The packaging industry must keep an open mind and invest in sustainable ways to reduce materials waste, but it will be an ongoing process – says an industry spokesperson.
SIG is the first in the industry to offer a market-ready alternative to plastic straws, announcing today that a paper straw solution will be delivered to first customers in the first quarter of 2019.
Last year, Ultimate Packaging began working with International Procurement and Logistics (IPL), to help Asda supermarket deliver on its pledge to reduce plastic by 10%.
Contract manufacturer SternMaid has upgraded the equipment at its Wittenburg’s Plant 2 with a new powder blender.
A new grab and go granola/yogurt snack pack has been launched onto the European market by Irish company Truly Yours.
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 […]
Berlin Packaging, a supplier of plastic, glass and metal containers and closures, has opened a new mega-warehouse in Ontario, California.
Nestlé has announced it is creating an Institute of Packaging Sciences, which will be dedicated to the discovery and development of functional, safe and environmentally friendly packaging solutions.