Beverage

Queensland-based CapsulePack has provided Jasper Coffee with biodegradable and compostable coffee capsules for the launch of its at-home coffee range.

De Bortoli Wines has developed three sustainably produced wines under its new label, 17 Trees. The range is packed in recycled materials from O-I Glass and Multi-Colour Corporation.

IoT-based, "perfect serve" system IntelliCUP is helping to manage consistency and waste for merchants and brewers, as well as responsible consumption for consumers.

In yet another rejection of plastic packaging by a major brand, Cotton On Foundation, in partnership with Wallaby Water, has launched Australia's first bottled water in resealable aluminium packaging.

An iconic Australian beer can is about to hit the shelves after a 15-year absence. The Reschs Pilsner Silver Bullet cans are returning to bottle shops after a 15-year absence.

Carlsberg Pilsner is marking this year’s Liverpool FC English Premier League title win with its limited edition cans to celebrate. Australians are among the first in the world to receive the cans.

The Brewers Association of Australia has reiterated its full support for mandatory pregnancy labelling on alcohol but maintains its stance against Food Standards Australia and New Zealand’s proposed use of mandatory colours.

Coca-Cola Amatil is increasing its prices for customers in Western Australia by 11.65 cents per eligible container after the state imposed a container deposit scheme.

Most of Lion’s key systems have been restored following a ransomware attack earlier in the month. All its breweries are back up and running now.

A new Australian-developed technology has the potential to defend the wine export industry against the booming global trade in counterfeit wines, the company says.

Global leader in PET kegs OneCircle has announced a new commercial partnership with Vinpac International, part of the Endeavour Group.

Nespresso launched the first coffee capsules on the market made using 80 per cent recycled aluminium as part of a broader sustainability initiative.

Kiwi vodka brand 42Below has launched new, sustainable packaging with its 100 per cent recyclable bottle, with all aluminium and paper additions to its glass bottle.

Domaine Chandon Australia (DCA) was looking to improve the efficiency of its bottling operations when the decision was made to collaborate with Sidel.

Brownes Dairy is going back to the future in the Covid-19 era, with its “milko” delivery service to households in Perth that are self-isolating due to the pandemic.

New Zealand brewer Cassel Brewing Company employed glass packaging for its award-winning beer as a key part of its recovery after the Christchurch earthquake in 2011.