Fabulous Brands, the company behind WineStar, is offering French medal winning wines with an AOC-label in 200ml aluminium cans provided by Ball Packaging. A red, rose and white wine is available, and WineStar now aims to take on the German wine market. Fabulous Brands founder Cédric Segal has high ambitions, “We want to become the […]
France’s traditional reputation as wine loving has come under attack from a rise in sales of beer, spirits and soft drinks. Younger people in the country are moving towards canned drinks and one wine producer feels to keep his market share he must move with the trend. Cédric Segal, co-founder of canned wine company Winestar, […]
A low cost airline claims to be the first to start selling a new variety of wine in a can for its passengers. US based carrier Spirit Airlines will, from this week, start serving the fun wine collection on all flights. The can from Friends Wine In A Can come in a variety of flavours […]
The September issue of CanTech International includes articles on China, South Africa and the canned wine market. There is also a look at how leading US canned food manufacturers have united to drive research-based messaging aimed at brands, retailers and consumers.
French filler Cacolac has signed a contract with Australian company Barokes licensing them to fill wine in a can using Vinsafe technology. The Vinsafe process is the only wine-in-a-can packaging system, combining long shelf life with high product quality and managed by global patents.
Rexam Beverage Can Europe has worked with one of its filling partners, DIS, to install new equipment that will allow the company to fill wine in cans. This installation will allow a smoother and more precise filling technique, and will ensure that cans filled with wine under the Wild Pelican brand, are 100% perfect when landing on the retailers’ shelves for consumers’ enjoyment.
Ball Packaging Europe has signed an exclusive contract to manufacture and supply cans using Barokes Wines’ Vinsafe packaging process for wine in a can. Canned wines are currently experiencing double-digit growth in Europe and are becoming increasingly attractive to wine growers looking to reach younger consumers.