Taking a pioneering step toward sustainable food packaging, ProAmpac, the flexible packaging leader,...
While there can be few companies that don’t recognise the importance of the issue of packaging waste, their choices are still largely dictated by cost and profitability.
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.
Waitrose says its aim is to eliminate all unnecessary plastic and to make all of its own-brand packaging from reusable, recycled or biodegradable material by 2023.
It may seem like a simple question, but the answer to what is the best flexible packaging solution is a bit more complex. Primoreels explains more.
In this issue: embracing the circular economy, working with reclaimed ocean plastics, digitalisation of the supply chain, the most sustainable alternatives to plastic, and more.
Procter and Gamble (P&G) has committed to reducing the use of plastics in its Ariel, Lenor and other Fabric Care brands packaging across Europe by 30% by 2025.
With the announcement of waste-free shopping platform Loop, from TerraCycle and some of the world’s largest consumer product companies, single-use plastic could see a major deficit in the future.
Companies are increasingly looking to replace plastic in their packaging as the push towards sustainability continues, and the options for alternatives are rapidly increasing. What are some of the most prominent and most innovative sustainable packaging alternatives on the market?
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The HSCF can be easily adjusted to pack a diverse range of products, from harder items such as nuts and…