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Coca-Cola is planning to produce its first ever alcoholic drink in Japan.
Mintel research commissioned by PureCircle shows that the use of stevia in food and beverage products is increasing.
‘Pushing boundaries to develop innovative products for health-savvy consumers’ The 6th Annual Innovation in Non-Alcoholic Beverages Congress is returning in October 2017. With the changing health trend and preference, beverage companies are seeking to optimise recipes. It is also evolving innovations to create new types of drinks with added multiple functions. This year’s programme is […]
The 6th Annual Innovation in Non-Alcoholic Beverages Congress is returning in October 2017.
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has announced the arrival of a new product to add to its energy portfolio. Monster Hydro, a non carbonated energy drink will come in three different flavours: Tropical Thunder, Mean Green and Manic Melon.
Birgit Clever Dr Thilo Britz discuss the trends and directions currently shaping the packaging market, and what they mean for the development of new filling machines.
With commercial activity starting 2010, Claranor has introduced the Pulsed Light Sterilisation technology in the beverage and dairy industry. This technology enables an extremely rapid surface sterilisation without chemicals, with low energy consumption and operating costs, and limited capex. Claranor has installed >200 cap and cup sterilisation units throughout the world on PET lines as […]
With commercial activity starting 2010, Claranor has introduced the Pulsed Light Sterilisation technology in the beverage and dairy industry.
Here is your weekly round-up of Shelf Life news. Next week’s round-up will focus on ingredients news.
Following the complete relaunch of its juice drinks brand, Drench, earlier this year, Britvic has unveiled new sparkling variants to extend the range into the carbonated segment.
Archer Daniels Midland Company’s (ADM) Wild Flavors and Specialty Ingredients business unit (WFSI) is expanding its portfolio to include new concepts featuring nuances of mint.
The adult soft drinks market is gaining ground as products seek to satisfy a range of consumer needs and behaviours, says Canadean.
The Berry Company is relaunching its existing juice and tea range with 40% reduced sugar and calories, in line with a new pack design.
Technavio predicts the global advanced packaging market will exceed $31 billion by 2019, due to a rise in consumer awareness, demand for fresh food and increasing consumption of processed food.