Food & Beverage Packaging News
French craft brewery R for Diversity has released its flagship blond beer in a stunning Ardagh can that’s designed to include and inspire everyone. The dramatic black-background can, decorated with a barley-and-hops design in the colours of the diversity rainbow, makes a proud statement of support for the LGBTQI+ movement while guaranteeing to grab consumers’ attention.
While food and packaging professionals recognise the importance of packaging in achieving a sustainable food supply chain, as consumers, many of them still feel ill-informed about the subject.
There is a clear trend on the market to move away from plastic based packaging without compromising on consumer convenience and product safety. AR Packaging is leading the way in these developments and aims to be the first on the market with dry molded fibre trays and cutlery.
Pregis has acquired So.Pr.Ad. SRL (Soprad), Milan, Italy, a global provider of temporary protective films. Going forward, Soprad’s products will be marketed under the Pregis’ PolyMask brand and will further reinforce its offerings to a growing global market.
To meet the varying needs of consumers, one of China’s recognized producers of infant formula. This new brand’s package features Aptar's non-detachable tamper-evident tear band that conveys safety and quality
In early March Plasgad will join approximately 900 exhibitors at the Modex exhibition in Atlanta, where it will present its advanced packaging, storage and transport solutions. Visitors to the Plasgad booth (Packaging & Logistics Hall, Booth 6076) will be able to experience first-hand the company’s range of innovative solutions, as well as receive expert guidance from the Plasgad team.
Giflor’s environmentally conscious Post Consumer Resin collection revolves around the use of “recycled” materials. This highly innovative and eco-friendly PCR closure collection responds to the growing demand for a circular economy and helps brands improve their sustainability credentials with 100% green packaging solutions.
The packaging industry’s most cutting-edge technologies and solutions will take centre stage at Packaging Innovations 2020, which returns to Birmingham’s NEC on 26 & 27 February. New for 2020, the show will host a Cobot area and welcome a Start-Up Village, as well as showcasing more than 300 exhibitors, many for the very first time.