Carling beer to ditch plastic packaging to become more sustainable


The plans to remove plastic film and rings are being completed in two phases by Molson Coors, in order to ensure a continuation in their supply, because parts of their manufacturing process will be closed to install the new equipment. 

Kristin Wolfe, of Molson Coors UK & Ireland, said: “We recognise the challenge of single-use plastics and we’re committed to reducing its use throughout our supply chain. 

“The pledge we’ve made today, both globally and with the local actions we’re taking in the UK & Ireland, will significantly reduce single-use plastics in our packaging, reinforcing our long-term commitment to brewing greener and working towards our 2025 sustainability goals.”

In the UK, Molson Coors has five breweries, their two largest in Burton-upon-Trent and Tadcaster are zero waste to landfill sites along with 15 of their other global sites.


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