Select Equip and its suppliers have been focusing on sustainability for the last few years, introducing flexible, innovative packaging systems that have been developed by engineers to reduce scrap waste, weigh accurately and package efficiently.
The Jet Technologies recyclable sparkling wine hood is made from 100% biocompatible material.
Miguel Campos of food packaging supplier Advanta explains how to safely use aluminium packaging in a household microwave.
SIG is now using foil certified by the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) for its aseptic carton packs.
So which Easter tradition came first? The packaging or the egg? The answer is of course not that surprising (it's the egg).
The food packaging industry is busy redesigning, reinventing and challenging the status quo in order to develop smarter packaging.
AUSPACK 2019, which wrapped up in Melbourne at the end of March, has been hailed as a success, with a 25% increase in the number of visitors to nearly 8000.
Researchers are calling for stricter regulations on food product labelling and marketing in the children's food market to avoid confusion and reduce the rising rates of childhood obesity.
KHS's FreshSafe PET technology offers a wafer-thin protective layer of chemically pure glass on the inside wall of the PET container.
Dolav Plastic Products has developed the Dolav DFLC, a large pallet box that can be disassembled into five components — four sides and a base — and folded flat when empty.
Food scientists are researching packaging and processing methods using the latest technologies to improve the shelf life of the delicate raspberry.
Of the 100 Australian food recalls in 2018, 46 were due to undeclared allergens, according to data from Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ).
The dimensions of the Tetra Classic Aseptic 65ml Cube package have been designed to allow every six packages to form a cube, optimising the use of space in distribution and storage.
The Volpak Standcap lightweight, inverted convenience pouch solution can be used for a variety of products, including dairy creamy products, sauces and condiments.
EFSA is launching a public consultation on the draft update of its 2005 risk assessments of five phthalates that can be used in food contact items.