Packaging sustainability has advanced in 2020, despite the year’s almost insurmountable health, social, and economic challenges. The industry has taken deep strides in flexible packaging recycling, circular economy commitments, and plastic waste...
Many flexible packages may claim they are recyclable, but far fewer truly are — here are five ways to ensure that your recycling claims are valid.
New standard EVO and high-strength EVOX shrink films from Clysar are store drop-off recyclable with grocery bags and other approved polyethylene packaging materials.
Startup that sterilizes pouches of high-quality food at 140°F to reduce energy use and processing costs has some familiar backers.
The latest flexible packaging materials and machines will be showcased during Pack Expo Connects 2020, November 9 to 13.
Preprinted forming-web graphics that can replace an applied label permit eye-catching branding, a QR code, or other artwork on the side of thermoform packages.
Nestlé’s European rollout for cat food showcases a popular packaging format made more sustainable through recyclability.
LifeFuels’ Smart Bottle system is adding dissolvable film packs printed with an edible-ink QR code.
An update on Nova Chemicals’ HD-BOPE resin that enables the production of recyclable barrier materials for food packaging, ecommerce, and other markets.
A food bank’s breathable film supplied by Dow preserves produce shelf life up to four times longer to benefit those in need and is at-store recyclable.