Consumers are expecting their coffee to be sustainable inside and out, starting with the way it is grown all the way to how it is packaged. Read about three winning packaging designs...
Increasingly, consumers are concerned about the environmental consequences of packaging, with many consumers preferring sustainable, eco-friendly options.
Papyrus Australia has recently completed a proof-of-concept trial which has demonstrated the commercial viability of using 100% refined banana fibre.
Mondelēz International has announced it will source recycled plastic using advanced recycling technology to use in a range of Australia's Cadbury chocolate blocks.
Elliott Absorbent Products has developed a thin high-absorbent range of sealed edge pads for fresh meat and fish.
Airnov's active packaging range has been expanded with new flavours of Aroma-Can drop-in canisters.
Australasian brewer Lion has pledged to eliminate plastic shrink-wrap from beer packaging within two years and transition away from plastic labels on beer bottles within the next decade.
DW Reusables' Bottlebee is a reusable bottlebridge designed to reduce waste and emissions.
Multisteps Industries has introduced a range of meat and seafood trays, which is compatible with all leading tray sealing platforms.
Syntegon and Huhtamaki develop a sustainable paper alternative to plastic blisters for tablets and capsules, which has won a German Packaging Award.
Different wines are suited to different wine closures, and the selection of closures can have an impact on a wine’s taste, quality and shelf-life.
Mondi collaborated with a food packaging specialist to develop an innovative paper bag with a bio-based coating for potatoes.
Mondi and Unilever have jointly developed a recyclable, paper-based packaging solution for one of Unilever's UK food brands.
For packaging to stand out it needs to be 'different' and innovative. Take a look at a couple of 'Marketing Design of the Year' category finalists for PIDA 2021.
The Absorpole from Absortech Groups is a carbon-neutral desiccant, which is suitable for use in containers being transported.