S.Pellegrino Sparkling Natural Mineral Water has announced its new line of coffee-inspired sparkling waters available in cans.
The new Wild Goose Fusion™ Counter Pressure Canning System provides fully automated canning for craft drinks across a range of product types and conditions.
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.
It is always good to receive stories that are a bit quirky, that tell a local story or showcase the efforts of a small business. One such product story that will be covered in the next issue of CanTech International is how the last remaining can maker in London, William Say & Co, cost-effectively produced a short run of 100 Christmas gift cans for its customers using new digital printing technology
Lofoten Arctic Water, a natural premium water from Norway’s Lofoten Islands, is launching in a new range of aluminium bottles by Ball Corporation that have already won Zenith Global Water Drinks Awards.
Cider brand Michel Jodoin is expanding the market for its non-alcoholic apple musts with a new range of cans for consumers in Canada.
Remedy has become the first canned kombucha brand to be stocked in UK Tesco Superstores.