The Packaging Forum has welcomed the New Zealand Government's move to phase out difficult-to-recycle and some single-use plastics. Find out more about the phase-out timeline...
As New Zealand plans to phase out non-compostable plastic labels by mid-2023, a Kiwi company is working on the development of a home-compostable fruit label.
A Swiss food testing company has launched a label which is designed to help consumers clearly identify authentic A2 milk products.
Ecolean won the beverage category for its Ecolean Air packaging together with Australian customer Bannister Downs Dairy's flavoured beverages.
Canadian researchers have developed a packaging film made from shellfish shells that can keep strawberries fresh for up to 12 days.
A Senate Inquiry into food labelling laws will investigate if terms such as 'meat-free mince' and 'vegan sausages' are allowed.
How can mushrooms be an ally in creating a biodegradable alternative to polystyrene?
Many consumers are willing to pay more for 'clean label' ready meals that have been processed using new technology, according to a new WSU study.
APCO and Planet Ark have launched the Australasian Recycling Label Consumer Insights Report 2021, which showed more than 50% of consumers check labels before recycling.
Tethered caps — closures that stay connected to the bottle when opened — are set to become mandatory in the EU by 2024. Sidel ran a survey to find out what consumers think...
Klӧckner Pentaplast (kp) makes sustainable and recyclable packaging for the fresh food sector, including the kp Elite range of modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) trays.
Proseal machines have enabled Chefgood to achieve greater throughput, handling around 35,000 trays every week.
Nestlé develops two new packaging innovations for its Vittel water bottles that function like traditional plastic bottles but use less plastic.