As consumers demand a reduction in food additives, Cornell University research is underway to improve 'active packaging' that reduces the need for preservatives.
Mondi has created a recyclable polypropylene film that is suitable for the thermoforming of flexible films for modified atmosphere packaging and vacuum packaging.
Millie is a 250 mL glass bottle designed to contain precisely two servings of fruit in the form of no sugar added fruit juice.
From opening to serving, the ergonomics of food packaging can sometimes be the difference between a product's failure and success.
Jet Technologies, in partnership with Vinventions, has released the SUBR F7 biodegradable wine cork.
Research has revealed that Australia's Health Star Rating system is flawed, as products high in salt, sugar and fat score too highly due to loopholes in the algorithm.
As supermarket giant Tesco axes fresh food counters at 90 of its stores, Miguel Campos at Advanta explains why this isn’t a demonstration of cutting costs, but adapting to customer needs.
A chewing gum package was designed for Mondelēz International using the 100 mL Pharma bottle from RPC Market Rasen and the Pharma Secure closure from RPC Massmould.
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.
The food packaging industry is busy redesigning, reinventing and challenging the status quo in order to develop smarter packaging.
So which Easter tradition came first? The packaging or the egg? The answer is of course not that surprising (it's the egg).
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.