Carlsberg reports solid progress on sustainability 

The Carlsberg Group has reported that it has made “solid progress” towards the sustainability targets of its Together Towards Zero programme.In 2019, the Group achieved a 30 per cent reduction in relative carbon emissions at its breweries since 2015 (13 per cent since 2018), with 56 per cent of electricity from renewable sources and a total of five carbon-neutral...

Canned water start-up Koz aims to rid world of plastic

American beverage start-up Koz Water has launched a brand of canned water with the sole goal of ridding the countryside and oceans of plastic.Portland, Oregon-based Koz Water was introduced with the rallying cry “demand change, demand a cleaner Earth, demand canned”. In a promotional video, founder Marcelle Abel said the company will only sell its water in cans because...

Pernod Ricard tests spiked waters market with Malibu-branded fruit drinks 

Pernod Ricard has unveiled a new canned range of fruit-flavoured malt beverages under the Malibu brand as the wine and spirits specialist taps into the growing ready-to-drink (RTD) hard waters and cocktails market.The sparkling Malibu Splash drinks are flavoured with the famed rum liqueur’s coconut base and four other fruit combinations; strawberry, lime, passionfruit and pineapple. The 5 per...

PepsiCo marks Super Bowl with limited edition aluminium bottle

PepsiCo issued a limited edition of Pepsi Cola in an aluminium bottle to mark the weekend’s American football Super Bowl final event in Miami.The 16oz bottle was emblazoned with the logo of the National Football League and the host city in neon pink. The screw-on cap was also decorated in bright pink. In past Super Bowls it has sold...

Sugar-free drinks boost Coca-Cola results

The Coca-Cola Company has reported solid fourth quarter and full year 2019 results, driven by overseas demand and a strong performance in sparkling soft drinks.The beverage giant recorded a 16 per cent increase in Q4 sales to $9.1 billion. Full year sales for 2019 were up 9 per cent to $37.3bn. Coca-Cola Zero Sugar saw double-digit volume growth as...

New flavour added to Crown-canned Marlish Waters range  

Marlish Waters is to add a new flavour to its range of still and sparkling waters packaged in Crown Bevcan cans.Based in rural Northumberland, in England’s northeast, Marlish complement its sugar-free Sparkling Sicilian Lemon, Sparkling Brazilian Orange and Sparkling Raspberry line up with an Elderflower drink. The family-run brand owner, Marlish Farm, sought the help of Crown in constructing its...

Constellation dives deeper into spiked seltzer market with PRESS investment

Beer, wines and spirits producer Constellation Brands has moved further into the growing hard seltzer market with the purchase of a minority stake in PRESS, a start-up maker of canned fruit-flavoured alcoholic drinks.The acquisition was also the latest expression of the Victor, New York-based company’s Focus on Female Founder’s programme, which plans to invest US$100 million on female-led enterprises....

Molson Coors develops fruity light beer

Molson Coors has developed a new light beer. Part of the company’s Keystone Light range, Keylightful is a 4.1 per cent alcohol-by-volume beer featuring a raspberry and lime flavour.The beer contains 25 calories per serving and will be sold in 12 packs and 30 packs of 12oz cans. “Keylightful is fruit-forward and hits the palate with a burst of raspberry...

Mondelēz confident after sales decline

Confectionery, food and beverage company Mondelēz International has reported a 0.3% per cent decline in net sales in 2019 as a result of unfavourable currency impacts. Gross profit fell US$15 million to $10,337m.However, fourth quarter sales at the company increased 2.1 per cent from the year before to $6.91 billion, a result that was better than the forecasts predicted...

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