Cardboard can ‘toppers’ to be rolled out in UK as brewer tries to reduce plastic packaging
Futamura, the global leader for sustainable cellulose films, announces the la
Trays from Bebo, a Berry Global company, are playing a key role in supporting Quorn Foods’ widely-publicised and highly-successful move to eliminate more than 297 tonnes of black plastic pa
Mondi Group has developed a fully-recyclable polypropylene construction for thermoforming applications with a 23% reduction in carbon footprint compared to existing packaging.
FrieslandCampina have adopted Kezzler's serialization technology, to deliver supply chain visibility for their infant formula brands, as well as providing a way for stakeholders throughout the supp
SIG has launched what it says are the first beverage cartons made with recycled polymers produced from post-consumer plastic waste.
The Medipac container range from RPC Astrapak Plastop has been developed to meet the wide-ranging requirements of the prescriptive medicines and wellness supplements markets.
RPC bpi nordipac has produced a special promotional bag to demonstrate the suitability of its NOREC® recycled material for the creation of high-quality and functional packaging.
Good packaging is crucial to the safety and quality of food, but it shouldn’t end there. That’s why Nestle is focusing on making its packaging recyclable or reusable.
Vita is the new one-hand dispensing system from Aptar, that features a unique design and offers a new cleaner and easier gesture for cotton pad applications of water-like formulations.
Haselmeier, a Swiss- and German-based developer and manufacturer of inno
Creating flexible packaging from virgin grade material derived from plastic waste is now taking a step towards reality in a pilot project called ChemCycling
In Photonic Printing, a functional coating containing patented DataLase laser reactive pigment is applied as a patch using traditional print methods, such as flexography or gravure.
While breast milk cannot simply be replicated, powdered formula represents the best possible alternative for many mothers who cannot or decide not to breastfeed.
Cardboard-plastic combinations have already made a strong impression for a number of years, delivering a positive environmental impact thanks to their recyclability and extremely ecofriendly&n
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