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Fonterra to construct two milk powder driers in South Canterbury New Zealand-based dairy co-operative Fonterra is planning to construct two new high-efficiency milk powder driers at its Studholme site in South Canterbury. Technology > Process Technology > News
Drizly announces exclusive partnership with Big Red Liquors By DBR Staff Writer
Drizly, the technology company powering fast, convenient beer, wine and liquor delivery across the United States, and Big Red Liquors, the largest Indianapolis-area package liquor retailer, today have announced a strategic partnership to bring responsible alcohol delivery to consumers in the Indianapolis area.
News LABEL 5 expands range with new expression By DBR Staff Writer
LABEL 5 expands its range with a new expression: LABEL 5 Gold Heritage. This new offer will be unveiled at TFWA Cannes next October.
News Guinness adds new amber ale to product portfolio By DBR Staff Writer
Guinness, a brand owned by British alcoholic beverage producer Diageo, has introduced new Guinness The 1759 to its existing product range.
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Michter's Distillery expands production capacity with new equipment By DBR Staff Writer
US-based Michter's Distillery has expanded its production capacity, with the installation of a new high column still and a copper pot still doubler at its facility in Louisville, Kentucky.
News Fonterra to construct two milk powder driers in South Canterbury By DBR Staff Writer
New Zealand-based dairy co-operative Fonterra is planning to construct two new high-efficiency milk powder driers at its Studholme site in South Canterbury.
News Asda recalls bottles of Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry 75cl over bottles shattering risk By DBR Staff Writer
Asda has recalled five lot codes of Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry 75cl because of the risk of the pressurised bottles shattering. The product is sold only to Asda in the UK.
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Guinness adds new amber ale to product portfolio
By DBR Staff Writer
Guinness, a brand owned by British alcoholic beverage producer Diageo, has introduced new Guinness The 1759 to its existing product range.
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Michter's Distillery expands production capacity with new equipment
By DBR Staff Writer
US-based Michter's Distillery has expanded its production capacity, with the installation of a new high column still and a copper pot still doubler at its facility in Louisville, Kentucky.
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Non-alcoholic

EQ Labs announces distribution agreement for Last Shot beverages
By DBR Staff Writer
EQ Labs announced today that it has entered into a distribution agreements with Liquid Health to distribute Last Shot in the United States.
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Planet Smoothie to open new stores in Central Florida
By DBR Staff Writer
American chain of smoothie stores Planet Smoothie has announced plans to open eight new stores in Central Florida over the next three years.
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Technology

Fonterra to construct two milk powder driers in South Canterbury
By DBR Staff Writer
New Zealand-based dairy co-operative Fonterra is planning to construct two new high-efficiency milk powder driers at its Studholme site in South Canterbury.
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Frischli installs SIG Combibloc's filling solutions
By DBR Staff Writer
Germany-based dairy company frischli has invested in filling technology from SIG Combibloc, in a move to launch its products in aseptic carton packs.
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Markets & Regulations

Asda recalls bottles of Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry 75cl over bottles shattering risk
By DBR Staff Writer
Asda has recalled five lot codes of Prosecco Spumante Extra Dry 75cl because of the risk of the pressurised bottles shattering. The product is sold only to Asda in the UK.
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France proposes jail term for people inciting excessive drinking
By DBR Staff Writer
France has proposed a new legislation to punish people who encourage excessive drinking with a fine and a jail term.
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