Nestlé and Unilever’s UK offices have pledged to reduce waste and are champions...
- New Zealand ministry finds no safety risks with food packaging materials
- New World supermarket to go plastic bag free by 2018
- Clariant’s packaging solution combination extends probiotics shelf-life
- Amcor and Janoschka develop new printing technology for carton packaging
- Songwon commissions new thermoplastic urethane production line
Nestle, Unilever and a polluted beach in the Philippines
Nestlé and Unilever’s UK offices have pledged to reduce waste and are champions of their company’s respective environmental achievements, but are those efforts still as valuable when you consider that those same companies are the worst offenders in a country the other side of the world?
Flexfresh™ Liner Bag by Uflex Gets Accreditation for Pomegranates
In a big development for the active modified atmospheric packaging (AMAP) solution by Uflex, the company’s Flexfresh™ liner bag has been accredited by Indian Council of Agricultural Research-National Research Centre on Pomegranate (ICAR-NRCP), Solapur Maharashtra.
LINPAC Seeks to Bust EPS Myths with Launch of Black EPS Packs for Premium Catering
Fresh food packaging manufacturer LINPAC is to unveil a premium range of EPS solutions for fast food retailers and caterers as the company looks to challenge the myths and misconceptions surrounding the material.
Sensory engagement: tapping into the market
To entice consumers, brands use many tactics on their product packs. Personalisation is one area that has been fully tapped into, however there are other avenues which engage the senses. Joe Baker analyses how brands are using sensory elements to enhance their packaging.
Cascades Corrugated Packaging Plant, New Jersey, US
Cascades is planning to build a new containerboard packaging plant in New Jersey. To be located in the city of Piscataway, Middlesex County, the new plant will manufacture corrugated packaging products.
All bottled up: alternatives to the humble plastic drinks container
Plastic waste is an issue that the world cannot ignore. It’s a topic that came up again and again at Packaging Innovations 2017, held in London this September.
The disappearing act: shrinking pack sizes
Hundreds of items, including toilet rolls, chocolate and biscuits have seen prices stay the same as pack sizes shrink. Callum Tyndall finds out what is behind the shrinking epidemic that has seen pack size reduce for the second time in the last 12 months.
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