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FEDERAL CARTEL OFFICE INVESTIGATION INTO OTHER BREWERS CONTINUES

Warsteiner shares €106m fine for German beer cartel, AB InBev escapes

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Germany’s Federal Cartel Office is set to fine five of the nation's brewers including Warsteiner €106m for fixing beer prices from 2006-2008 but whistleblower AB InBev has escaped punishment.

AB InBev's will optimize its plants to cut energy and water usage

World's biggest brewer AB InBev unwraps 100,000 ton packaging pledge

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Anheuser-Busch InBev's (AB InBev) new environmental commitments include an ambitious pledge to reduce use of packaging materials by 100,000 tons annually by 2017, but the bulk of its new commitments will not result in overall reductions for energy...

AB InBev built Stella Artois Cidre into a £62m UK brand within two years

£62m UK brand set for Stateside rollout

Apple of AB InBev’s eye: Stella Cidre set for US launch

By Ben BOUCKLEY

AB InBev CEO Carlos de Brito has revealed that the world’s biggest brewer will launch UK cider sales sensation Stella Cidre in the US within the next few weeks.

Budweiser is one of the beers brewed by Anheuser-Busch in Houston, Texas (Picture Copyright: Roger Wollstadt/Flickr)

HOUSTON BREWERY GENERAL MANAGER INVESTIGATING CLAIMS WITH OSHA

OSHA cites AB InBev alleging ‘serious’ US safety violations

By Ben BOUCKLEY

An influential US Department of Labor safety body has cited Anheuser-Busch, alleging that the firm failed to protect Houston brewery workers from exposure to carbon dioxide and other workplace hazards.

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