As part of its goal to eliminate 100% of current virgin plastic-based ring carriers from its product portfolio by the end of 2020, Hi-Cone is launching RingCycles – a multi-packaging solution that contains +50% post-consumer recycled (PCR) content.
British retailer, Marks & Spencer, has swapped out black plastic for semi-clear natural colour tubs for its range of minibite cakes, to make them more recyclable.
KHS Group has developed a Unit Mold Control, in order to optimise discrepancies that occur during the stretch blow moulding process of PET bottles
A bottle that gives water flavour without any additives was the winner at the first Food Marketplace event organised by the European Institute for Innovation and Technology (EIT), the European Union’s nutrition platform.
Faerch has expanded its Evolve range with the MAPET II and APET products for protein applications like fresh meat, poultry, fish and plant-based alternatives.
Dortmund systems provider, KHS is addressing the need for sustainable packaging with its new Beyond Juice concept: a fully recyclable juice bottle made of 100% recyclate.
Tetra Pak has joined the European Commission Graphene Flagship project as the representative from the packaging industry to explore possible future applications of graphene in food and beverage (F&B) manufacturing.
StePac, a manufacturer of packaging for fresh produce, has published its new sustainability strategy. Based on four pillars, the strategy mitigates the necessity of climate-positive plastic packaging, addressing the critical problem of food waste which globally, contributes to about 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions. “Plastic packaging plays a critical role in the fresh produce […]