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Carlsberg’s four pillars for portfolio growth

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg has set out its strategy for portfolio growth over four key categories: continuing its focus on premium and super-premium products but also setting out new ambitions to expand in products beyond beer such as hard seltzer and RTDs.

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Hard seltzer storm: Big brands take seltzer strategies up a notch

By Rachel Arthur

Constellation Brands is lining up new flavors and SKUs for Corona Hard Seltzer. Anheuser-Busch is bringing a new product into play with Michelob Ultra Organic Seltzer. Coca-Cola will launch its hard seltzer in 2021 - and is PepsiCo eying up an entry into...

Garage Hard Seltzer launched in Norway in May. Pic:Carlsberg.

Carlsberg trials hard seltzers in Norway and Singapore

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg is exploring the global potential of the hard seltzer category with the launch of products in Norway and Singapore. ‘It’s still early days, but we are positive of the opportunity’, says the brewer.

Working towards a completely bio-based, polymer free bottle for beer. Pic:Carlsberg.

Carlsberg, Coca-Cola and Absolut create paper bottle research community

Carlsberg showcases paper bottle prototype

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg has unveiled two research prototypes for its Green Fibre Bottle: bottles made from sustainably sourced bio-based wood fibres.

The new cask-conditioned beers. Pic: Carlsberg

‘With science and craft, there are lots of opportunities to create innovative products in the elite category’

Beer meets gastronomy: Carlsberg develops speciality beer category for high-end restaurants

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg is seeking to increase the relevance of beer for today’s experimental gastronomy in the Danish restaurant scene, developing beers with new raw materials, methods and sensory profiles. Its new cask-conditioned Jacobsen beers have now launched...

The Falkenberg brewery in Sweden

Carlsberg launches carbon neutral brewery in Sweden

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg Sverige’s brewery in Falkenberg, Sweden, is now 100% powered by biogas and green electricity, eliminating the brewery’s carbon emissions from thermal energy and electricity.

‘Earnings growth on track’, says Carlsberg

‘Earnings growth on track’, says Carlsberg

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg CEO Cees ‘t Hart says 2016 was a ‘good year’ for the Carlsberg Group, having delivered 5% organic growth in operating profit in the year ending December 31, 2016.

Parcelive tracks deliveries along the entire logistics chain via transmitter devices. Picture: Hanhaa.

BillerudKorsnäs expands into the Internet of Packaging

By Jenny Eagle

BillerudKorsnäs, which manufactures beverage, snacks and confectionery packaging, is further expanding into the Internet of Packaging by investing in a minority holding in UK technology firm Hanhaa.

It's been an action-packed year for the beverage world. Here are some of the highlights. (Pic:iStock/marekuliasz)

The year that was: Headlines of 2016

By Rachel Arthur

From mergers and acquisitions to innovations in packaging and flavors, we take a look back over some of the headlines of 2016. 

Robots that brew beer, carbon neutral factories, and better tasting medicine... read on to see how the beverage industry has been innovating this year. Pic: iStock/stevanovicigor

6 beverage innovation highlights of 2016

By Rachel Arthur

It’s easy to be cynical about the term ‘innovation’ – a buzzword used by marketers in the hope of attracting attention in a crowded marketplace. But here we take a look at some of the products and projects from the beverage world in 2016 that we think...

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