South Korea’s Omiberry To Bring ‘5-flavor Berry’ Rtd Tea To Us Market


Hyojongwon Corp. of South Korea has expanded its reach to the US where it will launch Omiberry RTD cold brew tea, made from the Schisandra Chinensis berry, l...

 

Booming Plant-based Drinks Market Set For More Innovation


The explosive growth of the dairy alternative drinks market is driven by increased demand from consumers who do not want to fully commit to a plant-based die...

 

Euromonitor: Everyday Wellness Positions Sparkling Water As Guilt-free


The list of beverages consumers drink on a daily basis is becoming more restricted, but sparkling water has maintained a prime spot and is perceived as an ev...

 

Brewers Association Sees Engagement For American Craft Beer Week


To appeal to a more engaged and educated craft beer audience, the Brewers Association has launched its #beeritforward social initiative and a partnership wit...

 

‘packthefuture’ Sustainable Plastic Packaging Awards


Germany and France have been recognized for their sustainable products at the ?PackTheFuture? Sustainable Plastic Packaging Awards at Interpack.

 

Treofanphthalate-free Packaging And Mineral Oil Barriers


Treofan has started to offer its customers phthalate-free packaging films on request using phthalate-free base polymers in the extrusion process.

 
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Energy Drink ‘risk’ Revealed For Teenagers With Genetic Heart Disease


Caffeinated energy drinks can trigger serious cardiac events in young people with a genetic heart disease, Australian researchers claim.

 

Paper Packaging Mondi Interpack


Mondi has expanded its packaging portfolio based on current trends, differentiating its products at the point of sale.

 

Craft Spirit Growth Outpaces Craft Beer With Premium Whiskey Leading


Craft spirit growth is outpacing that of craft beer in the US, registering a CAGR of 13% and 6% respectively, with premiumization and on-premise alcohol sale...

 

Efsa: Sucralose Is Safe And Does Not Cause Cancer


Scientific evaluations of sucralose, conducted by The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), find no link between the sweetener and cancer.

 
 
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