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Long known as a Belgian product, premium beer brand Stella Artois will soon lose its ‘import’ status and be made in the United States, as parent company Anheuser-Busch deploys a major domestic investment of $ 1 billion in two years in his portfolio. which aims to stimulate the US economy.
Under the terms of the deal, Stella’s bottling will first move to St. Louis this summer with a transition of can and keg production before the end of 2021. Four existing Anheuser-Busch breweries are slated for. long-term upgrades to handle the increased volume, with facilities in Los Angeles, Newark and Jacksonville, Fla. joining the company’s flagship in St. Louis to support brand manufacturing.
In addition, AB is preparing to invest an additional $ 296 million in national distribution of Stella over the next two years.
âThroughout the pandemic, our advanced planning and proactive actions have placed our US supply chain in a position of strength; however, we are subject to the instability of the international supply chain with respect to some of our imports, âsaid Brendan Whitworth, AB’s sales manager in the United States.
The large-scale investment in Stella “will help create and maintain jobs” across the country, adds Whitworth, while reducing more than 7,000 metric tonnes of carbon emissions to the atmosphere each year, which is in line with the company’s 2025 sustainable development goals.