Bacardi extends canned RTD cocktail range in US

White rum brand Bacardi has added three new flavours to its Real Rum Cocktail range of ready-to-drink (RTD) canned beverages, originally launched last year in the US.The flavours, each having 5.9 per cent ABV, are: Bahama Mama, with orange, red berries and pineapple; Mojito, with lime and mint; and Sunset Punch, with blood orange, lemon and ginger, the latter...

Asia’s largest wet pet food factory commissioned

China Pet Foods has begun production at what is said to be Asia’s largest wet pet food factory, located at Yantai in China’s Shandong province.More than 100 guests from the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, national partners and others attended the official opening ceremony last month (May), which was addressed by China Pet Foods chairman Hao Zhongli.Construction of the 50,000sqm...

Kraft Heinz plans multi-million investment at UK site

Almost $200 million is to be invested at Europe’s largest food manufacturing plant, the Kraft Heinz cannery in north west England.The work at Kitt Green near Wigan in Lancashire – worth £140m ($199m) – will be focused on modernising manufacturing capabilities at the site over the next four years. It will involve bringing Heinz sauce manufacturing back to the...

US craft brewer in exclusive UK canned beer launch

US canned craft beer brand Voodoo Ranger has launched its Hazy IPA exclusively in the UK with two major supermarket listings.From May, the brand’s Hazy IPA (5.3 per cent ABV) became available in Ocado stores in single 330ml cans and 330ml 12-packs, while single 330ml cans are also available across 166 Waitrose supermarket locations.“This off-trade launch into two major supermarket retailers...

Coke scraps energy drink as pandemic hits sales

Coca-Cola is to remove its energy drink from shop shelves at the end of this year after pandemic lockdowns led to a precipitous drop in sales.The company will abandon Coca-Cola Energy, according to beverage industry press reports, despite the energy drink sector being among the fastest-growing among sodas. That leaves the market wide open for the world’s biggest-selling energy...

Vice aims to add luxury to canned wines

US small-batch luxury wine producer Vice Wine has turned to cans for its two newest offers, both of which use limited-edition varietals.Sold under its Vices brand, the company’s Bubbly Rosé is made from organically farmed 2020 Napa Valley pinot noir and sparkling water sourced from the same Californian wine region that is home to Vice. Meanwhile, the wine-based cocktail...

Thai Union buys remaining shares in Rügen Fisch

The world’s largest producer of seafood, Thai Union, has taken full ownership of German seafood producer Rügen Fisch.The Bangkok-based company bought the outstanding 49 per cent of shares in Rügen Fisch following its 51 per cent acquisition in 2016.“Rügen Fisch has been a key part of Thai Union Europe and the wider Thai Union Group since our initial investment...

Westons Cider moves canning in-house 

UK cider maker Westons has unveiled a new canning line, bringing its packing operations in-house.The Herefordshire-based cidery known for Henry Westons, Stowford Press and Old Rosie ciders, said the £3 million ($4.24m) line will be able to process 12,500 cans per hour.First to be packaged was Westons’ 440ml cans of Stowford Press, the UK’s third-most popular draught apple cider.Managing...

Aluminium deodorant and body care refills without plastics

A reusable aluminium refill for deodorants and body care products – which is claimed to be the first on the market to completely eliminate plastics – has been developed by US skin care company Grove Collaborative.The company, a San Francisco-based sustainable consumer products company, has expanded its Peach personal care line with the launch of a plastic-free deodorant and body...

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