The Kroger Co., America's largest grocer, announced the expansion of its Simple Truth Recycling Program, which offers customers a free and easy way to recycle flexible plastic packaging, to now include all private-label brands — including Private Selection, Kroger Brand, Comforts, Luvsome, Abound and more.
Tres Picosos, which translates to mean “Three Hotties,” is an authentic Mexican burrito company owned by president Jane Hartgrove. In this interview, we talk with Hartgrove about the company’s new packaging for its handmade, rolled and wrapped burritos and current design trends in the industry.
Thanks in no small part to being fun-loving, Lenny & Larry’s grew from humble beginnings in a gym to having its products stocked in many nationwide stores. It’s now taking that same attitude to launch new flavors of its protein cookies in time for the holidays.
Packaging solutions with certified recyclability help brand owners satisfy legal requirements. SÜDPACK Verpackungen has received a certificate of recyclability for its packaging film concept, combining a skin top film and base film.
Neopac will feature its new SpringTube, a packaging solution for skin health products, at Pharmapack 2020. The tube is specially designed to maintain its shape while delivering a host of additional benefits for consumers, brand owners and manufacturers.
For seven years, How2Recycle has been providing clear and accurate messaging on packaging to consumers to empower them to recycle more, and recycle better. The labeling system has grown to more than 200 members.
Dow is working together with Mespack, one of the leading manufacturers of horizontal form/fill/seal (HFFS) packaging machines, to develop a holistic understanding of the processability and machinability of stand-up pouches being designed for recyclability.
In today’s marketplace, it seems bioplastics would be the perfect answer. Nowhere would this be more important than in the flexible packaging segment, which faces growing concerns about the use of plastics — its primary material.
Steeped, Inc., a Santa Cruz, CA-based startup that is revolutionizing the way people prepare and enjoy premium single-serve coffee, won the Best New Product award at the 2019 Specialty Coffee Expo in Boston for their packaging made using renewable and compostable materials.
This issue goes big on pouches, pouches and more pouches to coincide with Global Pouch Forum, the longest-running flexible packaging event. We do cover more in this issue, but you’ll have to peek inside to see!