The company won awards for the Food and Beverage Sector and Outstanding Achievement in Packaging Design at APCO's annual awards.
The 'Introduction to Sustainable Packaging Design' course aims to help businesses answer 'war on waste' questions.
The grains used to flavour your coffee may become another person's biodegradable cup in the future, thanks to a Macquarie PhD student.
The six-week trial of Ooho! seaweed-based sauce sachets is part of efforts to reduce the amount of plastic waste in the UK, especially from takeaways.
ALDI US has committed to providing consistent and transparent on-package recycling information on its exclusive brand products.
A Brand Audit is one of APCO's core initiatives designed to ensure businesses of all sizes are meeting their sustainable packaging obligations.
For the First Time, your customers will be able to receive their produce in Plastic Packaging Supplies made from Landfill-biodegradable Material.
Arla Foods has highlighted its commitment to sustainability by choosing the first aseptic carton pack to be 100% linked to plant-based renewable material.
The commodities that one would expect go to waste most easily — meat and dairy — have the lowest percentage waste. Why is this?
Coles has announced 10 commitments regarding food waste, packaging and recycling, including reducing plastic wrapping on fruit and vegetables.
A Dutch supermarket has opened the world’s first plastic-free food aisle and it is likely that more supermarkets will follow this trend; so what are the alternatives to plastic food packaging?
The AIP's half-day training course entitled 'The Role of Packaging in Minimising Food Waste' is being run in Thailand on 14 June.
Fifteen-year-old Angelina Arora will represent Australia at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Pennsylvania.
Edible, transparent packaging made out of corn and seafood by-products and water-soluble polymer PVA may have the potential to replace plastic in the food industry.
A new technology developed by Unilever, start-up company Ioniqa and Indorama Ventures may be able to create a circular economy.