Processing > Beverages

PepsiCo to more than double production in India by 2020

14 November, 2013

PepsiCo has announced it will invest Rs. 33,000 crores (equivalent to US$5.5 billion) in India as part of plans to more than double production by 2020.


Kosme Barifill isobaric filler

13 November, 2013

The Kosme Barifill is an isobaric filler with electro-pneumatically controlled filling valve functions and modularised construction. Its minimised footprint makes it suitable for small and mid-tier breweries and beverage bottlers.


Putting the bite in the bubble in the soft drink

22 August, 2013

Carbon dioxide bubbles are not directly responsible for the bite of carbonation.


Aggression, withdrawal and attention problems for young soft drink consumers

20 August, 2013

Soft drink consumption is claimed to be associated with aggression, depression and suicidal thoughts in adolescents - now researchers are looking at its effects on younger children.


Juice line axed after Berri squeezed on labelling

19 July, 2013

Berri has pulled its Berri Truly product range after independent senator Nick Xenophon criticised it for misleading consumers about its country of origin.


Seital Vertical Disk Stack Centrifuges

08 March, 2013

Seital Vertical Disk Stack Centrifuges are suitable for applications in the food and beverage industry where either the efficiency of liquids separation and/or liquids clarification is needed.


V8s for Australians living in poverty

05 March, 2013

Campbell’s has donated 225,000 serves of vegetables to Australians in need to mark the official opening of its $14.6 million dollar PET line at its Shepparton facility.


What makes better drinks: wet-aseptic or dry sterilisation and irradiation

20 November, 2012

Hotfill or aseptic - that is the question facing companies when it comes to investing in filling technology for sensitive beverages.


Nestlé Health Science to manufacture medical nutrition products in Victoria

29 October, 2012

Nestlé has announced it will invest more than $17 million in a new facility at one of its factories to produce ready-to-drink medical supplements such as Resource, Isosource and Sustagen.


What will Coca-Cola add to Myanmar?

11 September, 2012

As part of Coca-Cola’s “long-term commitment to generating lasting positive impact by bringing its global brands to Myanmar, also known as Burma, as the country opens up to the world”, Coca-Cola has been delivered into Myanmar for the first time in more than 60 years.


Mouvex eccentric disc pumps

27 July, 2012

Eccentric disc pumps by Mouvex, supplied by Nu-Way Energy NZ, are self-priming, with clean-in-place capability and low shear for sensitive liquids.


MillerCoors launches punch top can

15 May, 2012

US company MillerCoors has released a new can for its Miller Lite brand. The punch top can has a second tab that can be opened to increase airflow and reduce glug. The company says the second tab gives a smoother pour and a more enjoyable drinking experience.


Coca-Cola opens its 42nd Chinese bottling plant

04 April, 2012

The Coca-Cola Company has continued its investment in China, opening Coca-Cola China’s 42nd bottling plant on 29 March.


Tate & Lyle launches dedicated website for beverage manufacturers

03 April, 2012

Tate & Lyle has launched a dedicated website for beverage manufacturers. The company says the website is intended to be a “one-stop shop for innovation” for beverage manufacturers.


Cool pasteurisation is hot news at Anuga Food Tec

30 March, 2012

The most significant addition to food and beverage processing technologies at Anuga Food Tec would have to be cold pasteurisation.


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