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Can the can sway the wine fan?

The first shipments of Franklin Estates Australian wine in cans are set to hit the UK market next month, a launch which the company hopes...

Better brewing

Scientists across the globe continue their mission to map the genomic sequence of crop varieties. A team in the US could now have the solution...

An organic experience

Organic drinks have increased in popularity in recent years. Capitalising on this trend is North Wales-based company Classic Organic, which has launched Cor!, an organic milk drink available in a...

Shine goes off Sunny Delight

Sunny Delight, the soft drink brand frequently surrounded by controversy, has been put up for sale by its US-based owner Procter & Gamble. P&G is...

Apple-coloured drinks

US food colour manufacturer D.D. Williamson has developed a caramelised apple product from 100 per cent apple juice concentrate. The company claims that food and beverage processors using the caramelised...

Space-age wine

The modern wine trade uses many techniques to ensure that its output is as high a quality as possible, but until now none of these...

Support for soy-based drinks

Flavour and mouth-feel of soy-protein drinks should not present a barrier to consumer preferences, claim researchers, assessing the acceptability of soy drinks compared to those...

Trouble brewing

A European research team, undertaking the most comprehensive study of caffeine and health in the world, has found people drinking more than six cups of...

The toast of Speyside

Scottish single malt distiller The Macallan has fitted 39 ATEX certified motors from technology firm ABB at its Easter Elchies distillery at Craigellachie on Speyside....

Farewell to bottle rinsers?

A new sterilisation process has been developed which manufacturer alfill claims combines economical operation with product reliability. The company believes that the process of dry...

A FROC in your throat

Danish brewery group Bryggerigruppen has teamed up with Rexam Glass Holmegaard to produce bottles for its new brand of alcoholic beverage, FROC. The brand's name...

Brighter smile with D-tagatose

The US Food and Drug Administration has given the all clear for novel food ingredient to bear a tooth-friendly health claim - undoubtedly a crucial...

Uniform global soy isoflavone testing

In a bid to validate different soy isoflavone testing methods around the world, newly merged Dutch ingredients company, Acatris, a subsidiary of Royal Schouten Group,...

IFT in for a Treatt

Flavour ingredients company Treatt will unveil its new selection of natural vegetable distillates at the IFT exhibition opening this weekend in Chicago, USA. Roasted pepper,...

Baltika begins bottled water production

The owner of Russia's leading beer Baltika has big plans for the brand. Baltic Beverages Holding is already preparing to roll out the beer in...

A glass act

Allied Glass Containers has recently supplied UK-based beverage manufacturer G & J Greenall with new 1-litre and 700ml ultra lightweight spirit bottles. The new packaging...

A cool idea

Coca-Cola has launched the Fridge Pack in Singapore, a product which the company believes could revolutionise drinks packaging. The product can stack an 8-pack of...

Controlling the Green Fairy

The controversial herbal drink of 19th century artistes, said to produce hallucinogenic levels of intoxication and inspire the Green Muse, is well under control in...

Horlicks: a modern, healthy drink?

Glaxo SmithKline (GSK) has relaunched its Horlicks brand in three new flavours on the Indian market, according to reports in the Indian press. The relaunch...

Sail of the century

Allied Glass Containers has produced a container for the launch of William Grant and Sons new spirit brand, Sailor Jerry . The packaging, which was designed...

Europen voices concern

Mounting animosity to mandatory deposits for non-refillable drinks containers has been highlighted by criticism from Europen, the European Organisation for Packaging and the Environment, in...

Britvic shoots wide of the mark with Freekee Soda

Britvic launched its innovative new soft drink Freekee Soda in a blaze of publicity at the start of the year, but with sales faltering after...

Oxysense to unveil innovations

Oxysense, the world leader in non-invasive oxygen measurement systemsfor the food and beverage industry, is to showcase a number of new technologies at the forthcoming...

Soya milk turns to chocolate

Moves to increase market share drove Belgian soy product developer Alpro to develop a chocolate flavour fresh soya milk for the British consumer. Launched under...

Cheers!

The Oxoid Awards for Beer Quality and Brewery Hygiene have recognised a number of innovative moves in the field, with the first prize given to...

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