These are all the posts that have been tagged with waste.
Highlights of MeetingPack2017 included packaging natural and healthy products with sensory quality, food waste reduction and respect for the environment.
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 Wipak Group has launched a new technology in response to the food industry’s increasing demand for more processing agility.
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 for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast will lead one of the world’s largest food safety projects across Europe and China.
The Carlsberg Group has launched its sustainability programme, Together Towards ZERO, with targets which will run up until 2030.
Insignia Technologies, a developer of labelling technology, has won global recognition for its Freshtag product.
Boardlink, the largest producer of resilient ovenable board ready meal trays, has announced an investment of £100,000 to increase its capacity.
The Trade Association Group, an umbrella body comprising the main organisations in the UK’s waste and resource management sector, has set out its priorities for the next government.
Here is your weekly round-up of processing news. Next week’s round-up will focus on shelf life news. To submit an item for inclusion, please contact Carly Wood at email@example.com.
Biscuit manufacturer Paterson Arran has received a national award for its commitment to reducing its impact on the environment.
Here is your weekly round-up of packaging news. Next week’s round-up will focus on processing news. To submit an item for inclusion, please contact Carly Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It was British Sandwich Week last week (14-20 May), but according to Mintel’s recently released British Lifestyles report, which tracks spending across all major consumer markets, bread use is going stale. Just one third (34 per cent) of Brits reporting eating sliced bread at least once a day in 2016 – down from 47 per cent in 2014.
Unilever has unveiled its new technology to recycle sachet waste. This technology, called CreaSolv Process, has been developed with the Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV in Germany and is inspired by an innovation used to recycle TV sets.