Tag: drinks

The Nexba impact

For the past 12 years, Aussie made and owned sugar free drinks brand Nexba has been making all natural, sugar free and Aussie made drinks and celebrates a milestone having now removed...

Consumers more attuned to health than ever

Shoppers are demanding healthier, yet more convenient, choices – not just for themselves, but their young ones too. According to FroPro General Manager Matthew Beger, parents are far more educated now on what...

Asahi Beverages soft drinks bottles to switch to 100% recycled plastic

Around 111 million soft drink bottles will now be made with 100% recycled plastic in Australia each year as Asahi Beverages continues its transition to eco-friendly materials. The change will apply to all...

Frucor Suntory selects Queensland for new facility

International beverage manufacturer Frucor Suntory is set to develop a new $400+ million facility Swanbank, Queensland with support from the Palaszczuk Government. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says Frucor Suntory’s plans for a major beverage...

Asahi Beverages releases ESG update

Asahi Beverages has released a report update about its recent environment, sustainability and governance achievements and commitments for the future. The 2022 ‘Be Report’ is Asahi Beverages’ Environmental, Social and Governance framework, which...

New PET recycling plant to be built in Melbourne’s west

A joint venture between Pact Group, Cleanaway, Asahi Beverages and Coca-Cola Europacific Partners (CCEP) has been formed to build and operate a new PET plastic recycling facility in Altona North, Melbourne, which...

The pop-up drive-through cafe of the future

Opportunities for trend-attuned businesses in the cafe industry, like the sources of quality coffee beans, are endless, according to Barista Technology. Understanding what a future market looks like can be tricky, with most...

Drinks industry adapts and carries on

The non-alcoholic drinks industry’s second year dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic again showed the leadership it had demonstrated in 2020, says Australian Beverages Council Head of Corporate Affairs Cathy Cook. “What the Australian...
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