Kellogg’s plan to remove excess air from cereal packs is a positive step towards minimising waste, reducing costs and preventing contamination, according to ULMA Packaging UK.
Dortmund-based KHS Group has developed its new Innopack Kisters CNP (Carton Nature Packer) that processes can toppers made of cardboard at a rate of up to 108,000 cans per hour.
Coca-Cola’s Fuze Tea is the first brand in the iced tea category to switch to more sustainable carton packs by using SIG’s carton packs with the innovative SIGNATURE packaging material.
Graphic Packaging International has collaborated with Mergulo, which produces a premium plant-based butter alternative, to deliver an innovative sustainable paperboard packaging solution.
Stora Enso and packaging technology company Pulpex have joined forces to industrialise the production of eco-friendly paper bottles and containers made from wood fibre pulp.
UK-based Celebration Packaging has launched its proven disposable and fully recyclable paper cutlery range in convenient retail packs.
Foresight Group LLP has invested £4 million into MRMK, a specialist UK manufacturer of machine knives for the food production and packaging industries.
Clearly Drinks has begun production on a new canning facility and one of the first products off the line will be Northumbria Spring, pure British spring water.
ULMA Packaging UK has recently developed a more sustainable Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) solution for low-height sliced products like meat and cheese.
Sente Foundry is launching its new startup programme in partnership with leading food product development company Griffith Foods, global food and retail company Yildiz Holding, and leading ingredients company Ingredion.
Graphic Packaging International has partnered with Estrella Damm to replace 100% of its plastic shrink wrap packaging with paperboard alternatives on multipack cans.
New research from 3 Sided Cube reveals strong consumer sentiment for green action as global warming surges towards 1.5 degrees.
With brands and retailers increasingly offering refillable packaging as alternatives to single use models, OPRL is launching a new labelling range to support consumers in adopting new behaviours.