INDIA: United Breweries, SABMiller to patent beer bottles

By Kevin Jacobs | 4 August 2010

India's largest brewers, United Breweries and SABMiller, have started patenting glass bottles as they look to curb the cost of manufacturing new bottles through buying back used ones.

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India's largest brewers, United Breweries and SABMiller, have started patenting glass bottles as they look to curb the cost of manufacturing new bottles through buying back used ones.

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