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Coopers Brewery is releasing its Original Pale Ale product in a can format next month.
An alcohol delivery company has partnered with Spotify to release a special-edition range of wines which can be paired with music.
Coca-Cola Turkey is making use of thermochromic inks on a range of interactive cans provided by Crown.
The successful “Share a Coke” campaign, which launched in Australia in 2011, has reached India. 110 million labels are expected to be printed using the HP Indigo 20000 press.
Jet Technologies has launched a cask solution suitable for all types of drinks, which can be custom-printed to maximise branding on shelf.
In a move to wrestle the term 'craft beer' back from the big players, the Independent Brewers Association (IBA) is launching a new seal to promote awareness of locally owned and produced beer.
Coca-Cola Japan has introduced the world’s first frozen slushies in hand-held squeeze pouches.
The Australian Beverages Council has refuted claims that tiny plastic particles are seeping into bottled water during the packaging process.
Nestlé has released a new Nescafé product which comes in nitrogen-infused cans.
A joint venture between a brewer and an engineering company has resulted in the creation of 'beer bottle' for space travellers.
In response to consumer demand for its newest keg beer to be packaged, Coopers is selling its Sessions Ale in cans and bottles.
Timed to coincide with International Women's Day, Diageo has created a Jane for its Johnnie, with the famous 'striding man' on its whisky labels taking on a female form.
Foodmach, Australian packaging automation supplier to the beverage and food sectors, has teamed up with Lion to bring a ‘new to world’ filler to the Australian market
A NZ Sauvignon Blanc producer is now using thermographic label technology to show when a wine is chilled correctly.