In caring for COVID-19 and other patients, Nurse Vanessa Warner relies on sterile packaging to keep critical medical products safe for use. And, for that, she’d like to thank you. But she also has an ask.
Plastic film ban for produce can increase environmental harm: every ton of food waste prevented by packaging saves 4.2 tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) equivalent.
Who’s embracing recyclable aluminum cans for sustainability and new graphic designs that pop? Stalwarts like PepsiCo (twice) and Coors and newcomers like Machu Picchu.
Think of it. The virtual world opens up new scenarios for customized packaging experiences, virtual unboxing, and testing new designs.
Serialization track-and-trace technology — well used and proven by the pharmaceutical sector to combat counterfeiting — is now making substantial inroads into other markets, like foods and luxury goods.
Market research firm FMI predicts the market will expand to $6.5 billion in the next eight years, aided by a COVID-driven shift toward increased food safety.
Systems that create popular flexible primary packages, as well as boost the output of secondary packaging applications, can be seen in person.
Major packaging supplier seeks start-up companies to pitch innovations ala Shark Tank or Dragon’s Den.
Frito-Lay will debut new commercially compostable packaging — made from 85% renewable plant materials — at a popular music and art festival this April.
Special-edition packaging that brings a fresh take on a baseball institution supports and celebrates women in sports.