AB InBev will invest $250,000 in Closed Loop Fund projects to improve glass recycling capabilities, to make progress towards its 2025 sustainability goals. Read more
AB InBev-owned Carlton & United Breweries aims to shake up the Australian beer market with the launch of its first non-alcoholic beer. Read more
AB InBev-owned International Breweries has spent $250m on a new brewery in Nigeria, which will be inaugurated by president of the country Muhammadu Buhari. Read more
AB InBev has appointed AmBev executive Paula Lindenberg as the new president of its UK and North Europe business, effective from the start of 2019. Read more
AB InBev will construct a new brewery in Mozambique to compete with rival Heineken, which is currently constructing a $100m brewery in the country. Read more
AB InBev has launched a new green innovation accelerator as it aims to tackle some of the most pressing sustainability issues. Read more
AB InBev’s venture capital division ZX Ventures has expanded in the online alcohol retail sector with the purchase of Australia’s BoozeBud. Read more
AB InBev's Q2 revenues were boosted by the growth of its global beer brands, influenced by the company's position as the global beer sponsor of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Read more
AB InBev will launch a gluten-free variant of its Stella Artois lager is it responds to a surge in demand for gluten-free products. Read more
Anheuser-Busch Germany has resumed talks to sell two of its beer brands, Hasseröder and Diebels, after a planned deal fell through. Read more
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