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- Starbucks and sustainability: Current and future packaging efforts
- Deposit return scheme: How will it be introduced across the UK?
- The future of packaging: How brands can benefit from digital printing
Starbucks and sustainability: Current and future packaging efforts
US-headquartered coffeehouse chain Starbucks has upped its packaging sustainability efforts over recent years – from implementing cup charges to selling own-brand reusable tumblers. Packaging Gateway takes a look at the current and future sustainable packaging efforts from Starbucks.
Deposit return scheme: How will it be introduced across the UK?
A deposit return scheme (DRS) is a service that allows consumers to recycle drinks and other containers by either placing a monetary deposit upon purchase or receiving cash or other rewards upon recycling. A DRS has already been introduced in Scotland; with the potential to help cut plastic waste, specifically within the drinks sector, Packaging Gateway asks how will a DRS be introduced in the UK.
Sustainable storytelling at scale: The future of digital print packaging in France
Thanks to new installations and technological developments, the print landscape has rapidly evolved in recent years. One area where these advances have had a significant impact is in digital print packaging.
The future of packaging: How brands can benefit from digital printing
Brands around the world are waking up to a new dawn in packaging production. Digital printing, it seems, is the solution of the future, offering a wealth of brand benefits, enhanced consumer experiences, and a reduced carbon footprint.
Fluid-Bags Fruit Preparations: Set-Up and Equipment
Fruit preparations are being shipped long distances in Fluid-Bag FLEXI one-way containers. Fruit preparations manufactured in, for example, Northern Africa are being shipped in Fluid-Bags in sea containers to Europe and other parts of the world for use in the dairy and bakery industries.
From husk to cup: Cracking cup sustainability with Huskee
With cup recycling increasing and coffee grounds reused to make items such as furniture and footwear, it’s not just the coffee bean that is contributing to sustainability – it’s the husk too. And this is the case for Australian-based reusable coffee cup company Huskee. Deborah Williams talks to Michael McFarlane, Huskee’s HuskeeSwap implementation manager, to find out more.
Cereal packaging trends: Top five trends to look out for
According to market intelligence company Fact.MR, the North American market is expected to lead the global cereal packaging market during the forecast period 2018-2028. With this market continuing to grow, cereal packaging trends concerning technology, design and sustainability are predicted to govern the sector.
Consumers sway towards non-plastic packaging on a global scale
GlobalData’s survey provides a specific insight for manufacturers that they would be more likely to make a higher profit from today’s consumers if they decide on the path of plastic-free packaging rather than recyclable.
Sustainability in the beauty industry must be more than skin deep
Smaller brands are paving the way in environmentally sustainable and ethical beauty products, and their sustainability credentials could provide these brands with a substantial opportunity for growth.
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