CCEP expands Monster Energy portfolio

Two new tropical-flavoured variants – Monster Pacific Punch and Monster Ultra Paradise – have been added to Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP)’s Monster Energy portfolio.According to CCEP, Monster Pacific Punch is made with real fruit juice and will combine exotic flavours inspired by traditional tropical punch with a caffeine kick. The Monster Juice portfolio is now worth more than...

Pepsi releases new can redesign 

PepsiCo has released a new can design for its Pepsi Zero Sugar soda as part of its ‘America Wins Zero’ campaign to coincide with Super Bowl LIV.The minimalistic redesign for the beverage can features a matte black finish along with a black tab. The graphics have also slightly changed, with bolder text and both the ‘max taste’ strapline and...

California winemaker Barefoot launches seltzer range

American vineyard Barefoot Wine has launched its own canned hard seltzer, joining a throng of breweries and beverage giants tapping into growing demand for spiked fruit drinks.Barefoot, which has been bottling reds, whites and rosés in California since 1965, will begin selling its new low-calorie drinks in four flavours next month. The range of pineapple and passionfruit, cherry and...

Nestlé to invest $700m in Mexico

Nestlé is to invest US$700 million in Mexico. The company plans to modernise the 17 factories it owns in the country with new technology to increase productivity, improve processes, expand productive capacity and ensure the responsible management of natural resources.According to Nestlé, the investment will generate more than 400 direct and 4,000 indirect jobs in the country in the...

Canned craft beer set to eclipse bottle sales for first time

Canned brews are set to dominate the craft beer market in the US this year, with sales forecast to eclipse those of bottled products for the first time.The Brewers Association, the American craft brewing trade group, forecast sales of canned beer will climb to more than 4.5 million case equivalents (CEs) – equal to about 38m litres – in...

Jelly Belly enters the soft seltzer market

US-based confectionery brand Jelly Belly has entered the soft seltzer category with a range of sparkling waters inspired by popular flavours from its jelly bean portfolio.The beverage range was launched by the Joffer Beverage Company, a business formed by the Joffer family who founded the Jelly Belly Candy Company.The sparkling waters are available in an assortment of flavours, including french vanilla,...

Molson Coors widens its craft portfolio with Atwater purchase

Atwater Brewery has become the latest American craft beer maker to be snapped up by Molson Coors as major producers deepen their presence in the growing microbrewery market.The company best known for mass-market beers such as Coors, Miller and Molson added the Detroit-based brewer to its portfolio of craft manufacturers under the Tenth and Blake brand. The stable also...

Coca-Cola reaffirms commitment to using PET bottles

Global soft drinks giant Coca-Cola has confirmed its decision not to ditch single-use plastic bottles because of consumer demand for them, despite pressure from green activists to do so.Speaking at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in the Swiss ski resort of Davos, Coca-Cola’s head of sustainability Bea Perez explained that consumers found plastic bottles convenient since they are easy...

French vegetable producer Bonduelle targets further can gauge reduction

Vegetable canner Bonduelle has pledged to further cut the weight of its metal packaging as part of a plan to make all of its packs recyclable or reusable by 2025.The France-based food processor hopes to reduce the weight and thickness of all its packaging by working with its suppliers of metal, plastic, cardboard, paper and glass. This will entail...

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