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US analyst spies flexible favor in RTD tea, beer and sports drinks

BEVERAGEDAILY.COM SPECIAL EDITION: FLEXIBLE BEVERAGE PACKAGING

US analyst spies flexible favor in RTD tea, beer and sports drinks

By Mark ASTLEY

While the best beverage prospects for the flexible packaging industry continue to lie with wine, sports drinks, ready-to-drink teas and even beer present significant opportunities for pouch manufacturers, US packaging analyst Joe Iorillo told BeverageDaily.com.

Diageo CEO Ivan Menezes

ALCOHOLIC DRINKS GIANT INSISTS IT CAN STILL HIT 2015 GOAL

Diageo falls short in 2013 against wastewater polluting power target

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Johnnie Walker distiller Diageo admits that it fell off-track in 2013 against a 2015 target to cut the polluting power of wastewater by 60% but insists it is still on target to meet the goal.

Sidel's new StarLite PET bottle base

Touching StarLite… Sidel launches PET bottle base

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Sidel claims its new StarLite PET bottle base for still drinks such as waters and juices increases package rigidity and can save a given bottler €700000 a year due to lower material use.

Maple water: The new coconut water?

Maple water: The new coconut water?

By Hank Schultz

Coconut water has a new competitor. Maple water, a beverage consisting of the raw sap from sugar maple trees, has made its Canadian market debut in Quebec and British Columbia, according to an organization of maple sugar producers.

Coca-Cola Life seeks 1+1=3 effect: Packaging guru

Coca-Cola Life seeks 1+1=3 effect: Packaging guru

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Packaging guru Andrew Streeter tells BeverageDaily.com that Coca-Cola Life’s use of the PlantBottle in tandem with stevia reflects a determined move to give the brand an ‘additional cutting edge’.

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