German company Schreiner MediPharm has developed three new labels at various safety levels to protect sensitive medicines from UV irradiation and light.
Global pressure-sensitive label materials supplier UPM Raflatac has introduced its sustainable Vanish PCR line of ultra-thin clear film labels in the Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA) region.
The UK Government has granted £60m to develop sustainable packaging solutions such as environmentally friendly plastic bags and cups using household food scraps.
Food major Kellogg's has reportedly revealed plans to introduce ‘traffic light’ labelling across its cereal packaging.
Global display graphics and packaging materials producer Avery Dennison has partnered with French converting equipment manufacturer SMAG Graphique to offer RFID conversion solutions for label converters.
Resource Label Group, a pressure-sensitive labels provider for the packaging industry, has completed the acquisition of US-based label manufacturer Best Label.
The Ministry of Health (MOH) for Singapore will introduce standardised packaging and enlarged graphic health warnings for all tobacco products sold across the country.
Finland-based food packaging specialist Huhtamaki has launched a new initiative to achieve greater cup recycling throughout the UK.
Saudi Arabia has reportedly disclosed its plans to implement plain packaging measures for tobacco products to the World Trade Organization (WTO), joining a list of countries already having such rules...
The Indian Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has released new images, to be used by manufacturers as pictorial health warnings on packs of all tobacco products, including cigarettes.