SIG has set a bold new climate target that is one of the first in its industry to be approved by the Science Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) as being in line with the latest climate science to limit global warming to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels to prevent the worst effects of climate change. SIG is committed to cutting its Scope 1 and 2... (more)
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The entire range of Buxton bottles will be made of 100% rPET by 2021
Buxton Natural Mineral Water has launched 75cl and 1 litre bottles made from 100% recycled PET plastic. The new bottles are manufactured entirely from used plastic significantly reducing the amount of virgin plastic in circulation.
The UK launch of rPET bottles is the...Nestlé Waters’ (more)
Ingelfingen-based valve specialist GEMÜ is further expanding its product range of motorized diaphragm, globe and diaphragm globe valves.
For several years now, the processing industry has been increasingly looking for alternatives to pneumatic actuators. Electric valves are an option. These have particular appeal on account of their cost... (more)
The founders of Balter Brewing Company called it “a massive day” as it announced the craft brewery had been bought by Carlton & United Breweries, the Food & Drink Business reported on December 6.
Balter started on the Gold Coast in 2016. Co-founders include Bede Durbidge, Scott Hargrave, Josh Kerr, Stirling Howland, Mick Fanning, Ant... (more)
India’s largest brewer, United Breweries Limited (UB), on December 4 announced the rollout of speciality beer - Ultra Witbier - under its flagship Kingfisher brand, riding on the growing popularity of craft brews in India’s top metros, LiveMint reported.
Ultra Witbier that has been rolled out in Karnataka and Goa, is the brand's first...Ab InBev (more)
As 2019 comes to a close, the Brewers Association (BA) — the not-for-profit trade association dedicated to small and independent American brewers — takes a retrospective look at the contributions and major milestones of the country’s craft brewing community during the past year. Continued growth, record brewery count, and craft beers’ museum debut... (more)
While American publications herald the arrival of “the New Sobriety” on the backs of part-time teetotalers and alcohol-free bars, Spaniards have been drinking low and zero-alcohol beer since the 1970s, vinepair.com reported.
According to the Asociación de Cerveceros de España, the country’s brewers association, these beers account for 13... (more)
Danish brewer Carlsberg has once again swapped out a member of its beer portfolio for a Pilsner, this time without the alcohol, The Drinks Business reported on January 10.
Liam Newton, VP Marketing at Carlsberg UK, said the AF category “has seen huge growth in the last few years as consumers seek to moderate their consumption without comprising... (more)
South Korean beer producers are scrambling to fill the vacuum created in the local beer market after Japanese beer suffered a massive loss in market share due to a recent boycott movement against all things Japanese, The Korea Bizwire reported on January 9.
CU, a major South Korean convenience store chain, announced on January 8 that sales of... (more)
Beer drinkers in Germany can expect higher prices for tap and in some cases retail beer this year, The Local Germany reported on January 9.
In many cases, draught beer is slated to become more expensive for the catering trade – a change expected to trickle down to customers.
The leading German beer producer, the Radeberger Gruppe, is...Krombacher (more)