Monthly Archives: September 2015

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AB InBev case study: Cubanisto flavoured rum with glow-in-the dark label

Category : Food & Beverage

AB InBev launched a rum flavoured beer last year in an eye-catching bottle with UV-light sensitive coating.

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What are the problems with packaging design today?

Category : Food & Beverage

Packaging which you cannot open, designs which are not interactive, products that do not carry an emotional message and do not connect with the consumer, are all the problems with packaging design today, according to Lars Wallentin, packaging, communication and design expert.

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Brown-Forman starts construction of $50m Slane Distillery

Category : Food & Beverage

The official ground breaking ceremony for Brown-Forman’s $50m Slane Distillery in Ireland took place today, representing its entry into distilling Irish whiskey. 

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Nescafé and Google in virtual reality coffee experience: ‘People feel as if they are right there in the plantation’

Category : Food & Beverage

Transparency on sustainability needs to go beyond data on packaging if it is to really engage consumers, says Nescafé, as it partners with Google to launch a virtual reality coffee experience. 

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Nestlé, Krones, ChemDAQ among founding members of association

Category : Food & Beverage

Nestlé, Solvay, Krones and ChemDAQ are founding members of an industry association to ensure the safe use of aseptic processing chemicals.

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United Caps sees success with finger grip water bottle cap

Category : Food & Beverage

United Caps claims to have set new standards in the F&B industry with its Wattwiller water patented flower cap, Protecscoop flip-top hinge for infant milk powder and McCormick disposable grinder.

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Global market for natural food colors to reach $1.7bn by 2020

Category : Food & Beverage

The global market for natural food colors is predicted to reach $1.7bn by 2020, with 20% of this market attributed to beverage applications. Analysts Iti Singh and Indu Tyagi, from research firm MarketsandMarkets, look at the opportunities for beverage manufacturers in this guest column.

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Increased innovation needed to further drive tea sales in the US

Category : Food & Beverage

Sales of tea in the US are booming, but the industry still faces tough competition and must continue to innovate to capture a larger “share of throat,” according to Peter Goggi, president of the Tea Council of the USA. 

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Keurig KOLD hits stores in six cities, but will consumers buy into its promise of ‘game changing, on-demand variety?’

Category : Food & Beverage

The long-awaited Keurig KOLD system is now available to order on Keurig.com and will be in select retailers online and in six cities beginning in October, including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles and New York, bosses revealed today.

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Coconut water will keep growing, says Canadean: 'People cannot get enough'

Category : Food & Beverage

Last year 587m litres of coconut water were sold globally, and consumption is predicted to rise by a further 15% in 2015, according to Canadean.

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