Ball, North America’s largest aluminum can maker, estimates that shortages for the package in the US this year will top 10 billion cans, according to a Credit Suisse synopsis of the company’s Oct. 6 investor meeting. More details of what's at stake ...
Plus, Brewer Signs Deal to Distribute Coca-Cola Topo Chico Hard Seltzer
September 24, 2020
Late last year, Molson Coors replaced “Brewery” with “Beverage” in the company’s name as it looked to expand beyond alcohol “to other growth adjacencies.” Eleven months later, the company has taken the first product-related steps...Includes an infographic illustrating Molson Coors’ emerging non-alcoholic beverage activity. (PLUS: Story updated 10/1/20 with developments since original publication.)
Molson Coors Beverage Company announced its first slate of non-alcoholic beverage launches since changing its name late last year to replace “Brewing.” Get this news, plus a fast-paced collection of news from around the industry, both in the US and abroad.
Bottlers Feel Aluminum Can Shortage. New Capacity Planned for 2021
July 29, 2020
Discussions with numerous US Coke, Pepsi and independent bottling executives have confirmed an increasing concern about the availability of 12-oz and 7.5-oz (mini) aluminum cans. “Our biggest problem right now is ...