Heineken invests €6.4m in Spanish brewery

Heineken is expanding the production of its canned Cruzcampo and Amstel beers in Spain with a €6.4 million (US$7.2m) investment in its brewery at Jaén in Andalucia.Speaking at the launch of the company’s Christmas edition Cruzcampo beer, Heineken Spain chief executive Richard Weissend explained that the investment is expected to be completed in May 2018.Construction on the facility is...

Snow Brand infant formula maker joins Australia’s INC

Japan-based dairy product packer Megmilk Snow Brand Co Ltd has joined the Infant Nutrition Council (INC), the organisation that represents infant formula manufacturers and marketers in Australia and New Zealand.The INC assists members to meet regulatory requirements in production and distribution.With more 90 years’ experience in the dairy industry, Snow Brand is one of Japan’s leading manufacturers of dairy...

Australian brewer cuts plastic from its multipacks of cans

Australian brewer Carlton & United (CUB) has dropped plastic rings from its multipacks of cans in an environmental push.Six-packs of canned beers such as VB and Carlton Draught are being collated in recyclable cardboard, saving 25 million plastic rings a year from entering the waste stream.The move is said to be a major milestone for the brewery at Abbotsford,...

Asahi launches sugar-free hard seltzer in Australia

Drinks giant Asahi of Japan has launched a vodka-based, sugar-free canned seltzer in Australia in what is thought to be one of the first for the country.Called Good Tides, a hard or ‘spiked’ seltzer from Asahi Premium Beverages, features sparkling water with triple-distilled vodka and a hint of flavouring. The drink, which contains no sugar or artificial sweeteners and...

More brewing acquisitions in Europe by Japan’s Asahi

Five Eastern European beer brands are to be bought by Asahi Holdings from Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) in what is the largest acquisition of an overseas brewing operation by a Japanese brewer.Asahi, famous for its SuperDry beer, is buying the former SABMiller brands – which include the Czech market leader Pilsner Urquell, Poland’s Tyskie and Lecher and Hungary’s Dreier...

Baileys non-alcoholic coffee now in cold brew cans

Drinks giant Diageo has launched non-alcoholic versions of its Baileys Irish Cream and Salted Caramel in 11oz cold-brew cans in the US.The news comes as Diageo released its preliminary results for the year to the end of June, which reported net sales up 5.8 per cent to £12.9 billion (US$15.68bn) with organic growth partially offset by acquisitions and...

Coca-Cola to invest further $1.2bn in Argentina

Over the next three years, Coca-Cola plans to invest a further $1.2 billion in Argentina to expand the production of soft drinks there.This investment is in addition to the $1bn investment originally announced in 2016, which expanded its bottling and distribution operations in the South American nation through the construction of a new bottling plant in the north of...

Augmented reality can celebrates Singapore’s National Day

Cans that enable an augmented reality (AR) experience have been made for Singapore-based beverage company Yeo’s to celebrate the country’s National Day on 9 August.The special-edition Chrysanthemum Tea can lets users to enjoy 3D effects of a man riding a bicycle or a woman drinking a beverage, and areactivated by scanning the quick response (QR) code on cans. And...

Nitro coffee cocktail in cans for US market

An on-the-go cold brew nitrogen-infused coffee cocktail in 200ml slim cans has been launched in the US by coffee liqueur brand Kahlúa, owned by Pernod-Ricard.Nitro Cold Brew, a 4.5 per cent ABV cocktail made with rum, coffee liqueur and 100 per cent Arabica cold brew coffee, which is steeped for at least 18 hours, aims to meet growing demand...

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