These are all the posts that have been tagged with technology.
Coca-Cola Turkey has launched its new summer promotional range, making use of thermochromic inks to add colour and function to ten new aluminium beverage can designs.
Bosch has announced its decision to look for a buyer for its packaging machinery business (PA), specifically the pharmaceuticals and food units of the Packaging Technology division.
Crown Bevcan Europe & Middle East is launching its CrownConnect technology in conjunction with FACT – an all-natural sparkling drink. Each can will be marked with a 2D unique scannable code.
Nestlé has unveiled plans to create a 638,000sq ft distribution centre at the new East Midlands Gateway Logistics Park in Leicestershire, UK.
It’s official – Carly has left the building (packed off with an array of baby gifts and our very best wishes.)
Primera Technology, manufacturer of specialised digital colour printers, has announced LX910e, its newest desktop colour label printer.
‘Love Food, Hate Waste’ is the theme of the lecture from Helen Munday, chief scientific officer of the Food & Drink Federation (FDF) to be delivered at this year’s Society of Food Hygiene and Technology (SOFHT) ‘Summer Soirée’.
This year, global coding and marking solutions provider Linx Printing Technologies appointed Jose Gomez as managing director following the retirement of Nigel Hood. Gomez joins following 17 years with fellow Danaher business Videojet. Here, he discusses teaching, travelling and track and trace technology
Laura Clews looks at the growing movement of cell-cultured meat and the ethical and moral issues, as well as the importance of technology and intellectual property, in this area.
In the increasingly competitive food and drink industry, more manufacturers are harnessing digital technology to streamline their processes, explains Lucy Pamment
According to new research, the majority of British people expect that the traditional beef burger will be overtaken by meat-free alternatives in just 20 years’ time.
A Welsh consortium has secured £350,000 of research and development funding to help tackle childhood obesity using apples.
It’s just a quick one from me this week as I prepare for a new chapter in my life: parenthood. I am expecting my first baby in a matter of weeks and will begin maternity leave on Friday (15th).
A team of students from the University of Nottingham has won the gold prize at Ecotrophelia UK with their spicy BBQ flavoured savoury snack.