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Bacardi Just Found the Best Use for Plastic Straws Ever—Turn Them Into Vinyl Records

By Melissa Locker
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Normally, if your record sucks, that’s a bad thing. (Just ask Jet!) But now, thanks to a collaboration between Bacardi and Lonely Whale, if your record sucks, it’s a good thing—at least for the planet.

ANGEL'S ENVY® Calls on Fans to Help Meet Increased Goal of Planting 30,000 White Oak Trees Through 6th Annual "Toast the Trees" Initiative

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In celebration of National Bourbon Heritage Month, ANGEL'S ENVY will plant one white oak tree for each photo of an ANGEL'S ENVY drink or bottle posted on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter that is accompanied by the hashtag #ToastTheTrees

ANGEL'S ENVY is increasing its goal to 30,000 hashtags for a total of 30,000 new white oak trees planted

Press Release

In celebration of National Bourbon Heritage Month, ANGEL'S ENVY will plant one white oak tree for each photo of an ANGEL'S ENVY drink or bottle posted on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter that is accompanied by the hashtag #ToastTheTrees

ANGEL'S ENVY is increasing its goal to 30,000 hashtags for a total of 30,000 new white oak trees planted

Bacardi Pledges $1 Million to Hurricane Dorian Relief in The Bahamas

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HAMILTON, Bermuda, September 5, 2019 – Following the devastating impact of Hurricane Dorian on The Bahamas, Bacardi Limited and the Bacardí family commit to donating $1 Million in cash and other assistance to the disaster relief and recovery efforts.

How Brands From Bacardi to Salesforce Are Tackling Event Food Waste

Reducing food and beverage waste is the new way to “go green”
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By Kait Shea

If you’ve been handed a metal straw at an event over the last few years, chances are, the practice was inspired by Bacardi, which in 2016 became the first global spirits company to pledge to eliminate single-use plastic straws at all of its events.

Bacardi and Mercy Corps Team Up to Support Small Businesses in the US Virgin Islands, Sint Maarten Through Free Mentoring and Innovation Challenge

Share innovative ideas, receive free business mentoring, and enter to win cash prizes of up to $5,000.00
Press Release

ST. THOMAS, U.S. Virgin Islands and GREAT BAY, St. Maarten, August 23, 2019 /3BL Media/ — After the 2017 storms, small businesses are still struggling to recover. The global humanitarian organization Mercy Corps and Bacardi, the largest privately held spirits company in the world, are launching the Caribbean Innovation Challenge 2019, a competition to award business innovation and strengthen businesses on the islands, entrepreneurs can win up to $5,000 USD. 

A Tradition of Fearless, Family and Founders Gets Bacardi U.S.A, Inc. Great Place to Work-Certified™

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Fearless, Family, Founders. That’s what Bacardi is all about. And it’s what sets the tone for a culture that supports innovation, community and entrepreneurship. This strong culture, complemented with a high sense of pride, has earned Bacardi U.S.A., Inc., the Great Place to Work-Certified™ designation for the second year in a row.

Martin Voke Champions the Spirit of Diversity

Bacardi’s Martin Voke on fostering diversity in a male-dominated industry and making legal another arm of the business
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By Billy Yost

Bacardi Canada Recognized for Environmental Commitment

Winner of Elsie Award Presented by Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO)
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Setting the bar for environmentally sustainability is a part of the DNA of family-owned Bacardi. This Bacardi team in Canada was once again celebrated for its efforts to building a more sustainable future with an Elsie Award from the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO). The annual awards are presented to beverage alcohol suppliers and agents that demonstrate innovation, creativity and commitment to customer service and social responsibility.

Why People Are Consuming No or Less Alcohol

By Nontando Mposo
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The face of celebrations as we know it is changing. More and more people are adopting health-conscious lifestyles and consuming no or less alcohol.

Martini 0.0% Dolce is made to taste like Italian sparkling wine, but with zero alcohol content. With the low/no trend reaching new heights, it caters to those who are looking to moderate their alcohol consumption without compromising on taste, says Mahesh Madhavan, the global chief executive of Bacardi.

Celebrate National Tequila Day by Learning How the Industry Is Becoming Sustainable

By Ali Wunderman
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Plant-based resources often seem infinite until they are suddenly depleted, and because tequila comes from the agave plant - specifically the blue agave - it’s imperative to keep stocks maintained to ensure plentiful supply in the future. But part of maintaining these crops means being mindful of other components of sustainability: energy use, repurposing, and waste. 

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