Can & end making
Crown Food Europe has collaborated with d’aucy, a brand of French food manufacturer Eureden Long Life, to launch a bio-diverse range of vegetables in glass jars, featuring Crown’s patented Orbit closure.
The issue of food safety isn’t a new concept for can makers – the responsibility to ensure all cans are safe before reaching consumers has always been there. However, it would be fair to say that right now, there’s a more watchful eye than ever before on the canning industry, as Frank Van Nederveen, sales engineer at Industrial Physics, reports.
Font Pincésze has worked with Canpack to launch its white and rose sparkling Font Secco wines.
Belvac has expanded its container and engineering services by investing in a fully functional, two-piece can pilot line.
Despite all the negativity around the Covid-19 pandemic, the canned beverage is doing very well. This week we’ve had several canned beverage stories, and now, Two Stacks Irish Whiskey in Northern Ireland has released Dram in a Can, which it says is a global first for packaging straight whiskey in a can.
PepsiCo has launched Neon Zebra, a line of non-alcoholic cocktail mixers in mini aluminium cans.