The 66,000-square-foot facility will be equipped with the industry’s most advanced HPP system, the Avure AV 60, already field-proven to deliver the highest HPP output available.
The new system helps to improve the quality of beverages, increase efficiency and performance of water-using equipment, and can help to improve the total cost of ownership for beverage systems, brewers and ice machines.
The company also announced its plan to open a state-of-the-art co-packing facility within the same location that will specialize in cold press and blended juice manufacturing to create a true one-stop-shop experience for food and beverage manufacturers.
Displaying coconut ingredients, the prototypes include an Organic Coconut Water 100 percent juice beverage, two Coconut Milk beverages, a light Culinary Coconut Milk, an Apple-Coconut Water blend, and an Orange-Coconut Water blend.
The transaction is subject to approvals from each company's shareholders and regulatory approvals. It is expected that the necessary clearances will be obtained in the first half of 2016. Following closing of the transaction, Ball will remain a New York Stock Exchange listed company domiciled in the U.S.
The new site, located in Schaumburg, IL, will serve the food and beverage industry located in the greater Chicago area.
The facility consists of separate manufacturing and warehouse/distribution buildings, which is located within 1 mile of 1-5 in Burlington.
At Natural Products Expo West, RIBUS’s Nu-FLOW was nominated as the Engredea Editors’ Choice Award for Best Organic Ingredient of the show.
The integration is expected to generate annual cost synergies of at least $20 million, primarily from efficiencies in the areas of manufacturing, procurement, logistics and general and administrative functions.
The straws, manufactured by BioGaia’s subsidiary, CapAble, will have 1 billion CFU of GanedenBC30 and can be seamlessly applied to Tetra Pak and other shelf stable beverage containers.
Wagner comes to BI with a Ph.D. from the Department of Food Science at Cornell University. His research focused on the application of supercritical carbon dioxide in food systems including extraction, encapsulation, enzyme inactivation and extrusion.
The tall 20oz custom container delivers a highly attractive and eye-catching look which stands out on the shelf, creating a new category in the highly competitive energy beverage space.
MB-Lok mini is being applied to two liter (2L) beer cans developed by German can manufacturer, Kleemann.
Whiting comes to Avery Dennison from Georgia-Pacific Chemicals where she served as Director of Marketing, Commercial Development & Sustainability since 2008.