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Cupffee - edible coffee cups
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Reducing Plastic Waste with Edible Coffee Cups

Swiss Bühler Group and Bulgarian start-up Cupffee have been joining forces to address the urgent problem of plastic waste with innovation since 2016. Now, supported by Bühler solutions and know-how, Cupffee is ready to double the production volume of its edible, crispy wafer cups, increasing its impact for a sustainable future.

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SIG launches fully integrated mySIG PORTAL
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SIG Launches Fully integrated mySIG PORTAL for Food and Beverage Customers

SIG, a leading systems and solutions provider for aseptic carton packaging, its new fully integrated digital mySIG PORTAL – a unique, user-centric and highly intuitive customer platform, which provides swift mobile 24/7 access to maximise operational efficiency. SIG customers will benefit from the real time advantages to boost productivity and reduce operating costs in just a few clicks.

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Glass Safest Packaging for Food
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Glass Safest Packaging for Food New Research Says

New study shows that glass is safest among the packaging materials as it has virtually no detected chemicals and therefore is the safest for human health,” says Adeline Farrelly, Secretary General of FEVE the EU federation of container glass producers. 

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SIG India Announces Wide Range of Sustainable and Recyclable Paper Straws in Three Utilitarian Formats to Reduce Plastic Waste

SIG, a leading systems and solutions provider for aseptic carton packaging, has announced the launch of a wide range of recyclable paper straws with a variety of dimensions, shapes, and utilities. As a potential solution to the massive environmental damage caused by plastic straws, and in line with the Plastic ban in India, SIG’s paper straws offer the best biodegradable non-plastic alternative, focused on both functionality and sustainability. 

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Lipton Ice Tea Carton
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Netherlands: Lipton Ice Tea Switches to SIG Carton Packs with SIGNATURE Full Barrier Packaging Material

In the Netherlands, Lipton Ice Tea, a leading global ice tea brand, has made the decision to switch to SIG aseptic carton packs with SIGNATURE FULL BARRIER packaging material, where all the polymers used are linked to certified forest-based renewable materials via a mass-balance system. Each year, around 39 million packs are sold and having a more sustainable packaging, the positive environmental impact this switch implicates is big.

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