children in the Philippines will soon benefit from local milk from carabao – a native water-buffalo – which is now available in cans, thanks to an initiative between San Miguel Corporation (SMC) and domestic carabao farming co-operatives.At the same time, the co-operatives will benefit from providing milk to the government’s nationwide milk feeding programme, taking advantage...

New canned wines add fizz to spring and lifting lockdowns

New ranges of canned wines have hit shop shelves in the UK, with producers seeking to capitalise on the fast-growing sector as spring and the lifting of pandemic lockdowns loom.London’s Amfora has released seven wines sourced from two vineyards, in the US and Italy. Among them are a chenin blanc, a pinot noir and sparkling blends in slim 250ml...

Beer sales help lift Constellation Brands earnings

Surging beer sales in the three months through March helped Corona and Modelo brewer Constellation Brands post another year of growth.The New York-based alcoholic beverage producer said revenue in its fourth fiscal quarter climbed three per cent to US$1.95 billion, helping to boost full-year sales three per cent to US$8.60 billion.Beer sales expanded 10 per cent to $6.10bn in...

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