Diageo Canada invests in beverage canning line

UK-based spirits powerhouse Diageo has announced plans to install a C$6.4 million (US$5.33m) canning line at its facility in the Canadian province of Quebec.The investment will see canning operations added to the plant at Salaberry-de-Valleyfield for the first time in its history. Currently, Diageo operates distilling and bottling machinery at the site.The canning line, which is currently under construction...

Premium brands boost Anheuser-Busch InBev sales in the third quarter

Sales at leading global brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev in the third quarter, the last before its acquisition of rival SABMiller, grew by 2.8 percent to US$11.38 billion, compared with the same period in 2015.The increase came partly from strong performance by its three global premium brands, Corona, Stella Artois and Budweiser, which were up 8.7 percent, and volume growth in...

New chief executive for Sonoco

New chief executive of Sonoco Inc is Robert Tiede, replacing the Jack Sanders, who has retired after five years at the global manufacturer of consumer packaging, industrial products, protective packaging, and displays and packaging supply chain services."It's humbling, and truly an honour to have the opportunity to lead such a storied company, with a legacy going back more than...

Shake up for Orangina in the UK canned orange juice market

The UK orange juice market is being shaken up with the launch of Orangina in 330ml sleek cans with inverted labels.Launched more than 80 years ago in signature pear-shaped bottles, Orangina has been marketed by Suntory and Schweppes in cans for many years.The latest cans trade on the benefits of shaking the pulpy contents before drinking by providing instructions...

Unilever’s global headquarters to be in Rotterdam

FMCG giant Unilever has decided to establish its global headquarters at Rotterdam in The Netherlands, rather than having joint offices in a shake-up of its corporate restructuring.The owner of brands such as Dove, Axe, Flora, Hellman’s, Marmite and Knorr has been based for 130 years at joint headquarters in London and Rotterdam, but will now become a single...

‘Natural’ lager in cans to change consumer perceptions

Soon to be launched exclusively in aluminium 330ml cans, Signal is a ‘natural’ lager brewed using craft principles that is expected to reinvent the way the drink is consumed in the UK.  Like many craft brewed beers, Signal Lager is a premium product with ‘a superior taste’, local connections and an interesting story.The cans are supplied by Ball Packaging Europe.Produced...

Coca-Cola starts up canning plant in Corsica

A new Coca-Cola canning plant has been started up on the Mediterranean island of Corsica.The €3 million investment is at Furiani, Bastia, and is capable filling 10,000 cans an hour.It was developed in conjunction with bottler Société Corse de Boissons (Socobo), which will operate the facility alongside Coca-Cola.The bottler has been filling glass and plastics bottles since 1969 and...

Timoney breaks the glass ceiling in US brewing

Maggie Timoney will take over as chief executive of Heineken’s USA division from the beginning of September, becoming the first female chief executive to be appointed at a US brewer.Currently, Timoney is the chief executive and managing director of Heineken Ireland, having taken over from David Ford in 2013. She has worked in the beer and cider business for...

Craft beer cans go pink to support breast cancer awareness

To raise awareness of breast cancer, and help raise funds for its research, a craft brewer in the US has been marketing its beers with special pink label designs.Squatters Craft Beer in Utah has changed the design of its top-selling Hop Rising IPA during October in support of the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Real Men Wear Pink campaign.In addition,...

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