Third canned beer from Florida’s Saltwater

Saltwater Brewery, the Florida-based craft brewer known for its Edible Six Pack Rings, has launched its third canned beer and extended its brewing team with the hiring of a senior brewer from Brooklyn Brewery.The third canned beer from the brewery in Delray Beach is LocAle Golden, a crisp ale that’s said to be the ideal all-day drinking beer. It...

Nature’s One invests in infant nutrition

US organic baby formula company, Nature’s One, is to build an organic infant nutritional facility in Ohio. The company plans to invest US$32 million into the development of this manufacturing facility, which will feature a fully integrated FDA-approved infant formula spray-drying operation with liquid aseptic filling and packaging capabilities.The new facility will also allow Nature’s One to curate smaller...

Organic distributor expands with $2.9bn grocer acquisition

As part of a strategy to extend its consumer base, United Natural Foods (UNFI) has purchased US grocery firm Supervalu for $2.9 billion, with the organic food distributor claiming that this deal will extend its portfolio and lead to new opportunities.With more than 3,400 stores across the US and sales last year of $14bn, Supervalu has been executing a...

Chairman of Anheuser-Busch InBev steps down amid conflict-of-interest concerns

Chairman of Anheuser-Busch InBev, Olivier Goudet, is to step down from his position at the world’s largest brewer. His replacement is expected to be announced at the company’s next shareholder meeting at the end of April.“I can confirm that I have decided to step down from my position on the board of AB InBev in order to devote more...

Canned craft beer pioneer Oskar Blues revamps its can designs

Oskar Blues, the US microbrewer that pioneered the canning of craft beer almost 20 years ago, has revamped the look of its product line-up.Each of its beers, including the company’s signature Dale’s Pale Ale, have been given a “clean, bold new system” of label design for the 355ml (12oz) aluminium cans. Each blends the firm’s logo and stars-and-stripes ribbon,...

KHS wins sustainability award for its glue-dot Nature MultiPack

A multi-pack system that uses 85 per cent less material than shrink film to hold cans together has been presented with a Green Star Packaging Award.A subsidiary of German machinery supplier KHS developed the Nature MultiPack a year ago and it was recently commercialised by brewer Carlsberg.The Green Star Packaging Award recognises sustainable packaging and recycling, and improvements in...

Coca-Cola’s profits rise by 26% in the third quarter

Profit in the third quarter for The Coca-Cola Company grew by 26 per cent to US$1.8 billion, compared with the same three months last year, as the global soft drinks giant completed the refranchising of its bottling operations in the US.The refranchising process means that net sales were lower in the quarter by 9 per cent, at $8.25bn, but...

Wild Goose spreads wings with Iron Heart Canning

US-based Iron Heart Canning has purchased its 50th canning line from Wild Goose Filling Systems to expand its mobile beverage canning capabilities. Since 2013, Wild Goose and Iron Heart established a partnership that enables Iron Heart to provide mobile canning services to more than 600 mostly craft brewers. Iron Heart now operates out of 23 warehouses serving 22 states throughout...

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...

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