Coca-Cola to launch new flavour

Coca-Cola is to launch a new flavour - its first such innovation in over a decade. Orange Vanilla Coke and Orange Vanilla Coke Zero Sugar are now available in 12oz cans across the US.Since the launch of Vanilla Coke in 2007 and despite growth in Cherry Coke and Vanilla Coke (and their zero-calorie variants), the company has failed to...

Non-alcoholic beer boosts Heineken’s results

Dutch-based global brewer, Heineken, has reported robust 2018 year-end growth across all regions - led by the expansion of non-alcoholic beer, an impressive performance by the Heineken brand and double digit growth in its premium portfolio.Heineken’s overall net revenue in 2018 increased by 6.1 per cent with net profit up 12.5 per cent to €2.42 billion ($2.733bn). The Heineken...

PepsiCo to launch nitrogen-infused cola

PepsiCo is planning to launch what it claims is the world’s first nitrogen-infused cola. Called Nitro Pepsi, the drink – still at the prototype stage – will offer consumers what the company believes is a new cola drinking experience by combining an injection of nitrogen with the taste of Pepsi.According to PepsiCo, Nitro Pepsi will feature a creamy flavour...

Asahi moves on British London Pride brewer

Japanese beer and beverage producer Asahi has agreed to buy the brewer of London Pride in a deal worth £250 million (US$330m).As part of the acquisition of UK-based Fuller, Smith & Turner, Asahi Group Holdings will also get a number of cider and soft-drinks brands along with a wine wholesaling business.Asahi’s move into the UK follows its 2016 acquisition...

Bud Light reveals new on-pack ingredient label

Responding to consumer demand for transparency in providing ingredients information, Anheuser-Busch InBev has added an on-pack serving and facts label to its Bud Light beer brand.The new secondary-packaging design will appear in shops in the US in February.The brewer, which uses cans made by its subsidiary Metal Container Corporation and Ball Corporation, wants Bud Light drinkers to have more...

Bud Prohibition canned beer taps into need for alcohol-free holidays

Launched in the run up to the Christmas holidays, Bud Prohibition canned beer is aimed at consumers who are limiting their alcohol intake or going teetotal.Joining a growing number of alcohol-free or low–alcohol beers, Bud Prohibition is part of a campaign by Anheuser-Busch InBev to take a 20 per cent share of the sector by 2025.The brewer says that...

Mark Clouse to become chief executive of Campbell Soup

Campbell Soup has appointed Mark Clouse as chief executive, and will from 22 January succeed Keith McLoughlin who took over as interim chief executive in May following the resignation of Denise Morrison.Former Pinnacle Foods chief executive, Clouse also becomes president and a director of the Camden, New Jersey, canned food and snacks producer. He brings more than 20 years...

Cask brings latest micro-canning line to UK

Canadian craft beer canning specialist Cask Global Canning Solutions has installed its latest machine at UK brewer London Beer Factory and has opened a support office in Ireland as it expands deeper into Europe.The Toronto-based company installed one of its new Automated Canning System V5 (ACS V5) machines at the brewer’s south London site. The equipment is Cask’s first...

Sustainability award for Indonesian tuna canner

Indonesia’s PT Citraraja Ampat Canning (PT Crac) is the country’s first tuna packer to be awarded the internationally-recognised Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certificate for sustainable fishing.PT Crac is the second fishery in South East Asia to gain the MSC award. Producing around 3,000 tonnes a year, its main product is yellowfin and skipjack tuna caught using 35 pole and...

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