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Suntory purchases 100% renewable electricity in Japan

TOKYO, Japan – Suntory Group has announced that from April 1st, the company purchase 100% renewable electricity for all 30 directly owned manufacturing sites...

Suntory enters into agreement to sell its coffee business in Australia, New Zealand and Singapore to UCC Coffee

NORTH STRATHFIELD, NSW, Australia – Suntory Beverage & Food Limited (“SBF”) has entered into an agreement to sell its fresh coffee business in Australia,...

Suntory Beverage & Food unveils its 2022 plans to achieve its 2030 fully sustainable plastic bottle goal

TOKYO, Japan – In order to achieve Suntory Group’s ambition to use 100% sustainable PET bottles globally by 2030 by using only recycled or...

Suntory more than doubles target to reduce water intensity in owned plants by 2030

TOKYO, Japan – Suntory Group today announced that it will further its commitment to water stewardship by accelerating its 2030 water targets. At the...

Suntory launches new JV to develop innovative plastics recycling technology

TOKYO, Japan — Suntory MONOZUKURI Expert Ltd. (SME), a subsidiary of Suntory Holdings Ltd., has announced the establishment of R Plus Japan Ltd., a...

Suntory Beverage announces launch of ready-to-drink Boss Coffee in the US

NEW YORK— Suntory Beverage & Food North America LLC announces the US launch of BOSS Coffee, its ready-to-drink (RTD) flash-brewed coffee brand. BOSS Coffee...

Arabica genome will be crucial for developing disease-resistant varieties

Researchers at the University of California, Davis, have taken a major step that could lead to the development of new disease-resistant varieties adaptable to...

Expansion of production facilities announced at the Suntory Ujigawa Plant

UJIGAWA, Japan – Suntory Products Limited, the wholly-owned group affiliate of Suntory Beverage & Food Limited (SBF), will initiate a production capacity expansion project...

Bottled coffee drinks winning over consumers in the Japanese market

Though coffee drinks have traditionally come in cans, beverage makers have begun to get behind a new trend that could help attract new customers...

Jury out on how New Zealanders will see sale of Cerebos Gregg’s brand

DUNEDIN, New Zealand – Lovers of fruit drink Raro and Gregg's instant coffee face uncertain times as the brands' manufacturer is put on the market. Japanese company Suntory Food and Beverage has put up for sale the food and instant coffee divisions of its Cerebos companies in Australia and New Zealand, along with ...

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