... the Category ‘Best Sustainable Packaging’
Fillbee returnable beverage pack is captivating the attention of the beverage industry and putting reusability at the heart of circular economy.
Fillbee, a ‘zero waste’ returnable beverage pack for 4 or 6 bottles was designed to eliminate wrapping packaging for beverages,... (more)
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... the Category ‘Best Sustainable Packaging’
Peterstaler is now filling newly developed glass bottles – thanks to a project successfully implemented by KHS
Picture: Bottle formats, From 0.25 to one liter: Peterstaler uses various bottle formats – and for many decades now has relied on KHS technology to fill them all. In 2015 the mineral water bottling plant procured a new... (more)
Two Dutch beer brands - Heineken and Bavaria - are actively promoting non-alcoholic malt beverages to secure growth amid the declining beer market in Thailand as consumers become more health-conscious, the Bangkok Post reported on March 7.
On March 6, both brands announced business plans to promote non-alcoholic malt beverages in Thailand's... (more)
Vetropack Group: Board of Directors appoints new Head of Marketing, Sales and Production Planning... (Company news)
... at Group level
The Board of Directors of Vetropack Holding Ltd has appointed Evan Williams (photo) as the new Group-wide Head of Marketing, Sales and Production Planning with effect from 1 June 2019. He will also become a member of the Management Board.
Evan Williams, aged 52, holds a Bsc Honours graduate in business administration and... (more)
Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL) has ventured into the premium alcoholic beverage market with the launch of a new ale as it seeks to grow beer sales and woo the middle-class segment, the Daily Nation reported on March 13.
The firm has launched Tusker Premium Ale, which it says is made from aromatic hops and crystal malt. The move is part of East... (more)
Ursus Breweries, the biggest beer producer in Romania, is launching Ursus Tank, the unpasteurized fresh beer which, through a new technology in Romania, is delivered in a very short time directly from the factory, the Business Review reported on March 6.
The beer arrives in the 24-hour factory at the selected partner locations (pubs, bars,... (more)
In the past five years, craft beer has gone from a niche interest to one of the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry’s most profitable sectors. Beer may be in maturation, but a craft beer reinvention that’s packed with flavor, clever branding, and premium appeal has helped to boost sales around the world, and give the alcohol... (more)
Retailers should site the newly-rebranded Carlsberg alongside more premium lagers, as the supplier takes measures to challenge the perception that the brew is an “old man’s beer”, betterRetailing reported on March 5.
Speaking at the re-launch of the brand in London, Liam Newton, vice president of marketing at Carlsberg, said... (more)
Hite Jinro said on March 13 it will release its first new lager brand in six years next week, the Korea Times reported.
The sub-brand dubbed Terra will hit domestic store shelves on March 21. The product is designed to provide a more "refreshing taste" compared to other beers already on the market.
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More than one third of Slovaks (38 percent) tend to call themselves beer-drinkers instead of wine-drinkers (26 percent). The most popular is 10 percent bale beer but non-alcoholic beer and radlers are gaining popularity, as the research for the Slovak Association of Beer and Malt Producers showed.
Slovaks mainly drink beer containing alcohol.... (more)