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Europe: Austrian coffee roaster uses green coffee capsules

Active packaging manufacturer Alpla and materials manufacturer Golden Compound have launched a biodegradable coffee capsule that can be disposed of in a home compost. The...

Europe: Nestlé pledges increase in recycled plastics

By 2025, bottles, PET layer in laminates, caps on glass jars and tins, trays for meat products and shrink films for display trays will...

Europe: Parliament recognises the good bioplastics bring

The European Parliament’s report on the European Strategy for Plastics adopted recently by the plenary testifies to the increasing acknowledgement and endorsement of the...

Europe: Packaging beer cans with adhesive dots

The Carlsberg Group is using KHS subsidiary NMP System's Nature MultiPack to combine its beverage cans with adhesive dots instead of shrink-wrapping, hi-cone rings...

Americas: PepsiCo joins Alliance on sustainable packaging

PepsiCo has joined the NaturALL Bottle Alliance, a research consortium formed in 2017 by Danone, Nestlé Waters and bio-based materials development company Origin Materials...

Americas: Ball reports green wins

In line with the level of decarbonization required to keep the average global temperature increase below 2 degrees Celsius compared to pre-industrial temperatures, Ball...

Asia Pacific: Chinaplas on smart manufacturing, lightweight trends

Reducing resource consumption and packaging-waste at the source is not exactly a new idea, and lightweighting has been gathering momentum in recent years, according...

Asia Pacific: China boost demand for virgin plastics material, analyst

Global demand for polyethylene (PE), the world’s most used plastic, has nearly doubled since 1999, according to information provider IHS Markit. It states global demand...

Europe: Packaging needs to ‘speak’, said DLG

Consumer desire is a fundamental driver for change in the food sector as this has a direct influence on production processes and subsequent packaging,...

Europe: Coveris offers green, plastic-free sandwich skillet

Coveris unveils a plastic-free sandwich skillet that is more easily recycled within the UK infrastructure. The skillet uses sustainably sourced materials including a plastic-free, transparent...
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