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BBII 04-03 10-13 Cervejaria petropolis doubles its capacity
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CERVEJARIA PETRÓPOLIS DOUBLES ITS CAPACITY The Success Story of Can Lid Labelling Until about half a year ago, Cervejaria Petrópolis had a rather quiet presence on the market. But since the brewery decided to implement the can lid labelling technology developed by Hueck-Folien and Krones AG, it has been the focal point of interest of the sector. Our staff visited the brewing plant in Boituva, in the vicinity of São Paulo, to find out how the innovation of “can lid labelling” was being received by consumers and how it shall be technically operated at the brewery.

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he history of the Petrópolis Brewery is interesting in and of itself. Founded approximately nine years ago by a politician from Rio de Janeiro, under whose direction it had a notable hectolitre production. Only after Walter Faria joined the company in 1998 did it gain dynamism. Walter Faria was the largest distributor of the

Wolfgang Burkart (re.), BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY IN ...

BBII 04-03 14-19 Attractive bestsellers
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ATTRACTIVE BESTSELLERS Perfect Labelling of PET Bottles The rising importance of PET bottles in the beverage industry has lead to changes in processing techniques. The labelling process also changed and required the formulation of new label material and labelling adhesives. To reach a perfect labelling result all factors influencing the labelling operation – bottle material, label, labelling machine, and adhesives – have to be adjusted optimally.

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s all goods have to sell themselves in modern shopping centres and supermarkets today, and, because the average customer only takes three seconds to assess a product, products are presented today more and more attractively, especially with the help of packaging. The most important trend in containers for the beverage industry is the increasing use of plastic bottles, especially of polyethylene terephthalate (PET).

Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) Polyester was developed in 1941 in the USA. It has bee ...

BBII 04-03 20-22 Oxidative processes
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OXIDATIVE PROCESSES Barrier Properties of PET Bottles for oxygen-sensitive Products An essential characteristic of the taste stability of foods is the time span in which a sensorily perceptible change in the aroma profile of the food in question takes place. Along with other factors, oxygen has a great influence on its significant properties. The chemical nature of plastics makes it possible for gases to permeate through the packaging material from the inside walls to the outside. The implementation of barrier plastics, coated in a vacuum and the use of oxygen scavengers are, at the present time, the three most important methods for improving the barrier properties, a topic which ist to be dealt with in the following text.

The hazards to oxygensensitive beverages Many foods are subject to oxidation because of their chemical composition. Often the amount of oxygen dissolved in the food or the oxygen present in the space above and within the packaging is sufficient to cause ...

BBII 04-03 24-27 Consumer show the way
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CONSUMER SHOW THE WAY Global Trends in the Packaging Market for Beverages Packaging in general, and especially beverage packaging, will continue to undergo radical changes. The company Berndt&Partner Packaging Consultants has done a great deal of research. Many of the over 1,000 surveys of experts were taken beyond the borders of Europe and up to Japan and North America. On the basis of this research and the many projects from the entire packaging sector – from mechanical engineering to packaging design – for which the company provides guidance every year, seven primary areas that influence packaging have been ascertained. Because packaging does not set trends, but rather reacts to them.

Seven factors that influence packaging 1. Consumers Today’s consumers want products that are precisely tailored to their individual needs. In order to see how far along this path brand-name article manufacturers have gone,

Thomas Reiner Qualified Engineer; Executive Part ...

BBII 04-03 28-30 Brau Beviale 2003
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BRAU BEVIALE 2003 44th European Trade Fair for the Beverage Industry BRAU Beviale, the 44th European Trade Fair for the whole beverage industry will take place from 12 to 14 November, 2003 in Nuremberg. From the best raw materials to modern marketing – everything is represented at BRAU Beviale which focuses on all innovations in beverage and process technology as well as beverage supply trade.

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n spite of economic turbulence, the mood among the industry is optimistic. This is also supported by the international attendance of 23 per cent (+3 %) at the BRAU

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Beviale at Nuremberg (Germany). This annual industry get-together with trends, new products and information gives decision-makers from the brewing industry and the manufacturers of soft drinks the opportunity to obtain a sound survey. From raw materials, technologies and logistics to marketing strategies – you will find the full range of products and ...

BBII 04-03 31-33 The US beer market
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THE US BEER MARKET Consumers are migrating toward Imports In 2002 the US beer market grew by 1.4 per cent according to the Beer Institute in Washington, D.C. The industry is currently $ 60 billion worth, but characterized by flat consumption trends. Last year Anheuser-Busch Co., Miller Brewing Co. and Adolph Coors Co., the three largest brewers, accounted for almost 75 per cent of beer sales.

