Here is your roundup for the latest packaging news.
OPRL is adding crisp packets and metallised snack and chocolate wrappers to its specialist in-store recycling labelling in a move backed by WRAP.
Environmental charity WRAP’s pioneering work under the Courtauld Commitment keeps the UK on track to cut carbon, slash food waste and ease water insecurity.
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.
Food Waste Action Week (1-7 March) is being delivered through WRAPs well-known Love Food Hate Waste, along with cook, TV presentor and author Nadiya Hussain.
The ‘Look, Smell, Taste, Don’t Waste’ campaign educates and reminds consumers to trust their senses instead of just following “Best Before” date labels.
Covid-19 pandemic has sparked a new-found consumer awareness about the importance of food security.
The report analyses the EU’s progress on Food Loss and Waste (FLW) and sets out guidance for governments, industry, researchers and NGOs on how to reach this target.
UK events venue, Olympia London, is joining forces with the Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) to tackle food waste.
New insights from UK sustainability body WRAP, show that around 3.6 million tonnes of food waste worth £1.2 billion is created every year, before even leaving the farm.
Consistent collections are needed to reduce and recycle food waste, said ADBA in response to the government consultation on recycling.