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The Journal of Applied Packaging Research is a useful and open resource with strong ties to packaging industry educators that's available free to anyone.

 


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When it comes to full disclosure about products and packaging, just do it, advises Eco-Insights blogger Robert Lilienfeld.

 

 


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An exclusive survey provides an overview to the market status, forecast, advice and points to several unusual projects in the packaging market.

 


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A panel of industry experts provides an inside look at smart packaging that can improve consumer engagement, operational costs and efficiencies and address food safety concerns.

 


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Do judge a PET bottle sustainably by its weight, but not in the way you may assume, advises Eco-Insights blogger Robert Lilienfeld.

 


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What does the FDA’s revision of the Nutrition and Supplement Facts Labels mean for your brand and package design? SGK’s Carol Best shares her views and advice.

 


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Want to know what the clean label fuss is all about, why it’s on-trend and what it means for packaging and graphics design?


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What’s the best way to reduce confusion and increase recycling rates for packaging?


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Can packaging and drug-delivery devices help reward patients for adherence? West Pharmaceutical Services is working with HealthPrize to find out.

 


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The best practices, applications and processes for a food packaging safety program have been created—they only await your advocacy.

 


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April 22 is the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, yet when it comes to municipal solid waste, packaging still gets a bad wrap. Eco-Insights blogger Bob Lilienfeld shares some good news in this regard.

 


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We have gathered together a virtual reunion of our Rising Stars who Packaging Digest has featured regularly since late last spring.


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A senior in Rutgers University’s packaging engineering program, Damen Soriente was selected as a Rising Star in Packaging by the school.


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Bosch Rexroth offers hands-on training courses for a variety of drive and controls to help machine manufacturers and operators most effectively use Rexroth


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According to our survey of aged 60+ packaging professionals, more than 75% have been working in packaging for 25 years or more. Their input reveals the highs and lows of work life as a seasoned packaging professional.


The Journal of Applied Packaging Research is a useful and open resource with strong ties to packaging industry educators that's available free to anyone.

 

Among other things, familiarity can also breed renewable resources when it...


When it comes to full disclosure about products and packaging, just do it, advises Eco-Insights blogger Robert Lilienfeld.

 

 

Forty years ago, when “nutritional transparency” was the issue du jour, food companies were concerned...


An exclusive survey provides an overview to the market status, forecast, advice and points to several unusual projects in the packaging market.

 

Exclusive survey results for packaging’s role in 3D printing indicates that while current...


A panel of industry experts provides an inside look at smart packaging that can improve consumer engagement, operational costs and efficiencies and address food safety concerns.

 

It’s enlightening when industry visionaries share what...


Do judge a PET bottle sustainably by its weight, but not in the way you may assume, advises Eco-Insights blogger Robert Lilienfeld.

 

Behold three 500-milliliter bottles of water. On the left is a local semi-premium brand; on the right...


What does the FDA’s revision of the Nutrition and Supplement Facts Labels mean for your brand and package design? SGK’s Carol Best shares her views and advice.

 

Carol Best, VP, Client Engagement, SGK, presents on the topic “Turning...


Want to know what the clean label fuss is all about, why it’s on-trend and what it means for packaging and graphics design? You can in this short debriefing from a food scientist and principal with The Clean Label Conferences.

 

As a...


What’s the best way to reduce confusion and increase recycling rates for packaging? According to Eco-Insights blogger Robert (Bob) Lilienfeld, we should start by leveling the playing field between national and store brands.

 

 

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Can packaging and drug-delivery devices help reward patients for adherence? West Pharmaceutical Services is working with HealthPrize to find out.

 

Even the best drug in the best container with the best delivery device can be rendered...


The best practices, applications and processes for a food packaging safety program have been created—they only await your advocacy.

 

I’ll apologize in advance for the preaching. I typically scour the internet for packaging safety...


April 22 is the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, yet when it comes to municipal solid waste, packaging still gets a bad wrap. Eco-Insights blogger Bob Lilienfeld shares some good news in this regard.

 

Warning: This...


We have gathered together a virtual reunion of our Rising Stars who Packaging Digest has featured regularly since late last spring. Represented are students (shown) from packaging programs at Cal Poly, Michigan State University, Rutgers...


A senior in Rutgers University’s packaging engineering program, Damen Soriente was selected as a Rising Star in Packaging by the school. You’ll know why after reading what he has to say about his experiences both within the program and without....


Bosch Rexroth offers hands-on training courses for a variety of drive and controls to help machine manufacturers and operators most effectively use Rexroth electric drive and...


According to our survey of aged 60+ packaging professionals, more than 75% have been working in packaging for 25 years or more. Their input reveals the highs and lows of work life as a seasoned packaging professional.

 

We’re all...


We are also registered with the FDA as a Small Business Enterprise (SBE). We have received commendation from regional and international corporations and have been awarded Approved Vendor designation from national and multi-national companies. Our...


The Joint Venture Program (JVP) is responsible for implementing the Prison Inmate Labor Initiative, Proposition 139, passed by the voters in 1990. Under its provisions, private businesses can set up operations inside California correctional...


Obelis European Authorized Representatives Center (O.E.A.R.C.) is a quality driven, service oriented company with over 20 years of experience with European Directives & Regulations providing European Authorized Representative services and “EU...


OPARC is known in the field for remarkable success in finding jobs for participants and ensuring success through ongoing training, guidance, and supervision. OPARC has trained and provided work opportunities for more than 300 developmentally...


The creation of the Wyoming Business Council in 1998 dramatically changed Wyoming's approach to economic development. Unlike the state's previous economic development efforts, this organization has a more corporate structure, incorporates private...


Decton is a leading provider of temporary, temp-to-hire and direct hire employment services with a network of offices strategically located throughout Southern California, Arizona, and Nevada. Our goal is to provide the most talented, motivated...


KANDU Industries has been providing work opportunities to people with disabilities for more than 40 years. This service enables KANDU workers to achieve their maximum potential and enjoy the dignity of being productive citizens. At KANDU, we're...


At Occupations, Family Empowerment Council, and New Dynamics Corporation we are committed to assist people in their journey to achieve their dreams.

It’s our mission to help people with diverse needs, to live in a safe environment where they...


The Saskatchewan Abilities Council is a registered charity and operates under the authority of The Non-Profit Corporations Act, 1995, of Saskatchewan. It is dedicated to providing programs and services to people with disabilities in Saskatchewan...

Wednesday, October 7, 2015 to Thursday, October 8, 2015

Philadelphia hosts the region's new annual packaging event, boosted by medical and other manufacturing-related co-located shows.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015 to Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Join the hoorah in Houston, as TexasPack 2015 brings you the latest in packaging products from top suppliers. Plus, the new 2-hour Learning Labs explore hot topics like 3D printing, quality in packaging and more.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 to Thursday, November 5, 2015

Your local midwest packaging event brings live demonstrations of the latest equipment, design ideas and expert speakers on hot topics such as 3D printing, design ideation and innovation, supplier quality and more.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015 to Thursday, November 19, 2015

Orlando, FL, is your best destination for packaging machinery, materials and services solutions. The SouthPack 2015 event assembles exhibits showing the latest products along with new 2-hour Learning Labs to feed your educational hunger.