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Baristas K-Cups to enter grocery store distribution
By PKBR Staff Writer
US-based Baristas Coffee Company has completed development on their retail grocery product line of single serve K-Cups, a plastic container with a coffee filter inside.
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KFC to serve coffee in new edible cups in UK restaurants
By PKBR Staff Writer
In a major sustainability initiative, American fast-food giant KFC will soon serve coffee in edible cups at select stores in the UK.
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Red Brick selects Novelis evercan packaging solution
By PKBR Staff Writer
Red Brick has partnered with Novelis to offer its beer in the latter’s evercan certified high-recycled content aluminium can sheets.
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New packaging unveiled for Porto Cruz wines
By PKBR Staff Writer
Porto Cruz, a worldwide Port brand, has unveiled a new packaging design for its classic range of port wines.
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Bacardi Rum launches new pack design in UK
By PKBR Staff Writer
Bacardi Rum has launched a new bottle pack design in the UK, incorporating influences of Art Deco.
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Anheuser-Busch plans to axe 60 jobs at Newark brewery
By PKBR Staff Writer
Anheuser-Busch is planning to cut 60 jobs at its Newark brewery in New Jersey, US, to optimise production capabilities.
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Valio to sell skimmed milk in Tetra Pak’s fully renewable carton pack
By PKBR Staff Writer
Finland-based dairy producer Valio is now selling its products in Tetra Pak’s carton packaging made entirely from plant-based materials, becoming the first company in the world to do so.
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Anheuser-Busch InBev settles lawsuit over deceptive Kirin beer packaging
By PKBR Staff Writer
Anheuser-Busch (A-B) InBev has settled a lawsuit which was filed by two Miami residents in the US over deceptive Kirin beer packaging.
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Guala Closures and MGJ launch new range of liners
By PKBR Staff Writer
Guala Closures Group, along with Lyon-based Manufacture Génerale de Joints (MGJ) has developed a new range of liners with different levels of oxygen permeability rates for the wine industry, utilisng Oenoseal-branded technology.
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Owens-Illinois designs new bottles for Lucas Bols' Damrak Dutch Gin
By PKBR Staff Writer
Glass container manufacturer Owens-Illinois (O-I) has designed new bottles for Lucas Bols' Damrak Dutch Gin.
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Morrisons signs can packaging pledge
By PKBR Staff Writer
Supermarkets chain in the UK Morrisons has announced the signing of a new pledge under which it will not produce or sell any carbonated product with more than four alcohol units in a single-serve can.
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Sidel designs new lightweight PET bottle for beer
By PKBR Staff Writer
Sidel, a PET liquid packaging solutions provider, has introduced a new pasteurizable lightweight PET bottle for beer with a non-petaloid base.
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NBC introduces ultra bottle in Nigeria
By PKBR Staff Writer
Nigerian Bottling (NBC) has introduced new ultra glass bottle for its brands, Coca-Cola, Fanta and Sprite in Benin City, Nigeria.
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Wells & Young’s to introduce Estrella Damm beer in can format
By PKBR Staff Writer
Wells & Young’s Brewing is all set to introduce Estrella Damm beer in a 330ml can for trade in the UK.
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California approves bill mandating warning label on sugary drinks
By PKBR Staff Writer
The California Senate has approved the bill which mandates sugary soft drinks to feature labels that warn of obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.
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