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This year has been action-packed when it comes to rules, regulations and opinions on bisphenol A (BPA), which is used in food packaging applications such as epoxy linings in food...
Relive ten seismic days that shook the earth to its core in 2012, from health campaigners petitioning the UK health ministry over Coke, Pepsi and 4-MEI to Dr Pepper's run...
The UK Competition Commission (CC) has ruled against the merger deal of AkzoNobel and Metlac Holdings.
FoodProductionDaily.com will take its annual Christmas and New Year holiday from 22 December to 1 January.
Recycling of postconsumer plastic increased by 24% in Canada last year, according to a new report.
The Packaging Council of New Zealand (PAC.NZ) has reported a 93% diversion rate of packaging waste from landfill in only the schemes second year.
Bioplastics are likely to replace common plastics in various packaging applications in the Asia-Pacific, according to Frost & Sullivan.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has issued a call to tender to secure contractors for technical summary documents needed for its CEF panel to evaluate the risks of migration...
Tetra Pak has acquired a US filtration company to provide ‘additional knowledge and competence’ for the dairy industry.
This year has been quite eventful for recalls of food and beverage products, some due to foodborne contamination and others due to packaging faults.
The working year is almost done, time to pause from ‘the business’ and embrace the festive season…go on, give it a big hug. Happy holidays!
Silgan Holdings has revised its earnings estimates for the year due to lower volumes for metal food containers.
FoodProductionDaily.com takes a look at the industry to see who is moving where to give themselves a fresh start in the new year.
Berry Plastics Group has launched flexible intermediate bulk containers to optimize storage and transportation.
Dunapack Packaging has acquired a Turkish paper and packaging company in its bid to double production to 2bn m2 (1m tonnes) by 2020.
Stopping a truly determined bioterrorist - or just a disgruntled employee - from maliciously tampering with a high-profile food brand will always be extremely difficult.
The US Carton Council has targeted 50% recycling access for households to recycle the packaging after the rate grew more than 100% in three years.
Packaging incorporating corn-zein laminated films with antioxidant properties has been found to boost the quality and safety of some foods, according to a study.
Anchor Packaging is to invest $7.6m in a new facility to add to its existing four US sites.
Sports and energy drink bottles offer some of the best opportunities for polyethylene terephthalate (PET) in the UK, but alcohol presents greater challenges, according to Euromonitor.
PepsiCo says that its merchandising and distribution efficiency has improved radically since it began using the Apple iPhone and iPad alongside custom software apps specially developed in house.
Swiss firm Aston Foods has developed a vacuum cooling technology for large bakeries that can save time and money compared to conventional cooling towers, it claims.
Coesia Group has closed its buy of Oystar North America and renamed it R.A Jones & Co.
Major food and drink brands are producing fewer truly innovative new products as recessionary mindsets and behaviours continue throughout Europe, according to Mintel director of innovation and insight David Jago.
Emco Packaging has filed a patent for an active oxygen scavenging system for use in the headspace of bottles, sachets and cartons for liquid foods and beverages.
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