Two classes of scotch with a black background.
Saturday, July 27, 2019

Uisge Beatha – Gaelic for water of life – preceded the common modern term “whisky,” and on National Scotch Day (July 27), we celebrate the spirit’s enduring popularity. According to the Scotch Whisky Association, the drink’s first appearance was in the Exchequer Rolls lists of 1494. It was documented that Friar John Cor received ‘Eight bolls of malt wherewith to make aqua vitae’ – enough to produce 1,500 bottles of modern-day Scotch!

Image of Crown intern standing next to a machine
Thursday, July 25, 2019

From peelable food can ends to temperature-sensitive beverage can inks, the packaging designs and technologies that disrupt the market and build brand differentiation for our customers come straight from the minds of our employees. As such, we place tremendous importance on fresh ideas and student engagement, as we know today’s young workforce will shape the advancements of tomorrow. 

Three young winners of the Wordskills event showing their medals
Thursday, July 25, 2019

Like many manufacturing companies, Crown and our equipment and tooling division CMB Engineering (CMB), are passionate about investing in young talent to build the skilled workforce of tomorrow. We actively encourage development through spirited and friendly competition, and to that end, the latest wave of young engineers at CMB have excelled once more at the U.K. Skills competition – earning a place on the U.K.

Woman in the kitchen cooking
Wednesday, July 3, 2019

Astonishingly, there are approximately 40,000 varieties of bean in the world, and they are as important a source of protein, fiber, vitamins, and minerals today as they have been for centuries. The common bean – or Phaseolus Vulgaris L. to give it its Latin name – is widely recognized to have originated from two separate ecogeographical areas, namely Mesoamerica and the Andes, and has since spread globally to become a day-to-day foodstuff that is truly worth celebrating.

Image of a beer can pouring beer into a glass
Thursday, June 13, 2019

Aside from tried-and-true water, beer is one of the oldest beverages in the history of humankind. The development of cereals for foodstuffs is the most likely source of its origins. The wild yeasts present in the air would start the fermentation process when the cereals themselves became wet, making pioneer craft brewers among those that were living around 12,000 years ago. It was doubtless a happy by-product of what was likely a basic diet, and a product that has been enjoyed ever since by each generation that has followed.

Picture of a peach pie with black text around it that says, Great Taste Natural Goodness
Monday, June 10, 2019

In the last two years, the Love Canned Food (LCF) initiative launched by Crown Food Europe and Princes Group has continued to expand its reach to promote the benefits of canned food to consumers.

Square-shaped decorative food can with heart shapes on the sides.
Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Biscuits. If there is a food item more synonymous with a treat, then we don’t know what it is. They are versatile, delicious and come in such a wide variety of shapes and sizes that there is literally something for everybody. A treat and inclusive – no wonder they have been given their very own National Day, which will be celebrated on May 29.

Nine pictures of mont blanc food cans
Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Single person? Enter single-serve. These smaller size types of products are increasingly trendy, and they are certainly on the rise considering that single unit households make up nearly a third of all households in the EU28, according to 2017 figures. Time is of the essence in consumers’ busy lives and brands must be savvy to their needs in order to gain maximum traction with their products housed in metal packaging. Easy to grab and consume on the move, they allow for delicious meals to be put together without the problem of excess waste creeping into the equation. 

Picture of mobile breast cancer screening facility in a parking lot
Thursday, May 16, 2019

About one in eight U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime. For the women affected and their loved ones, early detection is key. 

A woman sitting at a table testing different perfumes,.
Thursday, March 21, 2019

On March 21, we are celebrating International Fragrance Day, a full 24 hours dedicated to the billions of olfactory experiences that are possible in our day-to-day environment. Not all are perfume-related of course, and each one of us has a fragrance or scent that transports us to a place in time – the smell of paint freshly applied to a garden fence, for example, or the heady aroma of just-mown grass.

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