Consumer demand for fish is growing at a faster rate than the global population, with per capita consumption increasing about 1% annually. In fact, salmon in particular is finally seeing its day in the spotlight, becoming the fish of choice for many Americans— ahead of tuna and other options.
Crown Beverage Packaging North America exhibited at this year’s Craft Brewers Conference – the industry’s largest gathering of professionals –in Washington, D.C. It was another great show! Our primary goal was to ‘let the cans do the talking’ by showcasing the many inherent benefits that beverage cans offer.
When the first aerosol can was launched early in the 20th century, no one could have predicted the impact it would have on modern consumers. Today, the format has become a key part of our everyday lives. Whether it is the personal hygiene products we use in the morning, or the insect repellents we use during the warm summer months, consumers and brands alike have embraced the numerous ways that aerosol products have made their lives better.
Crown has lived by the three pillars of sustainability – economic, environmental, and social –since its inception in 1892. In celebration of Earth Awareness Month, here are three facts about Crown and metal cans that exemplify that commitment that you might not know:
Metal cans are increasingly popular vessels for craft beer, so much so that nearly 500 craft beer brewers nationwide use aluminum cans to package more than 1,700 different beers.1 And there is still more growth to come.
If you’re a craft brewer thinking about making the shift to metal packaging, here are some facts about the value of the format as well as some important points to consider during the transition.
The global organic food and beverage market has been growing at an astounding rate and is projected to be valued at $211.44 billion by 2020. As part of the movement towards greater health and wellness, consumers are redefining the meaning of “healthy” and increasingly opting for more natural and organic foods as well as gluten- and allergen-free options.
From the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Greece, Persia and Rome to the courts of Kings and Queens across the ages, perfume has been omnipresent. Throughout its long history, it has been used to communicate with the gods, served as a symbol of status and wealth and played a key role in the art of romance.