More beer and less plastic for Labatt Breweries in Ontario

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Labatt Breweries announced they will be investing $52.6 million in its London plant to provide a new beer line and environmentally friendly packaging. The brewery will move away from plastic packaging such as the plastic rings and shrink wrap used to hold cans together. Instead, the company will use KeelClip, a unique and sustainable paperboard design made from renewable resources and is easy to recycle after use. Read how this investment will eliminate 152,000 kilograms of single-use plastic by 2022 in London.

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