sustainable packaging

Tetra Pak has have started field testing​ its paper straws for beverage products in Europe. The move means Tetra Pak is the first carton packaging company to provide such straws for beverage cartons in the region.

Coca-Cola’s aim is to see the term ‘single-use plastic’ become redundant, both in their business and beyond according to the telegraph. If the idea is implemented for mass production, coca-cola will be the first company in the FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) segment to start selling drinks and food in plastic waste packaging.

Efficient and sustainable packaging solutions with a vision of the future

UK up-market retailer Waitrose , part of the John Lewis Partnership, has joined forces with a Scottish biotec company, CuanTec to develop a new film for food packaging made out of waste langoustine shells

Mondi and Pacoon offer a roadmap for making packaging more sustainable.

Improving the life cycle of packaging by optimizing resources and limiting waste production is one of the pillars of L’Oréal’s sustainability strategy and its Sharing Beauty With All program. Several milestones were reached during 2017, thanks to innovative solutions in terms of eco-design and recycling.

Sonoco has announced the expansion of its environmental and social stewardship initiatives to include commitments to achieve greater packaging sustainability and recycling in support of the food industry’s efforts to reduce global food waste. These new time-based commitments, along with an update of the company’s ongoing efforts to improve environmental, governance and social measure, are highlighted in its 2017-18 Corporate Responsibility Report, entitled “Better Packaging, Better Life – for a Better World,”

Saving 1.6 million pounds of resin annually – In reviewing their Tidy-Cat litter 27 and 30 pound pail packages, Purina decided the existing pails used too much plastic

BarrierPack Recyclable, Mondi’s fully recyclable plastic laminate for pre-made pouches and FFS roll stock, has just been honoured for technological innovation, but the company is not sitting on its laurels. The addition of an extra layer to the construction now provides a gas barrier that greatly extends the material’s potential applications.

One word, more than any other, is guiding Bag-in-Box (BIB) film purchasing decisions today: sustainability. Whether for wine, fruit juice or dairy products, the people in the buyer center – product and packaging managers, technical engineers and purchasing agents – are tasked with finding sustainable packaging solutions.


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