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Stora Enso and Sulapac have joined forces to develop renewable and sustainable straws in a bid to combat the billions thrown away every year.
Unilever has this week announced that it is acquiring GSK’s Indian Horlicks nutrition business, seeing off its main rival for the deal, Nestlé.
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) is making a new strategic investment to purchase from Loop Industries a supply of 100% recycled PET (rPET) plastic to accelerate the increased use of recycled materials in the creation of its bottles.
UK-based Huel has announced the launch of its Huel Ready-to-drink, which it says is a nutritionally complete meal, pre-blended for convenience in two flavours – vanilla and berry.
Nestlé has revealed its stockpiling plans as it warns of “severe consequences” of a no-deal Brexit next March.
Zumosol has re-launched its organic juices in 1 litre aseptic Pure-Pak Sense cartons with natural brown board from Elopak.
Barry Callebaut Beverages UK has added a new product to its popular Classic drinks range, a hot chocolate with less sugar.
KHS has announced the winner of its student awards for innovative packaging designs.
The diaries of food and drink industry folk, myself included, are always packed at this time of year.
Kopparberg has introduced its premium draught variant, Kopparberg Black in an exclusive ‘KopparKeg’ format, for a limited time only.
Mondi Kalenobel continues to establish itself as a packaging innovator in the ice cream world, by producing a paper ice cream cone sleeve that contains a clear plastic window, allowing the consumer to see the sugar wafer cone underneath.
Givaudan has been developing new flavour ingredients in response to the global drive towards sugar reduction.
Ardo has upgraded its processing plants with PolarVision technology to continue ensuring food safety and quality of its products.