Metal beverage cans are expected to remain the leading pack type in the alcoholic drinks packaging industry in Japan over the forecast period. This is due to their convenience, portability and ability to preserve the freshness of beverages, making them a preferred choice for on-the-go consumption.
In 2021, the Japan Spirits & Liqueurs Makers Association introduced a new law that every Japanese whisky must have labelling stating that the ingredients, distillation, ageing and packaging are all from or have been carried out in Japan only. This legislation is likely to influence the packaging volumes of folding cartons, glass bottles and PET bottles used in the packaging of Japanese whisky over the forecast period.
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Alcoholic Drinks Packaging
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