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Europe: Tetra Evero Aseptic wins WorldStar Award

Tetra Pak has won a WorldStar Award for its Tetra Evero Aseptic package, an aseptic carton bottle for ambient milk. The international award from the...

Europe: Plants as nanocellulose resource

Imagine a completely natural, abundant and easily renewable material that could feasibly be used to make lightweight car and aeroplane parts, strengthen building materials,...

Europe: Krones, Erema partner on PET recycling lines

Krones and Erema Engineering Recycling Maschinen und Anlagen will together incorporate the technical expertise of both companies into the planning and design of PET...

Europe: Program develops green, biodegradable packages

Aimplas Plastic Technology Centre in Spain has created barrier, multilayer and transparent packages with a cost 25% lower than conventional ones, with a lower...

Europe: Gualapack releases green snack pouch for children

Erdbär Freche Freunde has launches an eco-friendly, premade multi-layer laminated snack pouch with spout and cap for children in Germany. The pouch is mainly made...

Europe: What’s next for sustainable sourcing, asks summit

Sustainable sourcing has become fashionable in the food industry, with a growing number of companies making such commitments. However, the increasing number of sustainability...

Asia Pacific: Toyo Ink Group companies exhibits in China

China—Shanghai Toyo Ink Mfg and its sister subsidiaries in China and Japan will jointly exhibit packaging and printing solutions at the 6th All in...

Africas: Woolworths’ to get FSC-certified labels

Avery Dennison Corporation and Rotolabel will provide responsibly-sourced label materials for Woolworths South Africa. In this collaboration, Avery Dennison will provide Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified...

Europe: PET ‘glass’ for novel drinking experience

M&H Plastics has created the Quaffer glass to allow bars to mix various drinks in equal measure with one floating on the top of...

Americas: US retailer uses Uflex’s packaging solution for chips

US-based Whole Foods Market has repackaged its tortilla chips with India’s Uflex to prevent product spoilage, wastage whilst maintaining a green look. Whole Foods Market...
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