Sustainability

Proud Pour aims to save the environment one wine bottle at a time, with plans to move into beer

Proud Pour wants to expand its mission-base business to include more types of beverages, the founder said.

Proud Pour was founded with the goal of engaging the public around an environmental mission: and chose wine as the vehicle to deliver its message. Having received positive feedback from consumers, the company is now preparing to launch a beer.

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FDF & INCPEN publish guidelines for sustainable packaging & supply chain. Pic: FDF

FDF offers manufacturers guidelines on how to optimize their packaging systems

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Tetra Pak aims to cap its emissions at 2010 levels by 2020 and install solar panels onsite at its facilities, says Tetra Pak. ©iStock/Nexxtus

Tetra Pak sets sustainability targets, but says concept still has to ‘catch on’ with some consumers

Coca-Cola to trial deposit return scheme in Scotland. Picture: Coca-Cola.

Coca-Cola may trial deposit return scheme in Scotland

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Acacia Gum has received bad press in the past, but producers are determined to show its multifaceted side ©iStock

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Elopak celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. Picture: Elopak.

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Ardagh Group to convert cans from steel to aluminium. Picture: Ardagh.

Ardagh Group to convert beverage cans from steel to aluminium

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