In this issue, we look at packaging for the visually impaired, and why...
- Packaging for the visually impaired: the new issue of Inside Packaging is out now
- Rising plastic alternatives: the new issue of Inside Packaging is out now
- Pester power: protecting children from junk food marketing
- Is recycled ocean plastic the next big packaging trend? New issue of Inside Packaging is out now
- Syntegon Technology to showcase latest innovations at interpack 2020
Packaging for the visually impaired: the new issue of Inside Packaging is out now
In this issue, we look at packaging for the visually impaired, and why brands should stop using accessibility as a marketing tool. We also look at whether ocean plastic has the potential to bolster European R-PET markets, as well as hearing from Tetra Pak about the company’s new fully-renewable carton package.
Accredo Packaging’s Plant Expansion, Texas, US
Accredo Packaging, a provider of conventional, compostable, renewable and flexible packaging solutions, has expanded its facility in Sugar Land, Texas, US.
Rising plastic alternatives: the new issue of Inside Packaging is out now
In this issue, we take a look at the rise of alternative materials in response to the UK's plastic straw ban. We also delve into how European recycling markets are being impacted by Covid-19, as well as what to keep in mind when communicating sustainability to consumers, and much more.
Pester power: protecting children from junk food marketing
Packaging featuring popular cartoon characters exerts a huge influence on children – and the parents who buy their food. Barbara Crowther of the Children’s Food Campaign discusses the issue of pester power, the marketing of unhealthy foods to children, and the efforts being made to redress the balance on supermarket shelves with Chris Lo.
Is recycled ocean plastic the next big packaging trend? New issue of Inside Packaging is out now
In this issue, we cast an eye on whether recycling ocean plastic could be an opportunity for the packaging industry, the potential of aluminium as an alternative to plastic in drinks packaging, and more.
Coca-Cola’s 100% Plant-Based Bottle
Global beverage major Coca-Cola launched PlantBottle™, a fully-recyclable polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottle made with 100% plant-based material, in June 2015, as part of its next-generation sustainable packaging initiative.
The next five years: how are pack formats changing?
Packaging is rapidly evolving as manufacturers struggle with sustainability, experiment with new materials, and engage with emerging trends. We examine the changing shape of packaging.
Colour in packaging: Talking technicolour trends with James Cropper
Colour in packaging is all about telling a story that is shaped by brand values and target market tastes, mixed with popular culture and finished with technology. Packaging Gateway talks to master colour blender Mark Starrs of UK advanced materials and paper products group James Cropper about the role colour plays in packaging and the future trends.
The look of luxury: the latest issue of Inside Packaging is out now
In this issue: balancing luxury with sustainability, augmented reality brings packaging to life, caps and closures respond to emerging trends, and more.
High-end vs sustainable: How can luxury packaging win at both?
With sustainability currently leading evolution in the packaging sector, the luxury packaging market must find a way to tap into this trend, whilst maintaining its high-end appeal. We talk to Robert Lockyer, CEO of luxury packaging company Delta Global, to find out more.
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