In a move that brings it closer to a key customer, Graham Packaging has opened a new bottle-making plant in Zoetemeer, the Netherlands, on site with Royal Numico.
A new shrink-label film provides a high-clarity barrier for displaying food products.
The EU's packaging industry association has called on the European Commission to crackdown on members states who break the rules under the bloc's harmonised system of law.
A Spanish company claims to have developed what it calls the fastest robot in the world for the personal care industry.
Rexam is catering to increased demand for different sized beverage cans.
A plastic container for potato granules features a snap-off, re-closable cap, eliminating the need for a can opener.
The European Commission has reopened debate on harmonising and increasing legislation on food labelling across the bloc, a move that could potentially lead to greater costs for businesses.
Over manufacturer's objections the UK's food regulator yesterday approved a colour-coded nutritional labelling scheme for products.
While exports of aluminium foil from Europe rose nine per cent in 2005, internal demand decreased by one per cent as manufacturers continue to downgauge and source material elsewhere.
New smart label technology holds the promise of reducing the chance of spoilt or contaminated meat reaching retail shelves and of increasing consumer confidence in food safety.
The issue over the use of carbon monoxide additives in meat continues to simmer in the US, with an industry body claiming that the potential food scare is a myth...
A new draft UK regulation that would halve the allowable limit of epoxidised soybean oil (ESBO) in the polyvinyl chloride gaskets used to seal baby food jars.
A water soluble film has been designed to meet the demand for the packaging of dry ingredients used in mixing and batching operations within the food processing industry.
A new 'tamper evident' bowl with a sealed lid, which can only be removed by breaking the tear flap and 'safety lock' on the packaging, offers food producers a better...
Tetra Pak has rolled out it's A3/Flex packaging line worldwide, claiming no other carton packaging line around can offer food producers the same versatility.
Voluntary food labelling schemes could lead to greater confusion among consumers at a time when the EU is debating how best to harmonise regulations across the bloc, argues an industry...
A newly developed label from KSW Microtec will enable food firms to more closely monitor the temperature of their products on the journey from production line to consumer, its inventor...
Aluminium foil packaging can be used safely in microwave ovens according to an industry study conducted by the Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV.
Zip-Pak will feature a new line of degradable zippers at the upcoming Anuga Food Tec exhibition this April in Cologne.
The Treofan Group has transferred the production and development of its biodegradable packaging film to Germany from a plant in France.
A new series of torque testers offers a cheaper method of testing seals at bottling plants, food and beverage companies and testing laboratories, the manufacturer claims.
A tougher version of BASF's Styrolux Styrene-Butadiene Copolymer (SBC) will help manufacturers of food service and packaging products make more durable packging while reducing costs, the company claims.
Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) has jumped into the growing market for biodegradable plastic, saying yesterday it will start production of polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) in a joint venture with a biotechnology company.
A new pouch barrier paper provides food companies with an aluminium-free packaging alternative to films and foil.
Tetra Pak yesterday announced the global availability of what it claims is the fastest aseptic filling machine for family packages available worldwide.