The Shufangzhai-branded self-heating instant mini-hotpot is claimed to be ready in 15 minutes...
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Packaging innovation spotlight: the self-heating hotpot
The Shufangzhai-branded self-heating instant mini-hotpot is claimed to be ready in 15 minutes once the user adds a final ingredient that is relatively easy to find – a bit of cold water.
Iggesund: Apple’s not-so-secret sustainable packaging partner
Swedish company Iggesund has worked to supply electronics giant Apple with materials for its packaging for over a decade, but the relationship between the two companies has been kept under wraps for years. Elliot Gardner finds out more.
Could Coca-Cola’s micro-chipped bottles be the future of sustainable packaging?
There has been much talk lately on the sustainability of packaging and its environmental impact, especially of plastic waste. Elliot Gardner finds out more.
Bag for life, or for death? The deadly bacteria found in reusable shopping bags
Single-use plastic carrier bags are an environmental scourge. They’re not easily recycled, while also being fragile and tough to reuse more than a few times. They take a long time to decompose, and in the meantime clog drains, harm wildlife, get stuck in trees and fill up landfills.
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.
All bottled up: alternatives to the humble plastic drinks container
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Packaging innovation spotlight: a handy applicator pack to renew bathroom and kitchen seals
Renewing mouldy, discoloured, or damaged seals and joints in the bathroom or kitchen has traditionally been a tricky task that involves specialised equipment and a steady hand.
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