Canned beer collective goes plastic to add hangover cure

The CANarchy Collective of American canned beer-focused craft brewers has signed up its first non-alcohol brand – a purported hangover cure.Minnesota-based Revitalyte, which produces three fruit-flavoured hydration beverages, became the collective’s eighth member. Despite CANarchy’s dedication to metal packaging for beer, Revitalyte’s so-called recovery product is sold in plastic bottles.“Our partnership with Revitalyte provides our wholesaler and retailer partners...

Kiwi canned milk formula producer commits to carbon neutrality

The Karicare milk formula brand in New Zealand has committed to achieve carbon neutrality at each stage of its product lifecycle by 2030.Karicare is owned by Danone and makes its own metal packaging at Airport Oaks in Auckland, near to the blending and packaging plant.The commitment is an integral part of Danone’s worldwide ambition to be a zero-net carbon...

‘World’s oldest’ brewer to launch canned beers in the US

Germany's Weihenstephan, believed to be the world’s oldest continuously operating brewer, will launch two canned beers in the US in 2021.In addition to the Bavarian brewer’s flagship wheat beer Hefeweissbier (5.4% ABV), a new lager called Weihenstephaner Helles, with a lower ABV of 4.8%, will be available in cans from January 2021.  The 16.9oz (500ml) cans were designed to...

Molson Coors boosts capacity in Milwaukee and Fort Worth

Molson Coors Beverage Company has completed the installation of new equipment to boost production capacity at its Milwaukee and Fort Worth breweries.The investment is designed to meet demand for fast-growing brands such as Blue Moon LightSky, Vizzy and Coors Seltzer by more than 400 per cent in 2021.The multimillion-dollar project, which became fully operational just before Thanksgiving on 26 November, will...

Strong demand for Spam in China lifts Hormel’s sales

Hormel Foods, famed for its Spam canned luncheon meat, achieved record sales in its 2020 financial year with growth from all four of its operating segments.For the year as a whole, the Austin, Minnesota-based food packer reported sales of US$9.6 billion, up 1 per cent, and an operating profit of $1.1bn, down 8 per cent. However, for the fourth...

Unilever units unify into single entity

Unilever, parent company of global aerosol-reliant brands such as Rexona and Sure, has unified its various units into a single business.The Netherlands-headquartered company revealed that it will trade with one market capitalisation and one class of shares. The business will continue to list on the Amsterdam, London and New York stock exchanges.“This is an important day for Unilever and...

US tomato canner to double output with updated labelling line

Tomato canner Red Gold has launched a new labelling line that the US company believes will enable it to pack products at twice the rate of previous equipment.Custom-built for an unspecified multi-million dollar cost, the Elwood, Indiana-based filler said its products will now be labelled and cased at a speed of more than 1,100 cans per minute.Located at its...

Brazilian brewer expands portfolio with canned beer

Brazilian brewer Grupo Petrópolis has expanded its portfolio with the release of American lager beer Black Princess Gold (4.7% ABV) in cans. The 350ml sleek cans are manufactured by Ball Corporation in Rio de Janeiro. The canmaker has two plants in Rio state, located in the cities of Santa Cruz and Três Rios. The filler has not disclosed the site...

PepsiCo releases can to celebrate the 49th UAE National Day

Global food and drinks giant PepsiCo has launched a limited-edition can design to celebrate the United Arab Emirates (UAE)’s 49th National Day on 2 December.The commemorative can boasts an image in the colours of the UAE flag and displays words honouring the different cultures of the many nationalities living in the country. “We have had a long and successful journey...

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