Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/28/2014 -- Alcoholic drinks packaging is being heavily impacted by the rise of PET bottles and more sustainable pack types. As a result of this glass packaging was hit in 2012, as its production is largely costly and energy intensive. Many glass manufacturers argue that glass remains the first choice for premium beverage products due to its "superior" image, although consumers are becoming increasingly aware of its unsustainable attributes. In the UK this has been largely seen in beers and ciders, although wine made a large splash with the launch of its first paper bottle in 2012.
Polarisation in sizing is expected to continue over the forecast period, with smaller packs and larger packs as well as multipacks gaining in importance. The important trend of wastage resonated with consumers in 2012 and, as a result, they are seeking smaller pack sizes to help reduce the risk of wastage. On the other hand, entertaining at home continues to be a major trend for consumers, another effort to save financially and seek value for money - as a result larger pack types and multipacks offer important solutions. The owner of the well-known cider brand in the UK, Brothers, said that it launched multipacks and smaller size formats to appeal to consumers who are taking its drinks to summer music festivals, launching in the multipack can format rather than glass bottles.
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