Made from recycled material and designed for recycling: Starlinger viscotec, a division of the Austrian machinery supplier Starlinger & Co GmbH, has developed a new material to make packaging for dairy and hot-fill products fully recyclable.
The Ferrero Group is making further strides in its commitment to making 100% of packaging reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025. As part of this journey, the business has announced new global partnerships with HolyGrail 2.0 and Consumer Goods Forum (CGF).
The Spanish multinational Repsol has reached an agreement with the leading international company in the field of rigid plastic packaging Jokey Group, and Spanish organic dairy company Cantero de Letur.
Mondelēz International announced an increased commitment to reduce its use of virgin plastics in its packaging, as part of its ongoing efforts to eliminate, reduce, replace and recycle plastic packaging across its portfolio.
Oben Group announced the acquisition of Poligal Group, effective February 25, 2021. This acquisition includes the BOPP and CPP production plants in Portugal and Poland, commercial offices in Germany and an extensive sales and distribution network throughout Europe.
Leading packaging and paper manufacturer, Mondi, is launching a fully recyclable 80% paper-based packaging solution for cold meats and cheese.
In 2017, the Sidel Aseptic Combi Predis blow fill seal filler was validated by the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for low acid products sold in the US - an industry first.
With the help of high-quality, efficient KHS technology the sales of packaged water in Uganda are climbing to ever new heights. Awareness of the responsible use of resources is growing - an example that could set a precedent.
A new look for a kitchen classic from the refrigerated section: Südpack is launching two innovative packaging concepts for minced meat that do without bottom trays. What is more, the two concepts are mono-material packaging solutions based on PP.
Due to protection measures against coronavirus, consumers no longer bring their durable bags to supermarkets, said Turkish Plastic Industrialists Research, Development and Education Association (PAGEV).
StePac automated bulk packaging solutions cut food loss in the foodservice sector.
Nestlé today announced that it will invest up to CHF 2 billion to lead the shift from virgin plastics to food-grade recycled plastics and to accelerate the development of innovative sustainable packaging solutions.