Can filler is proving successful for Sidel

Can fillers are demanding increasingly high standards in filling performance - a trend noted by systems and packaging equipment manufacturer Sidel, which recently completed deals for the delivery of four of its EvoFILL Can machines, launched at Drinktec last year.Speaking to The Canmaker this week at BrauBeviale in Nuremberg, Louis Merienne, sales director of Beverage Europe at Sidel and Gebo...

Norwegian brewer buys a filler from GEA

An ‘all-in-one’ monobloc filler made by GEA Vipoll will be delivered to Mack Ølbryggeri, the fourth largest brewery in Norway, after this year’s BrauBeviale show being held in Nuremberg this week.Slovenia-based equipment manufacturer Vipoll was bought by GEA in January this year and had the machine on display on its booth before it is delivered to its new owners.Jakob...

Venerable canned custard maker put up for sale as volumes drop

Ambrosia, British canned custard and rice pudding brand, has been put up for sale weeks after marking its centenary.Parent company Premier Foods said it has been in discussions with potential buyers after sales of its traditionally warming packaged foods were dented in the summer heatwave. Premier, which bought Devon-based Ambrosia in 2003, said there “is no certainty that any...

Monster Energy sales surge overshadowed by Coca-Cola row

Sales of canned energy drinks at US-based Monster Beverage surged in the third quarter as it completed a switch of distributors in the US and grew its business in Asia.The results came in as Monster said it had challenged a plan by Coca-Cola to launch two of its own energy drinks. This, Monster said, would breach a non-competition agreement...

Kraft Heinz opens digital hub with acquisition

US food giant The Kraft Heinz Company has acquired AI food tech firm Wellio, with the deal allowing it to fast-track the start of a digital hub in San Francisco.Wellio will now form part of the recently established $100 million capital fund Evolv Ventures, which will be part of Kraft Heinz's Evolv Group.Set-up in October to create digitally powered...

Keurig Dr Pepper signs Evian US distribution deal

Danone Waters of America (DWA) has signed a sales, distribution and merchandise deal with Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP) to put its Evian bottled spring water into more US shops and supermarkets.The long-term agreement, which also covers e-commerce, is part of DWA’s plans to capture a greater share of the bottled water market, which is forecast to grow 7.4 per...

Canned vegetarian alternative to tuna launched in US

What is said to be the first canned ‘ocean-safe’ alternative to tuna has been launched by US plant-based foods manufacturer Atlantic Natural Foods (ANF) to tap into the growing vegetarian consumer market.TUNO is made with non-GMO soya ingredients. The protein-rich, gluten-free food is said to feature the light, flaky texture of tuna. But it is completely fish-free. The product was...

Confidence in Anheuser-Busch InBev recovers after dividend cut

Shares in brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev (A-B InBev) are starting to recover after the sharpest price fall in a decade following the company’s most recent quarterly figures.The markets appear to have been concerned by poorer-than-expected results and a dramatic cut in dividend as the company tries to tackle the US$108 billion debt incurred by the 2016 acquisition of SABMiller.Third quarter...

Record sales for brewer Carlsberg after good summer

Strong growth in both India and China as well as a better-than-expected performance from its non-alcoholic products helped brewer Carlsberg record net sales of DKK 17.59 billion (US$2.68bn) in the third quarter, 7.4 per cent higher than in the same period last year.Volume growth in China was 6 per cent, whilst in India sales grew by 15 per cent,...

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