Packaging

Restricting milk labelling on dairy alternatives ‘unnecessary’, says PBDA

The FDA’s efforts to restrict milk labelling in the US would be “unnecessary, costly and unconstitutional” says the Plant Based Foods Association (PBDA). The association...

Nestlé ice cream brand joins Loop reusable packaging initiative

Nestlé brand Häagen-Dazs has become the official ice cream partner for the pilot Loop project in New York launching sometime over the next few...

Kite Packaging provides ultimate segmented in-the-box protection

Kite Packaging has extended its in-the-box packaging offering by introducing new innovative dividers. A dynamic, recyclable packing solution, these self-locking universal dividers are the perfect...

Kite Packaging welcome West Midlands Mayor to Coventry site

Kite Packaging recently welcomed West Midlands Mayor Andy Street to its Regional Distribution Centre in Coventry. The Kite Packaging team said they were “delighted” to show...

Lightweight ‘stealth’ caps launching on Müller milk products

A new lightweight recyclable “stealth” milk caps using 13% less plastic material is being rolled out by dairy company Müller in the UK. The new...

Waitrose removes black plastic from hundreds of own label products

Black plastic has been removed from hundreds of products according to Waitrose & Partners as part of the retailer’s aim make its own-label range...

Mash Direct phasing out black plastic packaging

In a move designed to align its operations closer to changing consumer preferences, Northern Ireland’s Mash Direct is phasing out black plastic packaging. The move...

Qualvis promotes premium gifting appeal of Qube

Carton packaging manufacturer Qualvis has sent this year sent its customers a unique Qube carton pack this Christmas as part of a corporate gifting...

How is the most expensive food in the world packaged?

In the age of sustainable packaging and a heavy focus on recycling, it would be reasonable to assume that the biggest brands on the...

UK fund to transform food scraps into sustainable packaging

New government funding could see food scraps in the UK transformed into environmentally-friendly plastic bags and cups in a bid to boost sustainable packaging. Innovators...

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