New AmPrima solutions for complex applications such as coffee and dairy are launching in April 2022.
PepsiCo Europe has announced that by 2030, it plans to eliminate virgin fossil-based plastic in all its crisp and chip bags.
The Automated Blowmolder Control System aids transition for German juice maker to 100% rPET bottles.
UK-based Nush Foods has relaunched its dairy-free cream cheese – made from almond milk – in recyclable cups with snap-on lids, made by Greiner Packaging.
As well as the company’s recyclable flexible solution now being used on baby food products, Switzerland-based Selig Flexibles has testing underway to achieve even greater recyclability for its films.
The bottles were produced as part of the Carbios global consortium to support the industrialisation of a technology that allows plastic to be endlessly recycled while maintaining properties virtually equivalent to virgin plastics.
Sealed Air has evolved its range of Cryovac brand TM-Ply top and bottom webs and made them recycle-ready.
Molson Coors in the UK is removing plastic rings and introducing a fully recyclable cardboard sleeve for can multipacks across all its major brands.
Sealed Air has developed a designed-for-recycling shrink packaging solution to support an increasing number of food companies moving to a circular economy.
UK-based Celebration Packaging is now able to offer customised reusable, microwavable hinged-lid food containers made from virgin PP for back of house/kitchen food prep applications.
Nestlé will introduce bio-based lids and scoops made from sugar cane and its by-product for a range of its nutrition products for babies & children as part of its net-zero commitments.
UK in-cup drinks specialist Brupac has moved over to using Greiner Packaging’s K3 cardboard-plastic packaging solution for its 12oz in-cup drinks range.
FEI Foods, in partnership with J M Packaging, has launched a recycle-ready, mono-material, ready-to-heat, stand-up food pouch for UK and European markets.