Producers, retailers, suppliers and logistic firms alike received worthy recognition for their exemplary ecological initiatives at this year’s annual Drinks Business Green Awards.
If you are anything like the db team, it won’t take long to amass a collection of empty wine bottles. Put them to good use with these top upcycling tips.
Entries for The Drinks Business Green Awards 2015, which seek to reward green initiatives in the drinks trade, will close at the end of this month.
MillerCoors has installed the biggest collection of solar panels in US brewing history, powering the production of seven million cases of beer annually.
Carlsberg has announced plans to develop the “world’s first” fully biodegradable wood-fibre bottle.
A 100-year plan to preserve and develop sustainable agriculture in California’s Sonoma County well into the 22nd century has been launched.
It’s not easy being green, but wineries are experimenting with everything from drones and bikes to honey making in a bid to protect the planet.
Entries are now open for the db Green Awards 2015, which reward those leading the way in sustainability and environmental performance in the drinks trade.
A British company is on the cusp of commercialising an all-natural product that can kill the grape fungus botrytis and is harmless to the honey bee.
New Zealand may be ahead of the sustainability game with almost all producers signed up to an accreditation system, but on the ground it is far from a one-size-fits-all model, writes Sally Easton MW.
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