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Plant-based drinks are currently one of the most promising beverage categories – certainly in the European and North American markets. Whereas for many years now it has been hard to imagine supermarket shelves in Asian countries without milk alternatives based on oats, almonds, soya and similar plant sources, North...
Ozone is known as one of the strongest oxidising agents available. Producers of packaged water also like to take advantage of its effect and operating principle because ozone dissolved in water reliably removes bacteria and viruses and then swiftly decomposes without leaving any residues. That is precisely the reason...
For most breweries, brewer’s grains are just what’s left over after brewing and often merely used as animal feed. In some cases, breweries even have to pay for their disposal. However, much more is hidden in the residual materials from the brewing process, providing options for sustainability and extra...
For millions of people all over the world, packaged drinking water is an essential part of their daily life, especially if they live in a region where they cannot depend on a reliable supply of potable tap water. Personal, health-related reasons or sensory preferences may also cause consumers to...
Returnable PET containers currently play a small role in the beverage packaging market. The results of a joint research project of Krones and Alpla prove this wrong. In the project’s first phase, the material and process parameters underwent a comprehensive scientific evaluation. Based on these findings, Krones and Alpla...
Krones UK has partnered with the world’s most historic international beer and cider competition, for the 2021 International Brewing and Cider Awards. The manufacturer of brewery process equipment and process control systems has stepped in to sponsor the world’s most historic international brewing and cider awards, which has earned the...