Koehler Innovation & Technology has opened a recycling lab to test and monitor paper-based products at all stages throughout the product life cycle.
Tetra Pak has expanded its offering of packaging solutions using certified recycled polymers to cover new formats, product categories and geographies.
As it explores ways to reduce packaging and test new systems, Nestlé Australia has announced a refillable packaging system for its NAN SUPREMEpro Toddler milk drink.
Barry Callebaut Group has presented a set of sharpened targets for Forever Chocolate, its plan to make sustainable chocolate the norm.
Sugarcane packaging has emerged as an alternative to traditional petroleum-based plastics for its biodegradability and resistance to heat and moisture.
Amcor has placed its first commercial order of certified-circular polymers for use in packaging for the Australian and New Zealand market.
Dow and Avery Dennison have developed a hotmelt label adhesive solution enabling polyolefin filmic labels and PP/PE packaging to be recycled in one stream.
The World Packaging Organisation has released a sustainability perspectives paper, bringing together the views of 21 countries on issues related to packaging.
Mars Wrigley Australia has announced that it will be investing a further $28.8 million in its Ballarat factory, building on the $67 million invested since 2021.
Frito-Lay and Quaker have announced the opening of a Greenhouse Learning Centre that will be used to test, measure and analyse compostable packaging.
Aussie researchers have uncovered the potential of using photosynthetic algae to capture carbon dioxide produced as a byproduct of a wide variety of applications.
European Bioplastics has called on the EU Parliament and Council to make single-serve coffee units mandatorily compostable.
Researchers have developed a meat packaging padding concept made from a seafood by-product that absorbs moisture and also delays meat oxidation.