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Australian canned cocktail company wins $2.5m investment

30 July 2021

Melbourne-based Curatif has won a substantial investment into their canned cocktails, which will be available throughout Australia from September in select Dan Murphy’s and BWS stores. The investment will be used to support Curatif’s ‘rapid growth’. The funding came from a group of private investors, led by Brodie Arnhold, who has investments in companies such…

SYNETIQ recovers enough aluminium to create 346 million drinks cans per year

30 July 2021

Britain’s leading car salvage, dismantling and recycling company, SYNETIQ, has proved it is a canny operator when it comes to recycling aluminium from its vehicles. On average, SYNETIQ extracts more than 5200 tonnes of aluminium during the vehicle recycling process each year, which would be enough to create 346 million drinks cans. Instead of bolstering…

The Devil is in the detail

30 July 2021

Karen McKenzie looks at a commonly used scam targeting the winemaking industry as fraudsters purporting to work for genuine wine companies use identity theft to fleece producers.   Australian wine and pale ale brand 19 Crimes uses augmented-reality labels on their bottles and cans to tell true crime stories. Using a smartphone app and a…

Boost to US canned food sales

29 July 2021

US demand for canned food is forecast to grow 3.0% yearly in nominal terms through 2025, according to Canned Foods: United States, a report recently released by Freedonia Focus Reports. Ongoing growth in disposable personal income will support spending on premium canned goods that offer quality and convenience. However, the perception among many consumers that fresh food…

Molson Coors posts best quarterly growth in more than a decade

29 July 2021

Molson Coors Beverage Company today said it posted its best quarterly top-line growth in more than a decade, fuelled by the return of on-premise sales around the globe and a continued shift to higher-priced, above-premium beverages. The company said second-quarter net sales revenue rose 17.4% to $2.94 billion, compared with the year-ago quarter. Net income…

Mens grooming brand gets an aluminium upgrade

29 July 2021

Men’s grooming brand Hawkins & Brimble is moving three of its most popular lines to aluminium packaging, produced by Vetroplas in conjunction with its Spanish partner Envases. The slick, aesthetically pleasing design, is achieved by offset printing and matt lacquer. The initial focus is on three popular lines: The Energising Elemi & Ginseng Body Wash…

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