The can making and filling sectors have become beneficiaries – at least in the short term – of consumers turning their kitchen cupboards into pandemic pantries, stockpiling canned food and other long-lasting products because they fear of food shortages because of Covid-19.
Tenzing’s new Blackberry & Açaí flavour is the first blend to include natural, vegan BCAAs from corn to specifically increase stamina and aid sports recovery.
AEROBAL highlights the important role packaging manufacturers are playing as part of a system-relevant supply chain, particularly in the pharmaceutical industry.
Amidst the uncertainty posed first by Brexit and now by Covid-19, 2019 filling figures released by the BAMA have been welcomed by the aerosol industry, reflecting the sector’s resilience and the continued popularity of the aerosol format with consumers.
Expect to see a divestment in supply, an increase of local supply chains and multinationals expanding their local presence in territories across the world.
Ball Corporation has created a collection of newly designed, infinitely recyclable 250ml cans in partnership with Dorset-based UK beverage brand, Jimmy’s Iced Coffee.
Turkey’s growing demand for cold canned coffee means that Crown is well-positioned to help local, regional and international brand capitalise on this market.
London-based Boutinot Wines has chosen Ardagh’s 187ml wine can for its new The Long Little Dog wines, which were previously only available in bottles.