KP Snacks launches UK recycling scheme for snack packaging

British snack maker KP Snacks is launching a nationwide recycling scheme for nuts, popcorn, crisps and pretzels packets. The scheme is run in partnership with...

Sleaford Quality Foods makes green packaging pledge

Sleaford Quality Foods (SQF), the cross-category supplier of multiple packaged foods, has unveiled a pledge to ensure all its packaging is recyclable or compostable...

Nespresso making coffee capsules more sustainable

It’s no secret that single-serve coffee capsules are an environmental nightmare, but now Nespresso is aiming to make the industry more sustainable. The coffee specialist...

Quinn Packaging enabling environmental benefits of recycling black plastic

New technological advances from Ireland’s Quinn Packaging promises to enable the environmental benefits of recycling black plastics to be fully realised. The plastic food packaging...

British consumers call for clearer labelling on plastic packaging

Almost half of British shoppers would like to see labelling on products in retail and grocery stories identifying that plastic-free packaging is marked accordingly,...

Durham Box invests in digital

Durham Box have never been afraid to make bold business decisions in order to grow their business and keep up with customer demand. Its factory...

Kite Packaging introduces dynamic gummed paper tape dispenser

As its environmental drive continues to flourish, Kite Packaging has developed a new gummed paper tape dispenser to add to its online offering. The new...

i2r launch ground-breaking foil tray design

i2r Packaging Solutions has unveiled an innovative aluminium smoothwall product that is set to shake-up the food packaging industry. The patent protected and design registered,...

Macpac launching Breakdown PET at Packaging Innovations

This year’s Packaging Innovations will see Macpac present Breakdown PET, a packaging solution that naturally decomposes in a few years rather than centuries. The material,...

Valio deploying plant-based cartons beyond dairy

Finnish dairy maker Valio has confirmed that all of its milk, sour milk, cream and yoghurt cartons sold in Finland are now 100% plant-based. Back...

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