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Happy Holidays 2014 from William Reed Business Media!

William Reed Business Media Holiday video

The holidays are fast upon us, so let’s put ‘business’ to one side and get into the festive mood. To keep in the spirit of things, we’ve got a ‘gift’ for you – enjoy. Happy Holidays!

Published: 18-Dec-2014

How will Nutrition Facts panel changes hit snacks?

Nutrition Facts panel: Snack impact?

Snack makers and suppliers will be under pressure to make fast changes across all packs once the FDA finalizes its ruling on the nutrition facts panel, but can suppliers keep up?

Published: 12-Nov-2014

‘Pouch slouch’, premium appeal and poor quality glass: PMMI 2014 Beverage Packaging report

‘Pouch slouch’ to poor quality glass: PMMI Beverage Packaging report

In this exclusive video shot at Pack Expo in Chicago we canter through PMMI’s 2014 Beverage Packaging Market Assessment – exploring slow growth for pouches, concerns about glass supply quality and the importance of strong relations with retailers.

Published: 10-Nov-2014

Packaging R&D: Dow's Pack Studios unites chemistry, physics, sensory science and psychology to optimize package development

Package R&D: Dow applies chemistry, physics, sensory science to design

Holly Dunnill

Associate research and development director – food and specialty packaging and Pack Studios - The Dow Chemical Company

In this exclusive video shot at Pack Expo in Chicago, we talk about Dow’s Pack Studios laboratory integrates chemistry and engineering with user experience considerations to optimize package development for food and beverage products.

Published: 07-Nov-2014

Continental Carbonic freezes food contaminants with dry ice

Steve Sullivan

Director of sales - Continental Carbonic

By eliminating water from the cleaning process, the company's dry-ice blasting technology avoids downtime and reduces the risk of harmful bacterial growth.

Published: 10-Jul-2014

Hood: Sky’s the limit with aseptic beverage packaging

Pete Spanedda

Vice president of dales - HP Hood

HP Hood, a processor specializing in extended-shelf-life dairy and non-dairy beverages, is seeing demand for aseptically packaged products increase.

Published: 07-Jul-2014

Bürkert: ORP can detect micro-organisms leading to food outbreaks

Bürkert Online Analysis System ORP micro-organisms

Bürkert will monitor and control PH, chlorine, conductivity, oxidation reduction potential (ORP) and turbidity in water processing with its Online Analysis System to be launched in September.

Published: 01-Jul-2014

Bürkert FloWave starts field tests in the dairy industry

Bürkert FloWave dairy industry

Bürkert FloWave, which measures the flow of a liquid in a pipe, is being tested in the dairy industry and has requests from a chocolate manufacturer.

Published: 27-Jun-2014

Smaller confectioners moving to robotics, says PWR Pack

Smaller confectioners moving to robotics, says PWR Pack

Peter Mellon

Director - PWR Pack

More small-scale confectionery companies are using pick and place robots to package delicate products as technology becomes more affordable, according to PWR Pack.

Published: 23-Jun-2014

Bosch: Interpack top trends

Bosch Interpack 2014 hygenic design

Martin Dupick, global product manager, Bosch Packaging Technology, spoke to FoodProductionDaily about the top trends influencing the food manufacturing industry at Interpack 2014.

Published: 15-May-2014

‘Digital direct printing has a bright beverage future, when ink prices fall’: Krones

 Digital direct printing: Krones sees a bright beverage future

Krones explains that digital direct printing removes the need for labels and unlocks limitless bespoke bottle design opportunities, but admits ink costs are now a barrier to beverage uptake.

Published: 15-May-2014

Confectioners gravitating to modified-atmosphere packaging: Sealpac

Modified-atmosphere packaging in confectionery growing

Marcel Veenstra

Marketing and Communication Manager - Sealpac

Chocolate and cookie producers are increasingly looking towards modified-atmosphere packaging to extend shelf life of products for export markets, according to supplier Sealpac.

