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Flexible Packaging

Breaking News in Flexible Packaging December 2021

Article-Breaking News in Flexible Packaging December 2021

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Magnetic inks aid recycling sortation, playful paper pouches, compostable stand-up pouch for Georgian Bay Granola, and more.

If you’re interested in an informative and fast read on flexible packaging, this is for you — a curated compilation of newsbites drawn from Twitter. 

These include pouches, bags, films, and other types of flexibles from stakeholders in this market and from the Twitter feeds of sister publications Packaging Digest and PlasticsToday for December 2021. Click here to view the latest flexible packaging news.

EPR for flexible circularity.

pFIBRE’s vision for biodegradable films.

Emerging methods of advanced recycling to rethink flex-pack circularity.

Flex-pack sustainability analysis.

Magnetic inks for sleeve labels can optimize recycling sortation of packaging.

ProAmpac acquires Prairie State Group.

CEFLEX plans next-gen flexible packaging recycling plant.

Righteous Felon’s playful paper pouches.

Compostable spice pouches made from jute fiber.

Nova Chemical speeds development of sustainable multilayer flexible packaging.

C-P Flexible Packaging develops compostable stand-up pouch for Georgian Bay Granola.

Hunter’s chips packaging and EPP win in FPA awards.

FPA’s FlexPack news cites how recent recycling proposals are alarming.

Seal Air talks flexible packaging efficency and circularity.

Henkel earns RecyClass certification.

If you'd like to see more, check out Breaking News in Flexible Packaging November 2021


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