The Plant Based Foods Association (PBFA) has responded on behalf of its 130 members to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s proposals to change the use of dairy names for plant-based alternatives.
With news of tougher food labelling laws being proposed to prevent further deaths of people with allergies, new research has found that a staggering 55% of UK consumers have unintentionally consumed food restricted from their diet.
Allergen food labels are a source of confusion for today’s Brits according to latest research from Mintel, as only 37% of consumers agree that it is easy to identify which allergens a product is free from by its label.
Flexible Packaging Europe (FPE) presents new toolkit looking at the sustainability of flexible packaging.
Videojet Technologies, a coding, marking and printing solutions provider, has introduced an optional Scan2Run functionality for its Videojet 1860 continuous inkjet (CIJ) printer.
Contract manufacturer SternMaid has upgraded the equipment at its Wittenburg’s Plant 2 with a new powder blender.
Algaia and Gelymar have announced a new, long-term commercial and development agreement together. As of January 2019, Algaia, a produce of alginate and speciality algae extracts, will not only continue to represent Gelymar in Europe for carrageenan (red seaweed extracts), but both companies have also decided to use a joint commercialisation channel in the US. […]
A new grab and go granola/yogurt snack pack has been launched onto the European market by Irish company Truly Yours.
Tetra Pak is to become the first company in the food and beverage carton industry to offer full-colour digital printing on its carton packages, working in collaboration with Koenig & Bauer.
Last year, Nestlé committed to make 100% of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025, with a particular focus on avoiding plastic-waste, and has now laid out its plans to achieve it. Nestlé, who owns more than 2,000 brands, has pledged to phase out all plastics that are not recyclable or are hard to recycle […]