Twenty-five years, Global Pouch Forum remains the longest-running flexible event. To celebrate, we have put together a (brief) timeline of the pouch packaging that resonated with consumers and changed our lives.
In a continuously evolving and competitive marketplace, packaging plays a key role in determining a brand’s success. Flexible pouch packaging has been leading the way in transforming common CPGs for more than a decade. The latest game changer —the first dual-sided pouch — is repackaging a classic combination: PB&J
Split Nutrition is a classic example of a product that is greater than the sum of its parts. Since the invention of sliced bread, people have been pairing peanut butter and jelly. Thanks to the innovation of the first dual-sided pouch, we no longer need the knife, or the bread for that matter.
Do you remember what your first packaging experience with a pouch was? For me, like it might be for many people, it was with Capri Sun. I don’t remember exactly where I was, but I do remember wondering what the heck it was and then proceeding to drive my straw into the front and straight out the back.
The keynote presentation at the 2019 Global Pouch Forum by Ken McGuire of Procter & Gamble and and Cedric D'souza of Innventure drew rave reviews from attendees for the insights it provided into how Aeroflexx, a revolutionary stand-up pouch, was developed and brought to market.
Building on its theme covering the evolution of pouches, the 2019 Global Pouch Forum announces an agenda featuring presentations focused on innovation, sustainability and developing markets, such as the burgeoning cannabis industry.
On Demand Today, retailers are reverting to the origins of private label by investing in developing unique and differentiated products that consumers love and packaging them in powerful brands that consumers want. Quality, consistency, creativity and innovation are back….history is repeating itself.
On DemandAlison Keane returns to Global Pouch Forum to share the Flexible Packaging: State of the Industry report and provide insights on supply chains amidst global pandemic, national election, and how we can all move forward.
This presentation will focus on California Bill SB 343 (truth-in-recycling logo) bill and the Consortium for Waste Circularity technology (Advanced Recycling via SynGas), which are two opposing avenues to single-use packaging waste, but also solutions that focus on circularity.
On Demand In this session, the speakers will discuss how collection methods are evolving, provide insight into consumer perceptions of recycling, and dive into the ongoing efforts to expand the quantity and value of end markets for hard-to-recycle plastics.
On Demand Spout sealing with mono-material raises several questions, but new research on mono-material pouches suggests that these uncertainties are a thing of the past. This webinar will further explore the study and share why current solutions are not suitable while introducing new energy-efficient spout technology for mono-material pouches.