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Slim and sleek Coke canning expansion for Baltimore plant
New canning lines have been added at a US Coca-Cola plant in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Organic canned foods to be sold on-line by Amazon
June 20: Canned foods are among the organic products that will be sold through on-line retailer Amazon when it completes the acquisition of Whole Foods Market Inc.

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Misbranded canned foods recalled by Conagra
June 19:Food canner Conagra Brands has recalled several hundred thousand pounds of canned products in the US because of misbranding.

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Lifeline for Australian canned infant formula manufacturer
June 15:Bellamy’s Organic, the Australian producer of canned infant formula that six months ago was hit by a leadership crisis, has bought its own canning plant in Melbourne, which means it will have its own export license for shipping product to China, a key market.

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Leading canned seafood manufacturer recognised by Greenpeace
Global seafood manufacturer Thai Union, which has just published its latest sustainability report, has been recognised by Greenpeace as a leader for positive change in the seafood industry.

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Wesson cooking oil brand to be sold to J M Smucker
May 31: Packaged food giant Conagra Brands has agreed to sell its Wesson cooking oil brands to J M Smucker Co in a deal worth US$285 million.

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Spam helps grocery products sales increase at Hormel Foods
Strong performance of the Spam brand contributed to higher sales of grocery products at US-based Hormel Foods, in its second quarter fiscal 2017 results.

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€100m funding for Galician fish canners
May 23: The government in the autonomous region of Galicia, in north-west Spain, has pledged to invest 100 million euros ($108.9m) in the seafood canning industry, supported by the European Union and the Spanish government.

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Camden Town Brewery to move into £30m facility in July
May 22: Camden Town Brewery, the UK craft brewer acquired two years ago by Anheuser-Busch InBev, is planning to open its new £30 million production plant in July.

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Colourful graphics on cans promote crafty cocktails
May 19: A range of ‘craft’ cocktails launched in the UK exploits the use of dramatic and colourful graphics on cans.

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Main News
Tuesday, May 23
· Illinois craft brewer expands into cans
Tuesday, May 16
· More investment in US brewing operations by AB InBev
· Bid for Vietnam’s brewer Habeco by Carlsberg is ‘hot and complicated’
Friday, May 12
· Cinnamon hots up PepsiCo’s summer sales campaign
Monday, May 08
· Stella Artois growth provides a lift for Anheuser-Busch InBev
Tuesday, May 02
· Coca-Cola joint venture plant starts up in China
· Molson Coors starts work on new brewery in Canada
· Strong profit gains for PepsiCo in first quarter
Wednesday, April 26
· Sales decline at Coca-Cola as Kent hands over to Quincey
Tuesday, April 25
· On-site bottle line saves costs and improves sustainability
Monday, April 24
· Share a Coke campaign extended to surnames
Wednesday, April 19
· Spam producer Hormel awards suppliers for improvement
· Independent Dutch drinks filler rejects private equity offer
Friday, April 07
· American Beverage Association chief executive Neely honoured
· Buffett appears on cans of Cherry Coke for China launch
Thursday, April 06
· Cold-brew coffees make their debut in Ardagh’s Nitro Cans
Wednesday, April 05
· CannedWater4Kids and Domino help Zambian community
Friday, March 31
· Asahi completes its $7.9bn brewing deal in Eastern Europe
· Quality draught beer switches to cans in Sacramento
Thursday, March 30
· Fourpure is UK’s Brewery Business of the Year 2017
· Organic low-calorie energy drinks launched across the US
Wednesday, March 29
· Researcher Campden BRI starts up programme in Korea
Tuesday, March 28
· Police investigate ‘human waste’ found in Coca-Cola cans
Thursday, March 23
· Can designs reflect the travels of a brewer’s founders
Thursday, March 16
· JBS to consolidate its international meat businesses
Wednesday, March 15
· Meat packer JBS to buy Plumrose USA
· Coca-Cola to expand its capacity in Malaysia
· Female marketing team targets women with Lime-A-Rita relaunch
Monday, March 13
· Nestlé and Coke wind up their Nestea joint venture
Friday, March 10
· Cambodia Brewery opens its second production plant at Phnom Penh
Tuesday, March 07
· Craft beer goes mainstream in the UK with Heineken
Friday, March 03
· Profits jump almost a third at Monster Energy
Thursday, March 02
· Sales up at Anheuser-Busch InBev but profits slump
· New fresh mountain look for Busch canned beer range
Wednesday, March 01
· FrieslandCampina to sell its Riedel fruit juice subsidiary
Monday, February 27
· US market to be Bonduelle’s biggest with fresh acquisition
· Cott becomes a “more high-margin cash generator”
· Soda tax in Philadelphia has hit sales, say retailers
Friday, February 24
· Huge drinks plant being built at Jeddah by PepsiCo
Thursday, February 23
· Cold brew coffee comes sparkling in a can
Friday, February 17
· Profits hit for Molson Coors Brewing
Thursday, February 16
· Profits more than triple at Kraft Heinz
· Strong performance for Dr Pepper Snapple as it completes Bai buy
Tuesday, February 14
· Heineken invests in its French brewing operations
Monday, February 13
· Heineken expands in Brazil with Kirin brewing acquisition
· Pinsa to start up new sardine cannery in Mexico next month
Thursday, February 09
· Latin America declines hit Coca-Cola sales in 2016
· Reckitt Benckiser bids for the infant formula market
Friday, February 03
· See-through vegetable can makes its debut with McCall
Thursday, February 02
· Redesign for Carling lager in the UK

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