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Bud Light Increases Transparency with its New Labelling
Consumers are demanding more and more transparency regarding the constituents of the products they buy, and in response Bud Light has become the first beer brand in the United States to add a comprehensive on-pack product information label; its new secondary packaging design will hit stores in February.
Beautiful New Coffee Can Instant Hit in UAE
Ardagh Group has produced one of the most original and eye-catching cans for the luxury iced coffee brand Gaya Gold Coffee. Manufactured at Ardagh Group’s Deventer, Netherlands plant for the Dutch brand owner Concept Drinks, the stylish can has already made an instant impact on the UAE (United Arab Emirates) market and will soon be launched in other Middle Eastern markets.
Crown and Piper-Heidsieck Collaborate on Champagne Packaging
Crown Aerosols & Promotional Packaging Europe has been working with champagne producer Piper-Heidsieck to launch a limited edition promotional tin to celebrate the Australian Open tennis tournament (14-27 January 2019).
BAMA Forum and Awards Dinner 2018
Last month on 17 and 18 October the BAMA Forum and Awards Dinner was held at Oulton Hall near Leeds in West Yorkshire. Once regarded as a ‘modest eighteenth-century house’, it’s now a splendid four-star luxury hotel and conference centre and an ideal venue for BAMA’s annual conference.
ADF on Tour in London Town and New York, New York
With its customary focus on information, innovation and inspiration the Aerosol Dispensing Forum (ADF) triumphed both in London and in New York City last month.
Tin vs Aluminium
Bisphenol A is an organic synthetic colourless compound, discovered by Russian chemist Aleksandr Dianin in 1891, and has been in commercial use since 1957. BPA-based plastics include certain polycarbonates for use in various consumer products, such as plastic water bottles, CDs and DVDs, and epoxy resins, which are used to line water pipes and the insides of many food and beverage cans.