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Mexican Beer Brand Corona Testing Plastic-Free Six-Pack Rings

November 30, 2018: 12:00 AM EST
Plastic rings holding a six-pack of beer together are ubiquitous, but Corona, the Mexican beer brand, is trialing rings from biodegradable plant-based fibers. It follows an announcement by Carlsberg earlier this year to withdraw plastic rings in favor of a glue. Corona’s innovation will break down into organic matter, according to the brand and will first be tested in the Mexican town of Tulum in 2019. The move is a part of Corona’s commitment to Parley for the Oceans, a non-profit focusing on plastics accumulating on beaches and marine environments. [Image Credit: © Constellation Brands, Inc.]
"Corona to introduce plastic-free six-pack rings on its beer cans", FoodBev Media, November 30, 2018, © FoodBev Media Ltd
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