PepsiCo’s peppy sustainability strategy, “clean” machines for packaging foods and pharmaceuticals, and spirited beverage packages raised eyebrows with packaging professionals last month.
Gnarly Sports Nutrition’s switch from plastic bottles to a recyclable, preprinted steel can that’s a first in the category may prove refillable.
Sustainability and consumer insights inform more functional packaging designs for foodservice and ecommerce due to COVID-19 behavioral changes.
Here’s what you should know about SPRING, a new virtual think tank to help all stakeholders make effective decisions about sustainable packaging.
Pepsi's Cracker Jack cans; Mondelēz Upcycled Certified mark; Coca-Cola's label-less bottles; zero-carbon milk carton; France's plastic packaging ban; Nestlé Mexico's chemical recycling of flexible packaging.
Tipa provides microperforated compostable bags to Fresh Harvest in Atlanta that also extend product shelf life versus standard plastic bags.
Waddington Europe’s new MonoAir cushioning technology for rPET punnets is easier to recycle and uses less plastic while protecting soft fruit like strawberries.
Packaging design goodies for trick-or-treat time include Kit-Kat Chucky, Heinz “tomato blood” ketchup, paranormal vodka, and glow-in-the-dark Pringles cans.
The new transport system boasts an IP69K rating and is suitable for use in food and pharmaceutical operations.
Jackson’s installs a bagging line at a new Wisconsin plant while introducing an inspiring packaging redesign.