The Estonian Brewers' Association is concerned that a requirement
to buy back empty beer cans for recycling could get out of hand
once the country joins the EU in May. Trans-border purchases of
beer, already very high, will increase...
The last few years have seen a quickening in the pace of new
product launches by the world's top two soft drinks companies, with
new flavour or formula variants of the traditional Coca-Cola and
Pepsi brands leading the way.
A new report entitled Consumption trends for dairy and livestock
products and the use of feeds in production in the CEE Accession
and Candidate Countries suggests that food manufacturers
operating in the 10 EU accession countries...
As 10 countries prepare themselves for accession to the European
Union in April, a new report reveals food manufacturers entering,
and already present in, these countries might want to start pushing
high value dairy products.
Last year was a tough one for French closures and barrels group
known as Sabaté Diosos. But the company ended the year with results
in line with expectations as restructuring efforts at both the
Adolescents who consume soft drinks are being deprived of nutrients
that are essential for growth and development. A new study has
revealed that milk drinks, even those with added sugars' are
healthier for growing children.
Azucarera Ebro, the Spanish food group, and its compatriot
Intermalta, a malt producer, have created a new company called
Maltacarrion which will specialise in the production of malt for
the brewing industry.
Scottish company IceRobotics is a step closer to bringing its
robotic milking technology to market following a second round of
investment from the National Endowment for Science, Technology
& the Arts (NESTA). The company is...
ExxonMobil Chemical Films Europe has developed two new metallyte
films that provide an ultra-high-barrier alternative to aluminium.
According to the company, a major advantage of these films,
compared to metallised polyester or aluminium...