Families across the United States have varying traditions when it comes to the food they serve for the holidays. However, pumpkin pie is, without a doubt, synonymous with Thanksgiving. In fact, around 50 million pumpkin pies are consumed each Thanksgiving.1
Canned pumpkin is an ideal, time-saving option to create this delicious dessert. Along with pumpkin pie, canned pumpkin can be used in numerous other recipes, such as pumpkin pie-stuffed waffles, creamy pumpkin spice bars, pumpkin cookies and more!
Brand owners and consumers alike value beverage cans for their hallmark characteristics, including their convenience and their ability to keep contents fresher for longer. The format also truly embodies sustainability. Unlike other materials, metal is a permanent material that is 100% recyclable and can be continuously reused with absolutely no degradation in performance or quality.
The annual celebration of Halloween has its roots in the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts. Over time, the tradition has evolved into a holiday where the young and the young-at-heart overindulge in candy and dress up in their favorite costumes.
What if a food can could alert us when a product is near expiration via our smart phones? Or inform us about product nutrition, ingredients, manufacturing processes and how and where to recycle the package once its contents are consumed? This kind of “intelligent packaging” is closer to becoming a reality than you might think.
Since 2012, Manufacturing Day has been an opportunity to celebrate modern manufacturing in the United States. Occurring on the first Friday in October each year, Manufacturing Day is meant to inspire the next generation of manufacturers across the country and underscore the economic and social impact that the industry makes.
International Coffee Day serves as an opportunity to celebrate sustainable coffee-growing practices and the organizations that support them. Crown continues to work with coffee roasters, such as La Colombe, to design innovative packaging solutions that extend the shelf life of coffee and bring new modes of retail-ready packaging to consumers.
Today, we’re more connected than ever before, and future generations will live in a world where digital interaction will influence even more aspects of our lives. New technology is changing the way society engages with everything around us, including packaging.
Organic and wellness products are growing in popularity across the global food and beverage industry and the United States in particular. As consumers become more health conscious, they’re reaching for natural foods that are free of artificial ingredients as well as protein composites like gluten, either for dietary reasons or to align with their changing beliefs as to what constitutes ‘healthy’ foods. In fact, the growth of the global organic food and beverage market is expected reach $211.44 billion by 2020.
Safety is more than a priority, it’s a core value at Crown and it is instilled into each of our processes, procedures and systems. We aim to foster a Total Safety Culture by giving employees the support and tools they need to make safer decisions, correct unsafe behaviors and reduce incidents, injuries and near-misses.