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CANPACK deploys its Quadromix Technology

CANPACK has joined up with its Quadromix technology to work with brands across the globe to celebrate their special moments. Recently, the world-famous Bavaria beer partnered with CANPACK to print three limited-edition cans that marked the company’s 300th Anniversary. CANPACK’s Quadromix technology enables brands like Bavaria to print, in one production series, up to four……...


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Tesco removes 67m pieces of plastic wrapping from multipack tins

UK retailer Tesco have announced that they are to remove canned plastic-wrapped  multipacks from supermarket shelves, replacing them with plastic-free multibuys on tinned food. 183,000 tinned multipacks are bought ever day at Tesco and the move will eliminate an estimated 350 tonnes of plastic from the environment. Tesco CEO Dave Lewis said, “we are removing……...


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Alupro report record recycling figures in 2019

Provisional data published by the Environment Agency (10th January) has indicated that aluminium has exceeded the 2019 packaging recycling target of 112,200 tonnes (61%); the data reports 114,748 tonnes collected for recycling, an impressive 15% increase on 2018 according to an announcement this week from Alupro. The data indicates that Q4 was the strongest quarter……...


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Tea in a can the nations favourite new tipple?

As the end of dry January nears in sight the sober soldiers amongst us are counting down the days until we can enjoy an ice-cold glass of beer. Luckily, going sober for January doesn’t have to be as painful as it would have been ten years ago. This is due in part, to the staggering……...


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Australian Brewery stops beer production to provide water relief

Australia based brewery, Cascade, has contributed to the bushfire relief efforts, halting beer production at the Hobart based plant, in order to donate 120,000 cans (or 50,000 litres) of water to communities that have had their drinking supply affected by the bushfires. This is the third time Cascade’s parent company, Carlton & United Breweries, has……...


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Coco di Mama stops selling plastic bottled water

London based Italian food chain Coco di Mama have announced that they will stop selling plastic bottled water in their 28 restaurants, a move which Is expected to save 180,000 plastic bottles each year. Instead, customers will be able to purchase water sold in resealable cans from CanO Water. Made from around 60% recycled material,……...


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Centerplate, Ball and Bud Light team up for the Super Bowl

Continuing with their goal to provide sustainable beverage packaging options to sports fans, Ball have teamed up with hospitality partner, Centerplate and Bud Light to bring their infinitely recyclable aluminium cups to guests at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens for Super Bowl LIV on 2nd February 2020. As the NFL’s official beer and……...


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Nicolas Feuillatte Goes 100% Metal with Crown

Nicolas Feuillatte is celebrating the inclusion of the Hillsides, Houses and Cellars of the Champagne region on the illustrious Unesco World Heritage List with a new, multi-award winning, limited edition tin. The champagne brand entrusted Crown Aerosols & Promotional Packaging Europe with the task of creating a tin that shines the light of innovation on……...


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Plastic bottles supposedly still in demand

Coco-Cola’s head of sustainability, Bea Perez, has announced that the firm will not ditch single-use plastic bottles as consumers still want them. Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Ms Perez said that the firm could not ditch plastic outright as this would likely alienate customers and hit sales. The firm has pledged to……...


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Crown commits to reduce water usage by 20% in 2025

As part of their water usage reduction activities that have been underway since 2016, Crown have committed to a new sustainability goal to reduce water usage in its global operations by 20% from 2019 levels by the end of 2025. The initiative will help to decrease the firms water usage by over 500 million gallons……...


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