Interpack 2021 show to go ahead

The Interpack processing and packaging equipment show scheduled to be held in Düsseldorf, Germany from 25 February to 3 March 2021 will go ahead as scheduled, says the organiser.Messe Düsseldorf has agreed with its industry and trade association partners as well as the trade fair advisory board on a way to hold the show despite the current restrictions created...

Multi-million dollar expansion for US food canner Goya Foods

Goya Foods, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the US, is planning to expand its manufacturing and distribution facility in Brookshire, Texas.The US$80 million project includes the purchase of new, modern food processing equipment that will enable the canner to double capacity to meet increased consumer demand for its products.“Goya is committed to meeting increased consumer demand for our...

German canned beer exports slump in pandemic, first online BrauBeviale told

Sales of German canned beer have suffered more than those in the US and other European nations during the pandemic as lockdowns in the region have eroded exports.While brewers have switched to bottles to beat the shuttering of bars and restaurants under virus-mitigation measures, canned brews have been confined to export markets, industry leaders were told at the opening...

Asahi Super Dry introduces new can packaging to the US

Asahi Super Dry, which had a major impact on the modern beer market in Japan, has been launched in new primary and secondary can packaging for the first time in 15 years in the US market.The beer known for its ‘Karakuchi’ taste  – a Japanese term used for spicy hot food – is now being sold by Asahi Beer USA...

Liquid stock producer in UK to expand canned range

Meat and vegetable liquid stock supplier Potts' is expanding its canned range in the UK following a successful launch a year ago.Last year, Potts' introduced its beef, chicken and vegetable stocks in aluminium cans rather than plastic pouches exclusively in Tesco grocery stores. The move was part of a conscious effort to improve the company’s environmental impact and Potts’...

Simmons to increase wet petfood by 400m cans a year

Private label manufacturer Simmons Pet Food, one of the few food producers in the US to make its own cans, is planning to expand output as part of its growth strategy for canned pet food.The plans include new production capacity at its plant at Siloam Springs, Arkansas scheduled to start up in 2021. It follows the installation of a...

A-B InBev releases festive hard seltzers

A range of limited-edition hard seltzers in festive flavours has been launched by Anheuser-Busch InBev (A-B InBev) to celebrate the holiday season. Bud Light Seltzer Ugly Sweater (5% ABV) is available in 12oz (355ml) cans which are sold in 12-packs containing four varieties: apple crisp, peppermint pattie, gingersnap and cranberry. The drink is made with cane sugar, natural fruit flavours and...

Heineken appoints new chief people officer

Dutch brewer Heineken has announced that Yolanda Talamo, currently senior vice president of human resources at Heineken Americas, is to become the company’s chief people officer. The Venezuelan national will replace Chris Van Steenbergen, who will retire as chief human resources officer and executive team member in January 2021.Talamo joined the brewer in 2016 and has held a number...

European Coke bottler agrees to acquire Australian counterpart

Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has entered into binding agreements to acquire Coca-Cola Amatil Ltd (CCL) in a deal worth A$8.7 billion (US$6.2bn).CCEP is the world’s largest Coca-Cola bottler and the deal with CCL will open up new markets in Asia beyond its existing markets across western Europe, particularly in Indonesia.CCL is one of the biggest bottlers and distributors of...

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