Posts tagged sustainable packaging
Global Packaging Innovation Trends - Vol. 9

Heinz have often got marketing mileage out of how to pour their leading ketchup out of their iconic glass bottle. Heinz Canada has taken things in a different direction by using packaging to help consumers pour the contents.

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Global Packaging Innovation Trends - Vol. 8

A new plastic-free alternative for e-commerce envelope mailings has been introduced. The WaveBag solution uses a proprietary wave padding to protect the contents.

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Global Packaging Innovation Trends - Vol. 6

Unilever is a founding member of The UK Plastics Pact that aims to eliminate unnecessary single-use plastic packaging by 2025. Read more about the company’s sustainable packaging commitment. The consumer goods giant is trialling new packaging format to help reduce the amount of single-use plastic used.

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Global Packaging Innovation Trends - Vol. 4

Leading food processing and packaging company Tetra Pak has announced the introduction of a new pack format that has good supply chain space saving opportunities as well as the opportunities to reduce the amount of packaging required. The solution allows six products to be collated to form the shape of a cube.

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Global Packaging Innovation Trends - Vol. 3

Beer brand Corona will become the first global player to trial six-pack rings that are 100% plastic-free. Standard plastic six-pack rings are made from a photodegradable form of PE that, if not recycled can enter our oceans and result in smaller pieces of microplastics causing damage to marine life. The new six-pack rings will be first tested in the Mexico market, with another pilot taking place in the UK.

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Global Packaging Innovation Trends - Vol. 1

Welcome to the PAC Global Leadership Awards Innovation Trends update brought to you in partnership with UK packaging innovation consultancy, ThePackHub. We have hand selected five packaging innovation highlights that we think are deserving of mention and will pique your interest. Look for more of these in the coming weeks!

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