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aintaining its stronghold on the beer market, AnheuserBusch led the market in production at 50.4 per cent market share, while Miller Brewing Co. and Adolph Coors Co. registered 19.2 per cent and 11.2 per cent market share, respectively.

Anheuser-Busch Co. Domestically Anheuser-Busch sold more than 100 million barrels of beer. Net sales increased by 5.1 per cent during this year and its revenue grew by 3.5 per

During 2002, the Treasury department suggested flavored alcoholic beverages that use more spirits than malt as their base should be regulat ...

BBII 04-03 34-35 Under the sign of the giants
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UNDER THE SIGN OF THE GIANTS Who Rules the international Beer Market The beer market of today is characterized by acquisitions and growth by buying up smaller firms. The top five of the world’s beer giants have been able to amass more than 576 mill. hl of the total beer output for themselves. Nevertheless, who really controls the international beer market in Europe and across the world In the future, the mega-brewers, who long ago surpassed the 100 mill. hl mark, will be just that. Surprises may be expected from China at the most. It is there that the beer market is at the outset of a breakneck development.

Europe Only a handful of top brewery groups determine what is happening in Old Europe and have been claiming over 50 per cent of their market share for some time. Belonging to them are Interbrew, Heineken, S & N, Carlsberg and Guiness. They are active in a market where beer sales in Western Europe have reached 310 mill. hl meanwhile. A good third of this falls to Ger ...

BBII 04-03 36-37 Cultural shock
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CULTURAL SHOCK Beer cocktails in Russia* Production of beer, which up to now has been the fastest growing sector of the Russian food industry, will slow down in the next years. Consequently, producers are trying to increase the sales volume by enlarging their product range, for instance with beer cocktails. But is there a market for beer cocktails in Russia

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ccording to estimates by the United Financial Group, Russia’s leading independent investment bank, by 2009 the production of beer, which up to now has been the fastest growing sector of the Russian food industry, will more and more slow down. In the major industrial areas the beer market is nearly saturated, and the situation in this sector is extremely competitive. In 2003 the growth rate of beer production is expected to decrease to 12 per cent from 18 per cent the year before. By 2007 the development of this market segment will have reached its peak. But already now the beer brewing giants see thems ...

BBII 04-03 38-39 Glass colour standards
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GLASS COLOUR STANDARDS Colour Control of Flavoured Alcoholic Beverages Flavoured alcoholic beverages (FABs) are relatively new products in the drinks market that present a challenge for colour control. Coors Brewers is taking advantage of a unique service, which enables a quick visual comparison between a drink sample and glass colour standards that represent the extremes of colour acceptability.

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olour control from batch to batch to ensure uniformity of colour in production is an important quality characteristic for beverages. The eye can easily detect differences in colour and, if two bottles of the same drink sitting side by side on a shelf have a noticeable colour difference, then the consumer may judge the product to be of poor quality because of the colour inconsistency.

Colour grading techniques Colour grading techniques are widely used to assess product colour by comparison with a representative series of fixed colour standards. For many t ...

BBII 04-03 3 Its Brau beviale time
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

Schloß Mindelburg Verlagsgruppe Sachon

IT’S BRAU BEVIALE TIME Two beer events make many visitors go on a pilgrimage to Germany every year: the Oktoberfest in Munich and the BRAU Beviale Fair in Nuremberg. On the first week-end in October, the Oktoberfest ended – as it was expected – with a new record: 6.3 million visitors enjoyed together a total 6.1 litres beer (the so-called “Maß”). Of course, it is especially the breweries in Munich or rather their present owners from among the “beer giants” that are happy about the sales record. Two days before the beginning of the Oktoberfest, Interbrew and Spaten-Franziskaner-Bräu KgaA set the seal on their deal. This means that Heineken and Interbrew – with the exception of the state-run Hofbräuhaus and the Augustiner brewery – control the beer production in Munich. This is only one current example for the clear trend towards global expansion among the la ...

BBII 04-03 40-41 CO2 measurement
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CO2 MEASUREMENT Product Quality at “Munich Hofbraeuhaus“ The famous brewery “Staatliches Hofbraeuhaus” in Munich – well known and rich in tradition – has not only given its beer brands a successful “facelifting”. To increase the quality of its products the brewery also relies on modern technologies such as central production control and in-line measurement of CO2 .

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few weeks ago a new brew house control was put into operation. In addition, as of November the brewery plans to monitor and control the fermentation and the storage cellar as well as the filters and the pressure tanks by means of a central control system. An important component of these measures taken to assure the product quality is the DIGOX 5 CO2 analyser for the in-line measurement of CO2 manufactured by Dr. Thiedig + Co., Berlin.

The reputation of the different types of beer produced by the “Munich Hofbraeuhaus” is excellent all over the world. Hardly any Ameri ...

