Rising demand for at-home meal kits during the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted the gourmet food industry to turn to single-serve flexible packaging.
Packaging and labelling errors on food products are causing too many allergic reactions and rules need to tighten, according to a University of Melbourne researcher.
Zip-Pak has been offering reclosure/reseal solutions for flexible packaging for many years and it believes some could even help to solve waste challenges.
The SpeedStar Compact hot-melt adhesive application head from Robatech has small installation dimensions and provides speed and high precision over its service life.
Researchers have developed DNA-barcoded microbial spores that can be used for tagging and tracking agricultural products from their point of origin.
Heat and Control and Oxipack are set to bring innovative non-destructive leak detection solutions for packaging to Australia and New Zealand.
US researchers have examined more than 20 studies and found that warning labels on sugary drinks led to consumers making healthier drink choices.
BASF and Red Avenue New Materials Group have signed an agreement, enabling Red Avenue to produce and sell PBAT materials in China.
Syntegon Technology and BillerudKorsnäs have designed Shaped Paper Pods, a sustainable packaging solution for the food and cosmetics industries.
The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) and thinkstep-anz will host a webinar on 23 June 2020, addressing Cradle to Cradle certification and LCA.
The Sealtick TSE6089L is a leak testing device, designed to ensure packages are sealed against moisture, oxygen and contamination.
US researchers have come together with the goal of clarifying the lack of science behind food date labels, and in the process reduce food waste.