Coca-Cola Turkey is making use of thermochromic inks on a range of interactive cans provided by Crown. Read more
Coca-Cola has rolled out cans of Coke, Coke Zero, Fanta and Sprite using Reveal temperature-sensitive inks.
A drinks manufacturer has launched a system which turns an almost-empty cup into a self-stirring energy drink with the addition of water.
Lion-owned Fremantle brewery Little Creatures has refreshed the branding and packaging design of its primary, secondary and tertiary packaging. PKN found out more about the makeover.
The CanPro filling-seaming system from Splatt Engineering, recently installed at Hawkers Brewery, offers high speed can control and flexibility. PKN went to see the system in situ.
A new PET bottle for Fanta has been released as the result of a partnership between packaging company Sidel and Coca-Cola.
Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) has partnered with a company called Tactic on an AR campaign that sees labels tell stories via an app.
Altvin and Wines by Geoff Hardy have won in the packaging category of the 2017 Wine Industry Impact Awards.
Orora Beverage and Graphic Packaging International are key packaging suppliers behind CCA's can launch for Mount Franklin Lightly Sparkling water.
Whisky liqueur brand Drambuie has been re-launched in a new bottle by distiller William Grant & Sons.
In line with growth in the flavoured and low carb-beer segment, Coca-Cola Amatil has introduced a new can format for its Miller Chill brand.
Drinktec took place in Munich last week, presenting beverage innovation from around the world to 75,000+ visitors. PKN brings you five packaging concepts that caught our eye.
McDonald's will start bottling and selling its McCafe range in US supermarkets next year following a deal with Coca-Cola Co.
Ardagh Group has developed a thermochromic ink application which reveals a hidden message for consumers on cans.
Frucor Suntory MD Mark Wiedermann explains how the company took a failing energy drink brand and, with the help of a little honesty learnt from millennials, flipped the market on its head.