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Hindu body to file complaint against Australian brewer over offensive packaging By DBR Staff Writer
Hindu community is planning to approach Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB), an Australian organization that investigates breaches of advertising standards, to file a complaint against Australian brewer Brookvale Union for using images of Hindu deities Ganesh and Lakshmi on its beer bottle.
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Anheuser-Busch to cease bottling operations at Newark brewery in US By DBR Staff Writer
Belgian brewing major Anheuser-Busch is planning to cease operations at its bottling line in Newark, New Jersey, the US.
Technology > Packaging > News Limitless Venture signs bottling agreement with Temperance Distilling By DBR Staff Writer
Limitless Venture Group has formally signed the SLAM bottling agreement with Temperance Distilling, through its wholly owned subsidiary Limitless Brands, which supersedes any and all previous agreements.
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Tin Man Brewing launches beer in Rexam cans
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based micro brewery Tin Man Brewing has launched four of its core beers in cans supplied by beverage can manufacturer Rexam.
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G3 Enterprises expands cork room to meet growing demand for Diam closures
By DBR Staff Writer
To meet growing demand from the nation's winemakers and winery owners, G3 Enterprises has just completed a series of upgrades to its cork room to boost its capacity to produce high-quality Diam closures.
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Rexam acquires beverage can plant Envases Del Istmo in Panama
By DBR Staff Writer
British beverage can maker Rexam, along with Envases Universales de Mexico (EUM), has acquired Envases Del Istmo (Endelis), a single line beverage can plant in Colón, Panama.
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Valio to sell skimmed milk in Tetra Rex Bio-based packages
By DBR Staff Writer
Finland-based dairy producer Valio is now selling its products in Tetra Pak’s carton packaging made entirely from plant-based materials.
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White Coffee launches organic coffees in a compostable BioCup
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White Coffee Corporation in the US has expanded its product range with the introduction of single serve organic coffees in a compostable BioCup.
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Constellation Brands acquires Anheuser-Busch InBev’s Nava brewery operations
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Constellation Brands has completed the previously announced acquisition of glass plant and associated warehouse in Nava, Mexico from Belgian brewing major Anheuser-Busch InBev for $300m.
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Saint Louis Brewery to procure glass bottles from Ardagh for beer packaging
By DBR Staff Writer
The Saint Louis Brewery in the US will procure glass bottles for its Schlafly Beer from rigid packaging firm Ardagh Group.
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Carlsberg launches Tuborg Pilsner beer in Rexam cans
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Danish brewer Carlsberg has partnered with British beverage can maker Rexam to launch limited edition Christmas cans of Tuborg Pilsner beer.
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Bud Light lager to be available in new packaging
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Bud Light, a lager brand owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev, will be available in a new bottle designed to find out just how "Up for Whatever" its fans really are.
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Barnard Griffin Winery launches new look, new label, new packaging
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US-based Barnard Griffin Winery has launched label and packaging design that had featured tulips.
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