BrewDog launches beer to promote diversity in global markets 

Scottish craft brewer BrewDog is selling a limited edition of its 8 Trills Pils beer in partnership with the American-based Crowns & Hops Brewery to promote racial equality in beer making and beyond.The redesigned cans of 8 Trills Pils went on sale in the UK, US and Germany earlier this month. The name comes from a report by philanthropic...

Limited time only for Coke-Porsche racing car can

The Coca-Cola Company and Porsche have launched limited-edition co-branded cans in China.According to the soft drinks manufacturer and the team behind the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia motor race, the cans and bottles that recently went on sale will be available for a month. Online retailer Tmall will offer 3,000 premium packs on its e-commerce site.The new branding combines the...

Napolina canned tomatoes offers greater transparency on sustainability

Prince’s Group has begun adding sustainability information on the cans of its Napolina brand tomatoes.A scannable QR codes takes consumers to online details about the origins and production of the tomatoes inside, as well as the processes involved in getting them from fields to cans, according to a food media report. As part of the supply chain transparency initiative, the...

Expansion for UK brewery in York

Brew York has announced plans for a £1.5 million (US$2m) investment to expand UK operations as it secures a new brewery site and creates 16 new jobs.The installation of equipment at the 1,208sqm unit at Handley Park in Osbaldwick to the west of York is to go ahead following a “challenging” few months of trading, the brewer reported. The...

Canned curried vegetables to be available throughout India

Canned curried leafy green vegetables, known as saag in the Indian subcontinent, will be available across the country following the signing of a technology exchange contract between the Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) and Tiwana Bee Farm.The memorandum of agreement for commercialising the production and canning of saag was signed by Dr Navtej Singh Bains, director of research at PAU and Mr...

A-B InBev seeks successor to chief executive Carlos Brito

Anheuser-Busch InBev (A-B InBev), the world’s biggest brewer, has begun the process of looking for a successor to its chief executive Carlos Brito.The Belgium-based brewer of brands such as Budweiser, Stella Artois and Corona, is considering external candidates as well as one internal candidate – Michel Doukeris, who heads its North America-based Anheuser-Busch business – to replace Brito, according...

First canned highball launched by Sanwa Shurui in Japan

What is claimed to be the first-ever canned ready-to-drink (RTD) highball -- often a whiskey and soda -- has been in Japan by  Sanwa Shurui.The Iichiko Shitamachino Highball is 7% ABV and comes in 350ml cans. The supplier of the cans was not disclosed.The new drink is made with alcohol distilled using barley and contains no added sugar or...

Campbell warns coronavirus sales boost likely to taper off

Coronavirus lockdowns have provided sales windfalls in canned food and drinks, but the latest financial report from soup giant Campbell’s suggests this may be slowing.The New Jersey-based firm said that increased consumption of packaged food at home while restaurants and cafes had been closed would taper off as people returned to work and eateries reopened. Consequently, Campbell expects sales...

UK beverage maker Clearly Drinks to install a new canning line

A new canning plant is being opened in the northeast of England by Clearly Drinks, boosting production as part of plans to expand its range of spring-water based beverages.The Sunderland, UK based company, which also contract fills for brands including supermarket Sainsbury’s, revealed that the new facility will boost output by 160 million cans per year. It is expected...

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