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Correlating with new reports that Brazil exported more chicken than ever in August, the latest Recall Index from Stericycle Expert Solutions reveals that recalls of chicken and other poultry meats in Q3 in Europe were higher than any other food category for the second quarter in a row, and Brazil was the top country of origin.
The Coca-Cola Company in Western Europe and Coca-Cola European Partners have launched their first ever joint Sustainability Action Plan for Western Europe, This is Forward, with new commitments on drinks, packaging and society.
Here is your weekly round-up of packaging news. Next week’s round-up will focus on processing news.
UK-based bakery equipment supplier European Process Plant (EPP) has completed a management buyout of the company.
With the Expo FoodTec Pavilion and its new Content Hub, this year’s Food ingredients Europe is set to offer a vast range of packaging, machinery, processing and consultancy services.
Rabobank has announced its global activation programme, ‘Kickstart Food’, to accelerate the transition to a sustainable food supply.
In conjunction with various European food and beverage companies, flavour brand Firmenich has signed the Sustainable Juice Covenant to commit to creating 100% sustainable juice and puree by 2030.
In commemoration of its 180th anniversary, tea brand Tetley has teamed up with Crown Aerosols and Specialty Packaging Europe to create a limited edition celebration tin.
Scottish food and drink exports to Europe grew by £119 million in the first half of 2017 compared to the same period last year.
Packaging company AR Packaging is to close two carton plants in Russia and Finland in a move which will affect 150 employees.
The UK is facing the greatest threat to the integrity of its food supply since World War II, food security expert Professor Chris Elliott has warned.
Dr Dagmar Ortlepp and Paul O’Mahony look beyond the beverage and explore how drinking occasions are boosting innovation
The end of the EU sugar quota could create a new era of lower sugar prices, with implications for farmers, sugar processors, food manufacturers and end consumers, according to one analyst.
A new film from the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging (Apeal) has been launched to highlight the preservation qualities of steel packaging.
UK shoppers could pay up to a third more for everyday food items in the event of a no deal Brexit, according to new analysis.