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Breaking News in Flexible Packaging May 2023

Sirane tests HP Indigo 200K digital printer, ProAmpac's new PE-based film, Mexico's advanced recycling plant for flexibles, biodegradable film from pineapple stems, algae-film wrapped coffee balls, Mondi's paper pallet wrap.

May 31, 2023

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If you’re interested in an informative and fast read on the subject of flexible packaging, this is for you — an all-in-one location for a steady stream of curated news and developments in this dynamic market for May 2023.

You’ll find regularly updated news and developments in the ever-widening world of applications for pouches, bags, films, and other types of flexible packaging sourced from supplier breakthroughs, brand launches, and other advances of interest. The content is selected from Tweets by stakeholders in the flexible packaging supply chain supplemented by content drawn from the Twitter feeds of sister publications Packaging Digest and PlasticsToday

May's flexible packaging news includes Sirane tests HP Indigo 200K digital printer, ProAmpac's new PE-based film, Greenback Earth opens advanced recycling plant for flexible packaging in Mexico with Nestlé,  biodegradable film from pineapple stems, algae-film wrapped coffee balls, Mondi's paper pallet wrap, edible packaging made from peas, sevent soccer field surface made using recycled PepsiCo/Frito-Lay’s snacks bags opens near Cairo,  world's largest nanofibrillated cellulose for products including bioplastics and thin films opens in Canada, AIMPLAS researching PHA-based barrier coatings for bioplastics, and much more.

The current month is here: Breaking News in Flexible Packaging June 2023

Video: Sirane is testing the HP Indigo 200K digital printing system as a way to transform the flexible packaging market.

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ProAmpac introduces PE-based recyclable film, the ProActive Recyclable R-2200D Easy-Peel Open for food.

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Greenback Earth opens advanced recycling plant for flexible packaging in Mexico with Nestlé that leverages Enval Ltd. microwave technology.

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Researchers create a biodegradable film using leftover pineapple stems.

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Migros’ new coffee machine uses compostable coffee balls made of compressed coffee held together by a thin film made from algae.

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Mondi’s 100% recyclable paper wrapping system replaces film wraps to unitize pallet loads.

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Did mom ever tell you to eat your peas? Now you can eat packaging made from peas.

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Flexible packaging growth remains unaffected by bans, study reports.

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New film for biodegradable food packaging.

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Flexible Plastic Fund spokesperson Gareth Morton dives into the flexible plastic recycling problem: why is it so challenging and what’s the solution?

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Packioli soap packaging is made from artichoke leaves and pea pod bioplastics.

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For one thing, that’s a sharp-looking gin pouch. And just as interesting, the cool-looking pouch is recycled.

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Seventh soccer field surface made using recycled PepsiCo/Frito-Lay’s snacks bags opens near Cairo.

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Performance Biofilaments to begin commercial production in Canada of world’s largest nanofibrillated cellulose for products including bioplastics and thin films.

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AIMPLAS researching PHA-based barrier coatings for bioplastics.

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Circularity leaders launch PRFLEX, a collaboration to optimize the recycling system for flexible plastic packaging in Canada.

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Study: fastest growing market for protective packaging will be in flexible packaging including protective mailers, air pillows, and other ecommerce order fulfillment formats.

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SABIC, Estiko Packaging Solutions, and Coldwater Prawns of Norway team up to introduce flexible packaging made with 60% ocean-bound plastic.

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Stretch film manufacturer Paragon Films breaks ground to expand its facility in North Carolina.

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Research: packaging foods using polysaccharide-based edible films.

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Coca-Cola invested in new recycling tech converting hard-to-process plastics including films into food-grade plastic for bottles.

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Trade publication says “digital flexible packaging stole the show at Interpack”.

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Color-changing biodegradable wrap alerts consumers to food spoilage.

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Borealis Group highlights monomaterial pouch made of 95+% polypropylene.

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Winpak and Aisa partner to introduce the SqueezPOD, an innovative food packaging that’s light as a pouch and functional as a bottle.

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Nova Chemicals and Pregis partnered to develop flexible food packaging made of recycled polyethylene.

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UPM Specialty Papers co-creates a sustainable, fiber-based sack suitable for pet food applications of up to 20kg/44.1 pound with industrial sack manufacturer Fiorini Packaging.

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In Japan, tamarind seed gum is being developed into a biodegradable plastic for applications including flexible food packaging.

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ExxonMobil, Cyclyx, Sealed Air, and Ahold Delhaize USA demo advanced recycling that turns plastic waste into food-grade films with plans for scaling.

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"Revolutionary" digital printing press for flexible food packaging.

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Ineos claims a world's first for flexible packaging made from more than 50% recycled plastic.

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Folex introduces glare-free film that enhances screen readability with high transparency.

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Transparent Vapor Deposition Films for Medical Packaging Market forecast to reach $6.1 billion by 2028 at a CAGR of 3.6%.

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Together with Schneider Electric, Koehler Paper is introducing sustainable flexible packaging made of paper for the first time.

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Nova Chemicals’ fully recyclable BOPE-HD film is available globally as a sustainable alternative to mixed material films for flexible packaging.

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Kroger has recycled more than one million pieces of flexible packaging.

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Jolly Rancher Gummies pouches limited-edition street art packaging feature local artists designs for three US cities.

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Twist-wrap packaging for sweets and other markets is growing at a 5.5% CAGR.

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