Taking a pioneering step toward sustainable food packaging, ProAmpac, the flexible packaging leader,...
Taking a pioneering step toward sustainable food packaging, ProAmpac, the flexible packaging leader, has announced that it is producing a high-barrier pouch made with 25 percent post-consumer recycled (PCR) materials in collaboration with nut butter maker Justin’s.
The Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association estimates that 12 million, or 40%, of UK households own a pet. Due the growth of pet adoptions and increasing awareness amongst owners about animal health, the industry has directed its focus on maintaining the quality of pet food packaging, such as spill-proof and labelling innovations.
A significant proportion of UK consumers (45%) say packaging without plastic would encourage them to buy more of the product, according to a GlobalData survey.
Many beverage companies are showing interest in overhauling their packaging – switching from bottles to aluminium cans for water and introducing interactive digital platforms, for example. Packaging Gateway takes a look at five innovative drinks packaging trends to look out for.
Danone is marketing a holiday edition of its Sparkles flavoured water brand with unique bottle designs created with HP SmartStream Collage.
Lost Sheep Coffee is shepherding us to a greener future with capsules made from lignin, a plant-based compound produced when wood is processed into paper.
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