Kosme’s new beverage filling machine targets boutique market

Kosme, the Italian subsidiary of German filling equipment maker Krones, is expanding its range by targeting small-scale and speciality fillers with the Kosme Canto system. The machine, which has an integrated can seamer, can fill between 3,000 and 10,500 cans per hour. Krones said the equipment is suitable for 330ml beer and sparkling non-alcoholic beverage containers in standard and slim...

Molson Coors posts sales surge as lockdowns reopen bars, restaurants

Second-quarter sales at Molson Coors recovered strongly as bars and restaurants around the world reopened from pandemic lockdowns.   The world’s fifth-largest brewer – and producer of canned beer including Miller, Coors and Molson as well as hard seltzer Vizzy – also attributed its best quarterly revenue expansion in more than 10 years to a restructuring plan begun in 2019. The Chicago-based...

Carling cans hold golden ticket for football supporters

Carling is using golden tickets hidden inside screw-top aluminium cans to tempt footie fans to buy its beer. The winning cans look and weigh the same as regular Carlsberg cans and are part of four-can limited-edition multipacks. But when shoppers unscrew a ‘golden’ can they find not beer inside, but a gold ticket. Carling said the winning ticket, which is part...

Campbell Soup goes digital for art-led label redesign on its cans

Long associated with 1960s pop artist Andy Warhol, the labels for Campbell’s soup cans are getting a makeover that takes them into the digital age of art. The New Jersey-based food packer has commissioned New York artist Sophia Chang to create 100 non-fungible tokens (NFTs) to accompany a redesign of the can labels. An NFT is an electronically produced item...

Canmaker ORG helps Nestlé add sparkle to canned coffee

Leading Chinese canmaker ORG Packaging is producing slim aluminium cans for a sparkling coffee-flavoured drink launched by Nestlé, and also filling them. The Nescafé canned drink, which injects bubbles into black coffee, is designed to appeal to consumers looking for low-calorie products. ORG told The Canmaker it is making the cans and also providing filling services to Nestlé. Nestlé China said...

Coca-Cola reports rebound after pandemic slump

Coca-Cola’s global revenue has recovered in the three months to the end of June, helped by the base-effect of a poor second quarter during the pandemic last year. The Atlanta-based drinks producer also said results had benefited from an improving global economy as coronavirus containment measures were lifted across the world. The figures, however, don’t yet reflect the impact of...

Hard seltzer could be losing its sparkle in the US

In what could be a warning bell for the canned hard seltzer category, one of the US’s most successful brands has described an “uncertain” outlook for the remainder of the year. The Boston Beer Company, which sells the country’s number-two brand of the canned alcoholic beverage, Truly, posted disappointing second-quarter results, pointing to a host of difficulties including fierce competition...

Cans to the rescue for New York brewer

A US landlord is so desperate to attract staff that he’s brewed a “Help Wanted” beer and printed job offers on the side of the cans. “We offer competitive pay, room for growth throughout the company, a fun and laid-back work environment, employee outings, and a view that can’t be beat,” read the ads on The Bolton Landing Brewing Company’s...

Hell Energy plans major expansion with bond sale

Hungary's Hell Energy is planning a significant production expansion during the next two years at its Szikszó-based plant. The can and beverage maker will largely finance its HUF80 billion (US$26 million) ambitions via a sale of bonds to the Hungarian National Bank, local media reported. In 2019 it borrowed HUF29bn under a central bank stimulus programme called the Bond Funding...

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