The flavor of beer begins to change as soon as it’s packaged - so does it stay fresher in a bottle or can? In a new study published in ACS Food Science & Technology, scientists looked at each packaging format.
New technology developed at the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland enables the use of pectin-containing agricultural waste, such as citrus peel and sugar beet pulp, as raw material for bio-based polyethylene furanoate (PEF) plastics for replacing...
The New Zealand F&B industry has blasted the local government’s upcoming container return scheme, calling this costly, bureaucratic, and almost-certainly going to raise beverage costs and prices, which will be passed on to consumers.
The Al Ain Plant Bottle from Agthia Group PJSC is the region's first plant-based water bottle. It is biodegradable and compostable within 80 days and is part of the company’s broader sustainability initiatives.
Last week Coca-Cola announced that it aims to collect 100% of its packaging in Western Europe as part of its latest sustainability commitments. But how does Coca-Cola hope to achieve this, and how can it encourage consumers to recycle packaging after...
A bottle coating that enables thick foods, such as ketchup, to slide out easily could be on the market within two years after one of its developers told FoodProductionDaily.com that they were in talks with major food brands.
Further growth is expected for PET packaging in the beer sector, predicted Sidel when BeverageDaily.com caught up with company’s executive VP of engineering and material handling, Marc Aury, at Brau Beviale earlier this month.
The World Health Organisation has warned that the death toll of the
Indian Ocean Tsunami disaster could double if disease is allowed to
spread. Clean drinking water is amoung the most important supplies
necessary to prevent further...
Molson Canadian is introducing to the US market what it claims is
the first beer bottle designed to 'talk for you'. The beer bottles
feature an additional label on the base, aimed at starting