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Production on Sidel’s BoostPrime hot-fill PET solution is underway at a key customer in Mexico, bottling a large variety of beverages including juice, tea, and isotonics.
De Bortoli Wines has won the International Wine and Spirits Competition’s inaugural Innovative Winery of the Year trophy for the closure on its new release Rosé Rosé wine, the first registered colour side-embossed screw cap in the world.
Heineken has installed a complete can line solution at Heineken’s brewery in Tien Gang, Vietnam, significantly increasing its production output.
Just Water’s Tetra Top carton bottle, designed and produced by Tetra Pak, has won Best Packaging Solution at the 2018 Global Bottled Water Congress.
Geoff Parker, CEO of the Australian Beverages Council, takes a closer look at how packaging innovation holds the key to a lighter environmental footprint.
Alcohol beverage makers must label their products with warning labels relating to the risks of drinking during pregnancy following an agreement by ministers.
The Australian craft cider industry has launched a ‘100% Australian grown’ trust mark and brand proposition to help it tap into export markets.
Australia’s leading craft beer bottle shop, Beer Cartel, has teamed up with Visy to produce the packaging for its 2018 beer advent calendar, incorporating limited edition brews.
A Sydney-based mum and entrepreneur has brought Australia’s first packaged hemp water to market in a carefully-designed bottle.
Sidel has launched its new Evofill can filler, which it bills as a sustainable, hygienic and flexible filling solution.
Beer brand Carlsberg is launching a world premiere for can multipacks under the name Snap Pack, which sees beverage cans combined with adhesive dots in a bid to reduce packaging waste.
A new craft bewery has joined the burgeoning brewpub scene and is introducing innovative end-to-end practices in processing and packaging.
From wine-in-a-can to pre-filled PET wineglass, packaging for one of Australia's most popular beverages continues to evolve.
A microbrewery in Jindabyne owned by beverage company Lion has switched to a can format for its pale ale range.