Unilever, Arla and PepsiCo are among the 57 businesses and organisations which have signed up to a “world-firs...
Unilever UK has announced that is is now a member of the On-Pack Recycling Label (ORPL) scheme, as the brand a...
Wintec has announced that it will invest €10m to expand the production capacity of its Changzhou manufacturing...
Bioglan Superfoods has revealed a packaging rebrand for its line of food supplements, alongside the reformulat...
Deoleo-owned olive oil brand Bertolli has unveiled updated packaging as it aims to boost brand awareness globa...
The European Parliament has approved legislation which aims to reduce waste throughout the European Union.
A selection of photos from Anuga FoodTec 2018, which is taking place all this week in Cologne, Germany. Read more
Packaging producer Ardagh group has created its first matte design for a steel can, as it unveils its new design for Krombacher's Fassbrause cans. Read more
Nestlé has expanded its Nescafé Azera range with the addition of a new variant which is packed in nitrogen-infused cans. Read more
UK-based packaging and paper company DS Smith believes it may have the capacity to recycle the 2.5bn coffee cups discarded by British consumers each year. Read more
Food packaging manufacturer World Centric has unveiled a 100% plant-based compostable pizza container for delivery restaurants. Read more
Packaging companies SIG and Amcor have united to create a value chain partnership which commits to 100% certified sourcing of aluminium. Read more
Aldi in the UK will ditch its single-use £0.05 plastic bags, instead choosing to provide bags for life and reusable £0.09 bags made from back-of-store plastic waste. Read more
Berlin Packaging has reached a deal to acquire UK-based supplier of closures and packaging equipment Erben as it targets expansion in the beverage industry. Read more
The UK government has refused to introduce a levy on takeaway coffee cups, instead choosing to rely on voluntary discounts for reusable cups. Read more
BrewDog's attempt at a satirical 'beer for girls' demonstrates the futility of targeting products at a single gender, writes Alex Clere. Read more
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