Month: June 2021

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Tetra Pak and The Kabadiwala set up a unique partnership to increase recycling of used carton packs

Bhopal, India, June 29, 2021 – Citizens in Bhopal can now help recycle their used juice, milk and other beverage cartons from the comfort of their homes, thanks to a collaborative initiative between Tetra Pak and The Kabadiwala. Tetra Pak, a world leading food processing and packaging solutions company has tied up with The Kabadiwala, a well-known local waste management venture to increase collection of used beverage cartons in Bhopal.

Safe Inks for Food Packaging

When it comes to packaging safety, every brand owner’s most significant concern is migration, regardless of the origin of the problem—e.g., substrate, adhesive, printing ink, overprint varnish, etc.

How upping your Packaging game can drive your business with Devansh Parasrampuria

Ep 18 – How upping your Packaging game can drive your business with Devansh Parasrampuria

On this Episode of Packaging Talks powered by HP Indigo, Devansh Parasrampuria, Founder, Pink Harvest Farms shares how upping his Packaging game with digital printing has helped him grow his business exponentially and respond quickly to market dynamics.  Pink Harvest Farms was founded with a simple idea, of making superfoods accessible to the general …

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Global Consumer Brands Unveil World’s First Enzymatically Recycled Bottles

Global Consumer Brands Unveil World’s First Enzymatically Recycled Bottles

Clermont-Ferrand, France, June 24, 2021 (07:01 AM CEST): The promise of endlessly recycled PET plastic is one step closer today, as the Consortium – Carbios, L’Oréal, Nestlé Waters, PepsiCo and Suntory Beverage & Food Europe – announces the successful production of the world’s first food-grade PET plastic bottles produced entirely from enzymatically recycled plastic.

These bottles are the first made from plastic recycled by enzymes

Inside landfills, researchers have found rare but naturally occurring enzymes that break down plastic. By tweaking one of these enzymes, scientists at Carbios, a France-based startup, have figured out how to make the process happen faster—and now they’ve made the first prototypes of food-grade, enzymatically recycled bottles out of the material.

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