At the end of October, AGF-Holland announced a plastic-free packaging line for the entire fruit and vegetable department.
Premium fresh produce supplier and retailer Natoora has launched new recyclable and compostable packaging that it says will dramatically reduce its plastic waste through Ocado.
PACKAGING perishable fruits and vegetables is one of the more important steps in the long journey from “Farm to Fork.”
Smurfit Kappa and California Polytechnic State University worked with the National Mango Board and growers, shippers and retailers to create paper-based packaging suitable for the fruit
In recent years, the rise of consumer demand for minimal processing, clean labels, preservative-free, healthy foods, along with the Save Foods initiative has promoted the trend for Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP).
With ecovio® M 2351, BASF offers a certified soil-biodegradable plastic for mulch films consisting of the biodegradable co-polyester polybutylene adipate terephthalate (PBAT) ecoflex.
Italian company Ilip in collaboration with Radio6ense, have developed a new technology called Smart Ripe.
ACORBANEC has agreed to help increase the use of It’s Fresh! technology in the country’s huge banana growing community.
Chromatic Technologies Inc. has developed a new temper heat and temper freeze inks. These inks are designed to protect documents, seals, tape, labels or various packaging substrates.
Squid Ink Manufacturing has launched its new line of Mineral Oil Free (MOF) inks. These news inks are approved for use in Xaar® 128 and 502 print heads.
The US blow molding machinery market remained healthy in 2018, with some manufacturers reporting strong growth. It adjusted to the changing packaging sector.