These are all the posts that have been tagged with sustainable.
Schubert achieved positive year-end results in 2016: Gerhard Schubert GmbH increased its turnover by 7.5% year-on-year to 187.2 million euros. A very good order situation, a dynamic order intake, especially from the USA and the pharmaceutical sector, as well as a highly successful presence at the world-leading interpack trade fair, all point towards a favourable […]
PlasticsEurope has launched an initiative to promote recycling solutions for polystyrene, in a push to support the European Union’s circular economy plan.
Highlights of MeetingPack2017 included packaging natural and healthy products with sensory quality, food waste reduction and respect for the environment.
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has marked five years since investing in an initiative to transform plastics recycling in Great Britain.
On 21 June, the Queen’s Speech was delivered in the House of Lords chamber, outlining the current government’s agenda to the members of parliament.
Food waste producers are being offered the chance to contribute to the first anaerobic digestion feedstock designed to give a guaranteed production of biomethane.
The natural food flavours market is a dynamic and expanding market due to the increasing consumer demand for natural, healthy, new and sustainable products. Natural flavours in concentrate form are used in food and beverages in order to enhance the taste and quality of the products. However, using thermal evaporation during the concentration stage leads […]
The natural food flavors market is a dynamic and expanding market due to the increasing consumer demand for natural, healthy, new and sustainable products.
The Wipak Group has launched a new technology in response to the food industry’s increasing demand for more processing agility.
PepsiCo announced the eight emerging nutrition, health and wellness brands that will join its first collaborative incubator programme in Europe.
New film packaging has been developed by Coveris to support supermarket Co-op’s recent announcement that it plans to have 80% of its own brand packaging recyclable by 2020.
The Institute of Food Science & Technology (IFST) has released a new Sustainable Food System Framework: A Focus on Food Sustainability report.
The Carlsberg Group has launched its sustainability programme, Together Towards ZERO, with targets which will run up until 2030.
The RCMA Group has announced it is constructing a new rapeseed processing plant near Stratford upon Avon, UK.
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