International survey from Industrial Physics reveals top packaging innovations for the food sector

Industrial Physics’ latest research reveals that professionals in the food packaging industry are addressing demands for greater sustainability and consumer preference with innovative approaches to material choice and the processes involved in production. The leading packaging, product, and material test and inspection provider conducted a worldwide survey of packaging professionals operating across industries including food […]

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Easyfairs’ London Packaging Week and ExCeL London Lead the Way in Sustainable Events

Easyfairs has announced that September’s London Packaging Week will be one of its most sustainable exhibitions. The leading multi-format event organisers have teamed up with ExCeL London, a renowned sustainability-driven event venue, to ensure sustainability remains at the forefront of both organisations’ agendas, driving a collective effort to enact positive change in the events industry. […]

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Rethinking Packaging: Embracing drop-in natural alternatives to tackle plastic pollution, writes Stanley Mitchell

Modern society is characterised by our reliance on convenience. We are all guilty of choosing convenience over the most sustainable option – from single-use disposable coffee cups to the polystyrene packaging and plastic bags used to keep takeaway food warm. Over the past decade, however, the food and drink industry has been making some steps […]

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Food label compliance: Double confidence with Belts & Braces verification process

With skeleton food safety crews, a leaner post-Brexit quality control workforce and Food Factory Managers wearing multiple technical hats, JentonDimaco Director Dr Russ Sion explores how a ‘belts & braces’ approach to label verification can save overtasked technical professionals sinking under the compliance and cost controls pressures. Food factory managers today are carrying the weight […]

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