Packaging

Egg redesign to remove 16 tonnes of plastic Easter packaging at...

Asda is introducing a new Easter egg range packaged in 98% less plastic as part of its ongoing sustainability commitment. The chocolate eggs inside the...

Kite Packaging offer an extensive range of high-quality tapes for different...

A wide selection of carriers (tape material) and adhesive are available as well as a custom print and coloured tape range. Carrier (tape material) Polypropylene is...

Tesco scraps plastic from tinned multipacks

Tesco is removing all plastic from tinned food multipacks in a move that’s expected to eliminate sixty-seven million pieces of plastic. Instead of plastic wrap...

Signed. Sealed. Delivered.

With the increased customer focus on postable items such as health foods, drinks and gifts, UK plastic bottle manufacturers Measom Freer have developed its...

Nestlé investing £1.59bn to accelerate sustainable packaging solutions

Nestlé is aiming to accelerate the development of sustainable packaging solutions by investing up to CHF 2 billion (£1.59bn) to lead the shift from...

Lidl removing cartoon characters from own-brand cereal range

Lidl GB is removing cartoon characters from its own-brand cereal ranges in a bid to encourage healthier choices and to tackle ‘pester power’. Effective from...

Valio to test renewable wood fibre lids for dairy products

Dairy maker, Valio, is working together with fellow Finnish business, the pulp and paper manufacturer, Stora Enso, to test biocomposite in food packaging. Together, the...

Oatly switch to renewable packaging for frozen dessert range

Oatly, the Swedish vegan brand, has switched its frozen non-dairy dessert range to sustainable packaging after partnering with Evergreen Packaging. Oatly Frozen, which is made...

See 4Sight in action at AutoCoding and SICK UK event

AutoCoding Systems and SICK UK are holding two one day events where they’ll be demonstrating their new innovation in vision, the 4Sight automatic print...

1bn problematic single use plastic will be eliminate by end of...

One billion problematic and unnecessary single use plastic items will be eliminated by the end of 2020, so says the first annual report and...

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