In the personal care market, there are two pack formats that have stood...
- Cosmetic packs: the standout bottle and jar trends
- Quorn eliminates 297 tonnes of non-recyclable black plastic trays
- MPs plan to ban cartoon characters from junk food packaging
- World’s first “plastic free” trust mark could be the next great FMCG label claim
- Canada passes plain tobacco packaging law and vaping regulations
Cosmetic packs: the standout bottle and jar trends
In the personal care market, there are two pack formats that have stood the test of the time and proved their popularity amongst both the industry and consumers. Sonia Sharma analyses different pack types whilst finding out what the standout trends have been.
Packaging innovation spotlight: over-packaged or perfect for stylish up-cycling?
Premium tea products are often beautifully packaged to attract the consumer's eye and somehow justify the high price demanded, but it is all too common for said upmarket packaging to serve no real purpose beyond containing the tea.
World’s first “plastic free” trust mark could be the next great FMCG label claim
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 the products we choose and use are free of plastic packaging even if it looks like they may be?
OPTIMA Life Science Completes Turnkey MD300 Project
UK-based automation specialist Optima’s innovative MDC300 solution is a high-performance system that has been carefully optimised for the production, packaging and cartoning of wound dressing products for the medical sector.
Why are more and more beauty packaging companies investing in sustainability?
The past few months have seen increasing numbers of companies in the beauty and healthcare industries making sustainable pledges in order to help protect the environment. What is the reason behind this trend? Industry experts and packaging manufacturers explain why sustainability is at the core of their products’ identity and what future lies ahead for companies that decide to switch to environment-friendly packaging.
Fan-like flow regulation closure for flexible oil dispensing
Modern consumers are looking for solutions that make their lives easier. As such, the packaging industry is constantly looking for new ideas across various categories and products, including such basic and rather uncomplicated ones as cooking oils, to answer those needs.
Inside Packaging – Market Focus Special Issue – May 2018
In this issue: The latest research, insights and analysis from GlobalData, including smart and simple pack designs and how packaging can add value to toiletries and hygiene products
Plastic purge continues as Waitrose pledges to jettison disposable cups
UK supermarket retailer Waitrose has announced that it is to stop using 52 million disposable coffee cups per year, which are notoriously difficult to recycle due to their plastic linings.
Q&A with Uflex’s Ashwani Sharma on ASEPTO
ASEPTO by Uflex is providing the carton industry with eye-catching solutions that make products stand-out from the crowd. Packaging Gateway spoke to Ashwani Sharma, the company’s president and CEO of new business initiatives, to get a bit more information about ASEPTO, as well as other areas Uflex is working on within the packaging industry.
Uflex Launches Solvent-Based Laminating Adhesive
Uflex Limited’s Chemicals Business has unveiled a general performance 2K solvent-based PU laminating adhesive under FLEXBON Brand for food packaging and general applications.
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