Asian growth takes up slack for Carlsberg as western European sales flatten

The continued importance of Asia to Carlsberg has been underscored by the completion of its purchase of a Cambodian brewer and a surge in third-quarter beers sales in the region.The Danish brewing giant, which also makes Tuborg, said it had signed a deal to buy the remaining quarter of Cambrew it does not already own. The maker of Angkor...

Meat packer JBS to buy Plumrose USA

The US division of Brazilian meat packer JBS has agreed to buy Plumrose USA, the canned ham, bacon and deli-meat owned by Danish Crown, for US$230 million.Plumrose USA, based in Downers Grove, Illinois, was founded as a sliced ham company in 1932 and has grown to provide meat products, including premium bacons, packaged deli meats, deli counter hams, cooked...

Coca-Cola commissions new canning line in the UK

Soft drinks filler Coca-Cola Enterprises Great Britain (CCE) has started operation of a new canning line at its Sidcup plant in Kent. The line supplied by German manufacturer KHS, which has an output of 110,000cph in 150ml and 250ml formats, cost £16.6 million (US$26m) to install. It replaces an existing canning line at the plant that’s been running since 1968.According...

Lifeline for Australian canned infant formula manufacturer

Bellamy’s Organic, the Australian producer of canned infant formula that six months ago was hit by a leadership crisis, has bought its own canning plant in Melbourne, which means it will have its own export license for shipping product to China, a key market.Until now, Bellamy’s had been sub-contracting its domestic and China-bound infant formula and toddler milk powder...

Unilever’s Lifebuoy helps fight coronavirus in Australia

Aerosol cans of hand sanitiser will soon be made in Australia by Unilever to help meet local demand and the fight against the effects of coronavirus.The 150ml cans of sanitiser, which contain 70 per cent alcohol and are said to kill 99.99 per cent of pathogens without water, will be produced in New South Wales by Unilever Australia &...

Campbell Soup appoints new chief marketing officer

Campbell Soup Company has named Diego Palmieri as vice president and chief marketing officer of US Meals and Beverages. Palmieri joins Campbell from consumer product firm SC Johnson, where he spent more than two decades in various business roles and almost half his career in marketing. He joins Roberto Leopardi and Luca Mignini, who both also recently left Wisconsin-based SC...

Coca-Cola bottling president to retire

Irial Finan, a 36-year veteran of The Coca-Cola Company, plans to retire from his post as executive vice president and president of its Bottling Investments Group.Calin Dragan, who currently serves as regional director, will take over when Finan retires in March next year.Chief executive James Quincey, said: “I want to thank Irial for his leadership and dedicated service to...

Anheuser-Busch InBev proceeds with Budweiser Asia Pacific IPO

Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) is to go ahead with an initial public offering (IPO) of a minority stake in its Asia Pacific subsidiary, Budweiser Brewing Company APAC Ltd, in a move designed to reduce its debt burden.The latest announcement follows the decision by the Belgium-based brewing giant to postpone a planned listing in July because of “prevailing market conditions”...

Health drink range launched in sleek cans from Ardagh

A range of health drinks from The Naked Collective, based on a ‘clean and simple’ philosophy, is being launched in the UK using 330ml aluminium sleek cans made by Ardagh Group.Brewed from plants, vitamins and water, the So-Beer non-alcoholic lagers and Mude isotonic drinks are being targeted at the increasing number of consumers who are looking for alcohol-free and...

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