Published: 14-May-2014

Videojet top print culprits: ‘misapplied labels, breaks and jams’

Videojet top print culprits: ‘misapplied labels, breaks and jams’

Labelling is still a sticky cause for concern for food and drink manufacturers with misapplied labels, breaks and jams, according to Videojet.

Published: 13-May-2014

‘Packaging is necessary…Packaging is not bad!’ Interpack show director

‘Packaging is necessary…Packaging is not bad!’ Interpack show director

In this video shot at the show – May 8-14 in Dusseldorf, Germany – Jablonowski explains that it features 2,700 exhibitors across industries as varied as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals...

Published: 12-May-2014

Bosch launches ‘World first’ two-in-one biscuit machine

Bosch launches ‘World first’ two-in-one biscuit machine

Bosch Packaging Technology has launched a biscuit packaging line, which it claims is the first of its kind, capable of fast slug to pile changeovers, and vice versa, with the same feeding components.

Published: 12-May-2014

Bakery CEOs talk speedy innovation, political crises and global mega-trends

Bakery CEOs talk speedy innovation, political crises and global mega-trends

Keeping up with consumer change, hunting out talent to align with trends and reacting strategically to global crises has to be top of the agenda, three bakery CEOs say.

Published: 11-May-2014

Innovation success recipe: Respect consumers and draw inspiration from the unknown

Innovation success recipe: Respect consumers and draw inspiration from the unknown

Understanding consumer expectations and respecting these, combined with a boldness to draw inspiration from new areas is the perfect mix for successful innovation, say experts.

Published: 29-Apr-2014

Food Vision 2014: Bridge knowledge gaps, overcome change and work sustainably

Food Vision 2014: Bridge knowledge gaps, overcome change and work sustainably

What is the future of food? Simple communication of complex advances will be crucial, as well as picking up the pace amid a global population boom to feed the world nutritiously and sustainably, according to FoodNavigator and NutraIngredients senior editors.

Published: 10-Apr-2014

VIDEO: Bosch debuts phone trigger software at Europack

VIDEO: Bosch debuts phone trigger software at Europack

Engineers from Bosch Rexroth said “Open Core Engineering”, a software which connects automated machinery and IT, is “generation 4.0” in food production technology.

Published: 20-Nov-2013

VIDEO: Mettler Toledo tackles unwanted factory vibes

VIDEO: Mettler Toledo tackles unwanted factory vibes

Mettler Toledo has launched a metal detection machine to automatically adjust to the food it inspects, which it claims can be customized to more than 800 settings.

Published: 19-Nov-2013

Hollywood ‘Monstrosity’? Shocking video shows Dr Pepper BioViper spewing foam

Hollywood ‘Monstrosity’? Shocking video shows Dr Pepper BioViper spewing foam

Shocking video footage shows foam spewing out of Dr Pepper’s BioViper wastewater treatment plant in Houston that uses tech backed by Hollywood stars Edward Norton and Woody Harrelson.

Published: 15-Nov-2013

Multivac cook-in-bag launch heats up convenience packaging

Frank Barel

National sales manager, Direct Packaging Materials - Multivac

Multivac has partnered with DuPont to create a line of thermoformable cook-in-bag packaging for consumer and foodservice goods.

Published: 15-Nov-2013

Filtration not a 'complete replacement' for heat treatment in dairy: GEA

Filtration not a 'complete replacement' for heat treatment in dairy: GEA

Bruce Blanchard & Pierpaolo Mattana

Membrane filtration and aseptic filling technologies will never provide a "complete replacement" for traditional heat treatment methods in the manufacture of extended shelf life dairy products such as UHT milk, GEA Process Engineering has claimed.

Published: 14-Nov-2013

Videojet tackles tough processing environments

Eric Davis

National account manager - Videojet

Because food processing environments can be tough, they need equipment up and down the line to stand up to the harsh conditions.

Published: 12-Nov-2013

Mettler-Toledo highlights low-energy inspection

Dick Wyman

Regional x-ray sales manager - Mettler-Toledo

The X3301 x-ray system is designed for low-energy inspection of packaged foods.

Published: 11-Nov-2013

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