The Rise Of Sustainable Beverage Packaging In Southeast Asia: Will The Momentum Continue?

As the COVID-19 pandemic shows no signs of abating, the sustainability momentum may be slowed in the short term, as cost-consciousness takes on more urgent priority among stakeholders such as beverage manufacturers and consumers. By Jarred Neubronner, Senior Analyst at Euromonitor International. The sustainable beverage packaging trend accelerated in Southeast…

KHS Optimises Shrink Film Process For French Premium Water Brand, Badoit

First-class natural mineral water and an exclusive bottle design are the trademarks of the Badoit spring. From the bottled water to the packaging, the premium brand makes the highest demands of the quality of its products. KHS has supported the company, part of Danone, since 1986. With its new Innopack…

Package Printing Gets Personal

Beverage package designs aim to move, motivate and resonate with consumers on deeper levels. By Tom Egan, Vice President, Industry Services, PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies.   Thirst may be the first reason a consumer reaches for a beverage, but it’s the packaging that may seal the…

Greenfields Partners With Serac On Spoonable And Ready-To-Drink Yoghurts

This creates a brand-new factory for fresh innovative products, says Serac.   Greenfields is a loved brand throughout Southeast Asia and a leading milk supplier in Indonesia, whose success relies on high quality milk given by happy and well-fed cows in its own dairy farms. This ensures quality control from…

Little Room For Mistakes: Beverage Testing To Ensure Your Drink Is Safe

There is a significant demand for powerful and rapid analytical methods that can detect very low concentrations of contaminations in beverages. By Jason Neo, director, marketing and field applications, SCIEX. The beverage industry accounts for 11 percent of the joint food and beverage industry, valued at US$365 billion. With such…

Adapting To Local Cultures In Beverage Packaging

To stand out in an increasingly saturated market, manufacturers are now introducing new products that appeal to consumers and changing the way they look at ready-to-drink teas, soft drinks, beer and juices. By Farah Nazurah
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