Australian Grape & Wine has criticised FSANZ over its mandatory pregnancy warning labels for wine, as they could cost the wine industry thousands.
With 60 speakers from nine countries, the provisional program for the biennial 2020 AIP Australasian Packaging Conference has now been released.
Beverage manufacturer Bickford's integrated a flexible aseptic PET production line in its facility, capable of producing 18,000 bottles per hour.
Prawn punnets and crab cling wrap could soon be a reality thanks to a plastic alternative innovation made from crustacean waste by three young Australian entrepreneurs.
Resealable packaging provides myriad benefits and is an important Save Food Packaging criteria, explains Nerida Kelton, Executive Director at AIP.
Asahi Soft Drinks is using KHS stretch blow moulding technology for bottling its Rokko water brand.
Unilever has collaborated with packaging supplier Mondi to produce a recyclable polypropylene mono-material pouch for the Knorr dry soup powder range.
Future Market Insights has predicted an increase in demand from food manufacturers for dual ovenable lidding films, due to their packing convenience and safety.
Edible films and wrappers that are made from food are starting to attract attention from larger food and beverage companies.
From sugar-coating processes to visual checks on chocolate, ProSweets Cologne 2020 will showcase some of the latest technologies for making sweets and snacks.
Penn State has created a composite film fused with an antimicrobial that is slowly released to kill pathogens such as Salmonella in packaged meats.