BBII 04-03 42-43 The winner of the oxoid award 2003
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THE WINNER OF THE OXOID AWARD 2003 Interview with Alison Aitchison Alison Aitchison of Scottish Courage Brewing won the first prize in the 2003 Oxoid Award for Beer Quality and Brewery Hygiene for her work in the design and implementation of a novel hygiene training package for all brewing production and associated personnel. In commission of BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL Ute Ballay obtained an Interview with Alison Aitchison about her work. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL (BBII): Why did you enter the brewing industry Alison Aitchison: I have always been interested in Brewing; as a microbiologist and as a consumer. So when I got the opportunity to work for Scottish Courage Brewing I was delighted. BBII: When did you start your work on brewery hygiene Aitchison: The starting point was a decision to reinforce our commitment as a company

to good brewery hygiene as a means of producing a high quality wholesome product. By standardising the way we ca ...

BBII 04-03 44-45 Allied industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES SYMRISE: TASTE OF FRUITS AND HERBS At this year’s BRAU Beviale, Symrise will be showing its combined strength in drink expertise under the motto „TASTE“ (hall 1, booth 325). Symrise was formed in February 2003 from the merger of the two international fragrance and flavor houses Dragoco and Haarmann & Reimer. Citrus, red, yellow and tropical fruit and herbs – these five taste categories will form the centerpiece of Symrise’s presence at the BRAU Beviale tradeshow. In addition, a standalone, holistic brand-

ing concept for high-quality citrus flavors in a wide range of applications – „Citrus Tools for TasteTM“ – will be showcased. For further information: Symrise Gmbh & Co.KG ww.symrise.com

ELOPAK’S LINEAR ASEPTIC FILLER The Elofill® linear aseptic 6 000 filler is an exceptionally high performance „log 6 reduction“ machine designed for cold aseptic filling of PET and HDPE bottles. It is created to fill non-carbonated, s ...

BBII 04-03 46 International events
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INTERNATIONAL EVENTS TOTAL PROCESSING & PACKAGING 2004

& containers, machinery & equipment, design, production, and processing.

CHINA BREW & BEVERAGE

In the fast changing manufacturing and purchasing environment Total Processing & Packaging 2004 (Birmingham NEC, 29th March to 1st April 2004) will combine the traditional strengths of the leading UK exhibitions – Pakex, the PPMA Machinery Only show and Reed Exhibitions processing shows Eurochem and Interphex – while placing an increasing emphasis on all elements of the packaging and processing value chain.

Further information: www.reedexpo.co.uk

Asia’s flagship event for the brewing and beverage industries, the 6th International Brew & Beverage Processing Technology and Equipment Exhibition for China, or China Brew & Beverage 2004 for short, will make another presentation on September 6 – 10, 2004 at the China International Exhibition Centre, Beijing. Stepping into the ...

BBII 04-03 6-7 World news
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WORLD NEWS U.K.

Conditions of world trade improving The Diageo Pic of London sees the first signs of an improvement of the conditions of world trade in North America, Great Britain, and Spain. Nevertheless, it is still difficult to make predictions, daid CEO Paul Walsh on the 4th of September in presenting the figures for the two years 2002 and 2003. The brandname Seagram is now completely integrated in the company and contributes significantly to the development of the business. The acquisition of Seagram have improved the business relations with South Korea and the USA.

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Interbrew reveals its China strategy Interbrew just announced this September that they had entered into a partnershaft’s agreement with the Lion Group, a diversified Malaysian group, to become their strategic partner in the beer business in China. Lion Diversified Holding Berhad (LDHB), which is listed on the Luala Lumpur Stock Exchange (KLSE), turned out 11 mill. hl of ...

BBII 04-03 Elixiers and frappuccinos replacing coca-colonisation
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

ELIXIRS AND FRAPPUCCINOS REPLACING “COCA-COLONISATION”

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new report by independent market analyst Datamonitor (DTM.L), London finds that cola’s world domination could be coming to an end. Carbonated soft drinks markets are starting to look saturated. Instead, the spotlight is on elixirs (soft drinks with nutritional benefits) and iced tea and coffee. Trade protesters call it “Cocacolonisation”. The leading colas – Coke and Pepsi – are shining symbols of western capitalism. The branding has paid off for the drinks giants. Around the world, over 70 billion litres of cola were bought at retail in 2002 – that is 210 billion cans, or more than 33 cans for each person in the world per year. Total 2002 cola revenues reached almost Euro 50 billion. In 2003, the figure is expected to be almost 72 billion – worth Euro 52 billion. Soft drinks companies are now relying on new niches to keep their shareholders happy. As ...
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