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How sustainable is your beverage package?

They called it the "Shot Heard Round the World" on April 19, 1775 when a ragtag militia fired on a British company of soldiers at the Concord North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts to start the Revolutionary War. Now, more than 200 years on, the residents of Concord have fired a second shot by becoming the first town in the US to ban single-serve plastic water bottles.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jan 2013
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Nestle Gold Blend innovation shows sustainable direction

The issue of sustainability continues to act as a major driving force across the consumer goods industry, but this is particularly true in packaging. While Nestle last month stated that various innovations over the past two decades had saved it between 40 and 70 million kilograms of materials, lightweighting measures can only go so far.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jan 2013
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PLA Innovation of the Week: a new plant-based milk substitute made from birdseed

If there was a competition for the milk substitute made from the most obscure ingredient, new Soria Natural Canary Grass Beverage (bebida de alpiste) would take the prize. Claimed to help lower blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels, this new drink is made from the seeds of canary grass. New in Spain, this product is the innovation of the week from Datamonitor's Product Launch Analytics.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Jan 2013
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New drinks review: flowers and chocolate give bottled water a new spin

This month's rundown of the latest launches from the drinks industry looks at flavor innovation in bottled water, with floral and chocolate blends aiming to draw in female consumers. In other news, a yellow-colored caffeinated drink is debuting in the Philippines, while innovative packaging is looking to make bean-to-cup coffee a more convenient option.

Published By Datamonitor
15 Jan 2013
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10 trends to watch in new consumer packaged goods in 2013

The Mayan calendar may be kaput, but packaged goods makers haven't let that slow them down for 2013. A bevy of emerging trends ranging from products that put "safety first" and novel ways to "show you care" about social and environmental issues to foods and drinks that deliver multi-dimensional "3D flavor" are covered in Datamonitor Consumer's 10 Trends to Watch in Consumer Packaged Goods in 2013.

Published By Datamonitor
21 Dec 2012
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Packaging Innovation of the Month: twist, grind, brew

Pack-Track's Packaging Innovation of the Month accolade for December goes to Douwe Egberts' Senseo Sarista, a range of vacuum-sealed bean funnel cartridges that lock into Phillips' Senseo Sarista coffee machines, allowing consumers to prepare freshly ground beans as an integral part of the coffee-making process.

Published By Datamonitor
18 Dec 2012
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Soft drinks, hard (health) benefits

Tired of the charge that their products are contributing to a public health crisis, soft drinks makers are beginning to make bold and aggressive health claims regarding a new generation of drinks that could turn the tide.

Published By Datamonitor
11 Dec 2012
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New drinks review: fruit cordial gets the glamor treatment

As this month's review of innovative launches from the drinks industry reveals, gold flakes continue to be a source of inspiration for consumer goods manufacturers, with the launch of a "glamorous" fruit cordial in France. Meanwhile, the scientific approach to whisky making is being emphasized with a new range released in "laboratory" bottles.

Published By Datamonitor
11 Dec 2012
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Fast-moving consumer goods are well-placed for health and beauty opportunities

A deal between Coca-Cola and Sanofi to develop a range of functional beauty beverages and pilot them in France is the latest example of a fast-moving consumer goods company making a strategic move into functional health. Efforts such as this may provide opportunities for industry players to grow beyond their traditional focus.

Published By Datamonitor
28 Nov 2012
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Packaging Innovation of the Month: juice gets new dual appeal

Pack-Track's Packaging Innovation of the Month accolade for November goes to Seoul Wooyoo Achim-e Juice 100% Duet from South Korea, which has recently been launched in a stylish twin-compartment PET bottle, with orange juice in one half and grape juice in the other.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Nov 2012

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