In the span of about a year, concern over plastic packaging and plastic waste has hit a critical mass and has boiled over. But how do you really know if...
Could artificial intelligence be the next step forward for the packaging and labelling sector? OAL head of innovation Jake Norman thinks so. Elliot Gardner hears more
Personalised luxury items have been around for quite a while, however personalisation is now gaining ground in food and drink as well.
Rumours about possible calls to introduce plain packaging in the food and drinks industry has turned attention towards their actual efficacy in deterring consumption of certain products.
The younger generation of global smokers is the least likely to continue to buy their usual tobacco brand as plain packaging becomes more prevalent in the market.
British retailer Marks and Spencer (M&S) is replacing sticker labelling for its avocados with laser-printing in a bid to reduce waste.
Doddle is closing all but six standalone stores in favour of third-party tie-ups, such as those it already has with Morrisons and Cancer Research UK.
The human desire to know the future is universal – as is love for cookies. The manufacturer Pechkeks has combined these two into one quite unusual product: ‘misfortune cookies.’ The...
Tennent’s, the popular Scottish-brewed beer, will have updated alcohol consumption guidelines prominently displayed on its 24x440ml, 24x500ml, and 24x568ml can multipacks, arriving on shelves by the end of March.The new...
Ethical consumerism has become mainstream, especially in emerging economies, as consumers increasingly pick products that have ethical credentials such as supporting social justice or paying fair wages to workers.