Month: January 2022

Wrap It Up to Keep It Cool!

Maintaining the food temperature till the last mile remains one of the biggest challenges of the cold chain sector. Delivering products like ice-creams, cold shakes, and other confectionery goods becomes tough as these are temperature-sensitive products.

Amcor Launches New Platform for Paper-based Packaging

ZURICH, Jan. 27, 2022: Amcor (NYSE: AMCR; ASX: AMC), a global leader in developing and producing responsible packaging solutions, today launched a new platform of paper-based packaging products: AmFiberTM. AmFiber innovations aim to redefine the capabilities of traditional paper packaging, providing a wider range of features and functional benefits to meet the changing needs of consumers.

Hubergroup Launches Sheet-fed Offset Ink Series for Direct Food Contact

Even more creative packaging and more space for information – hubergroup Print Solutions makes this possible with MGA CONTACT, its new sheet-fed offset ink. Thanks to raw materials which have been carefully selected, the ink series is suitable for safe printing on the inside of paper and cardboard food packaging. Together with the right hubergroup dispersion varnish, MGA CONTACT is approved for direct contact with food, meaning that no functional barriers are required. The colour gamut and light fastness of this ink series, which is now available across the globe, are comparable with those of conventional offset inks.

Sabic, Gualapack and Ella’s Kitchen Collaborate to Launch Baby Food Cap Made With Advanced Recycled Plastics

SABIC, a global leader in the chemicals industry, today announced a new collaboration with Ella’s Kitchen, the UK’s number one baby food brand to create a new cap made from recycled plastic. Over 3.5 million pouches of Ella’s Kitchen’s Organic Strawberries and Apples pouches will have this new cap and will be on the shelves in UK stores from January 2022.

Pepsico Europe Sets Ambition to Eliminate Virgin Fossil-based Plastic in All of its Crisp and Chip Bags by The End of The Decade

[25 January 2022] Following the introduction of PepsiCo Positive, the company’s strategic end-to-end transformation with sustainability at the centre, PepsiCo Europe today announces that by 2030, it plans to eliminate virgin fossil-based plastic in all its crisp and chip bags. This ambition will apply to brands including Walkers, Doritos, and Lay’s and will be delivered by using 100% recycled or renewable plastic in its packets.