Packaging giants partner to develop more sustainable food packaging solution which can reduce plastics by up to 85%.
HERMA US Inc, the subsidiary of HERMA GmbH, has introduced a self-adjusting system for high-precision top labelling.
With the commercial launch of combismile in Europe, brands and producers can differentiate themselves and stand out in a competitive on-the-go market in fully recyclable cartons.
An emphasis on simplicity, health and premium positioning is reflected in the clean lines of Ardagh’s tall, slender 33cl sleek manufactured in the UK, which The Naked Collective has adopted for its whole product range.
Specialty inks that are popular among consumers for driving interest on packaging for beer, soda and candy are now also feasible for fountain cups, as a result of Chromatic Technologies’ invention of solvent-specialty inks.
Ahead of World Environment Day (5 June), Pro Carton has launched the third animation in its ‘The Carton Campaigners’ series, this time explaining the benefits of renewable packaging materials.
The University of Portsmouth is introducing a virtual symposium, Futures for Food, on 28 May 2020.
Making the jars 100% plastic free, Whole Earth has removed the plastic tamper seal on all its glass jars.
The launch of the capsules follows the introduction of new fully recyclable boxes for Nespresso machines.
Beverage cans create new consumption occasions for the famous Italian spring water brand.
Greiner Packaging offers its customers an end-to-end solution – the cup and lid can be manufactured together.