Food producers are relying on food packaging suppliers for sustainable packaging materials, to meet Australia's 2025 National Packaging Targets.
Brownes Dairy will replace its existing milk cartons with a plant-based, fully recyclable alternative, with a protective layer made from sugar cane.
Nestlé intends to achieve zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 and limit the global temperature rise to 1.5°C.
Analysis by Frost & Sullivan reveals that reductions in material usage and more sustainable, durable and lighter-weight packaging solutions are key drivers to support market development.
To celebrate its partnership with NZ-based energy company Meridian, Garage Project has released a pale ale made using 100% renewable energy.
Tetra Pak has now delivered over 500 billion packages bearing the FSC logo, contributing to their target to deliver all future packages with the FSC logo.
IDF has published guidelines to help professionals achieve sustainable dairy wastewater management through the treatment and valorisation of wastewater.
Research from GlobalData indicates that consumers are opting to buy products with no plastic packaging over products with recycled or biodegradable plastic.
New research from RMIT and Empauer reveals that packaging can reduce food waste, mitigating the $20 billion of fresh produce wasted in Australia every year.
The Nine Mile Fresh apple processing and packing facility in South East Gippsland has installed industrial solar power stations to minimise energy bills.
Castlegate James Australasia is seeking greater volumes of by-products from food manufacturers for its livestock feed processes.
Three food industry businesses have called on sustainable food systems expert Mark Barthel to help tackle food waste.