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How population growth will shape the future of the food industry


From climate change to geopolitical upheavals, this century will confront the global food industry and the food of the future with many challenges. But one megatrend in particular will have a major impact on supply chains and production processes: the growth of the world's population. The ...


Stora Enso invests in pilot plant for bio-based plastic packaging material


Stora Enso is investing EUR 9 million to build a pilot facility for enabling the production of bio-based plastics as barrier in transparent packaging. The pilot plant will convert plant-based sugars into the renewable building block required to make PEF, a bio-based plastic, mainly targeting the ...


Coca-Cola Amatil produces Australia’s first 100% recycled bottle for carbonated beverages


Coca-Cola Amatil has produced Australia’s first carbonated soft drink bottles made from 100 per cent recycled plastic, in a major step forward for sustainability. Group Managing Director Alison Watkins said while 100 per cent recycled plastic had previously been used in still beverages, it had ...


Darigold Expands Capabilities in Mexico


Darigold Inc. announces the expansion of its operations in Mexico through the addition of in-market sales and logistics leaders. The new team will enhance customer service and integration with its Mexican customers. These key hires include Eugenio Massieu, director - Latin America; Mariana Lezama ...


US beverage giant Pepsico wants to invest billions in Mexico


The US beverage group Pepsico plans to invest four billion US dollars (around 3.6 billion euros) in projects in Mexico over the next two years. Coca-Cola's competitor announced on Monday (local time) that the construction of a new plant in the Mexican state of Guanajuato is also planned. "This ...


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Nestlé Waters joins consortium to boost PET plastic recyclability


Nestlé Waters is joining Carbios, L’Oréal, PepsiCo and Suntory Beverage & Food Europe (SBFE) to bring enhanced recycling technology designed and developed by Carbios to market on an industrial scale. The consortium funded by Carbios and L’Oréal aims to help make a circular plastic economy an ...


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Coca-Cola Australia and Coca-Cola Amatil announce a major increase in recycled plastic


Coca-Cola Australia and Coca-Cola Amatil today announced a major increase in the use of recycled plastic as part of aglobal commitment to help solve the world’s packaging problem. The world’s largest beverage company said 70 per cent of the plastic bottles manufactured in Australia will be made ...


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Coca-Cola Canada Kicks off Exciting Year of Innovation with New Mini Bottle

$20 million investment


Canadians’ favourite Coca-Cola beverage just got a lot smaller, in a big way - Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero Sugar, Diet Coke and Sprite are now available in a more compact and resealable 250 mL mini bottle. The new ‘mini’ package size kicks off a massive year of innovation for Coca-Cola in Canada, ...


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Nesquik launches All Natural cocoa powder in recyclable paper packaging


Nestlé has today announced the launch of a new Nesquik All Natural powder. The new Nesquik features a simplified, natural ingredients list and comes in a recyclable paper pouch. Nestlé is launching the new Nesquik All Natural in five European markets in the coming weeks: France, Germany, Italy, ...


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Nestlé’s Häagen-Dazs part of Loop reusable packaging initiative


Nestlé has today announced its partnership in Loop, a subscription home delivery service for foods and household goods with reusable packaging. Häagen-Dazs, a Nestlé brand in the United States and Canada, is the official ice cream partner for the pilot project in New York, scheduled to launch in ...


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