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Materials & containers
Havana brews enticing shape, graphics
The allure of Havana’s sophisticated nightlife emerges through the image of an exotic woman to become the icon that dominates the full-body shrink label adorning Havana, an iced coffee from North American Beverage Co., Ocean City, NJ.
Sep 30th, 2001
Coding, printing & labeling
Whiskey decanter hits Europe
Brown-Forman Beverages Worldwide, Louisville, KY, used a fluted, flint bottle decorated with a white-and-gold applied ceramic label and a gold-plated medal to introduce the third, in its series of seven, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey decanters. This third special decanter commemorates the gold medal that Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey won at the World Exposition in Ghent, Belgium, in 1913. It was introduced to the European market in November 2000.
Dec 31st, 2000
Anheuser-Busch invests in new glass plant
When a company needs glass bottles, and the bottle-making plants aren't near the demand, sometimes the company has to put its money where its needs are.
Nov 30th, 1999
Luxurious look for premium products
A new line of Log Cabin syrups and pancake mixes fills a gap in the marketplace between mainstream brands and high-priced specialty brands, says Ed Yuhas, director of con-sumer marketing for Aurora Foods, Columbus, OH.
Jun 30th, 1999
Maximizing its Orbitz
Orbitz, the new beverage that employs patent-pending 'suspension technology' to keep 'vegetable-based gel spheres' floating within it, hardly needs a fancy package to get attention.
Jul 31st, 1996