Updated foaming device for canned beer from Suntory

Japan-based drinks giant Suntory has launched an upgraded version a device that uses ultrasonics to encourage the foaming of canned beers when they are poured.Suntory will launch limited edition variants from next week, and the device will be included in the purchase of Suntory’s Premium Malt beverages in Japan.A 12-can case will include a red or white device, while...

Packaging system suppliers join up to better serve craft brewers

Two leading suppliers of packaging systems to craft brewers in the US have joined forces to provide a better service to customers.Meheen Manufacturing, a specialist in bottling lines, and Wild Goose Canning, and a manufacturer of canning lines, have combined their businesses.Each will continue to build on their specialities in the craft brewing industry but will now be able...

Soft drinks producers to stop selling added-sugar drinks in schools

As part of its commitment to prevent obesity in children, a large part of the soft drinks industry in Europe is to voluntarily stop sales of drinks containing added sugars to schools in the European Union.The move expands on a commitment made in 2006 by UNESDA, which represents producers of four-fifths of soft drinks sales in Europe, not to...

Heineken’s plan to reduce carbon emissions

Global brewer Heineken has launched a plan for increasingly adopting renewable energy at its operations, with a target of growing its share of renewable thermal energy and electricity from 14 to 70 percent by 2030.As part of the plan, called ‘Drop the C’, new emission goals will be set for distribution and cooling and, for the first time, also...

Coca-Cola’s Christmas Truck begins UK tour

Coca-Cola has officially kick-started the countdown to Christmas by announcing the return of its iconic Coca-Cola Christmas Truck Tour in the UK, starting on Friday 15 November in Edinburgh.This year, Coca-Cola has partnered with Crisis – the national homelessness charity – and will donate 10p (US 13 cents) for each can recycled by visitors at the truck tour, with...

Craft brewing economic activity in US grows to $68bn

Craft brewers contributed almost $68 billion to the US economy in 2016, more than a fifth higher than two years earlier, and double the figure for ten years ago.The figures were compiled by The Brewers Association – not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent American brewers – in its 2016 Economic Impact Report, a biennial analysis featuring economic data...

ORKLA TO ADOPT LIQUIGLIDE TECHNOLOGY

July 2nd:US-based LiquiGlide Inc has licenced its LiquiGlide technology to Norwegian foods and beverages company Orkla ASA, for use with mayonnaise products in the Nordics, Germany, Benelux and the Baltics.Described as a slippery coating, LiquiGlide is a permanently wet, liquid-impregnated surface which is designed to be hyper-slippery, allowing the product sitting directly on a layer of liquid. It uses...

Beverage shake-up at Coca-Cola Amatil

Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) has made a series of changes to its organisational structure. All of its beverage categories will now be merged and managed on geographical lines.Alison Watkins, CCA’s group managing director, explained that the company’s Australian based alcohol and coffee portfolios will join its Australian beverages team. Alcohol and coffee in New Zealand, Paradise Beverages in Fiji and...

Coca-Cola to go down market in India for growth

Coca-Cola is planning to target local drinks brands in India with the launch of a range of carbonates that will be more than a third cheaper than its headline labels.Growth in so-called B brands which are distributed in small geographic areas at prices much lower than Coke, Sprite and Fanta has been dramatic.So much so that Coca-Cola is launching...

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