South Africa has overcome many social and political challenges in recent years. However, the evolutions and revolutions haven’t distracted the ‘Rainbow Nation’ from the importance of looking after the environment.
Megatrends are driving industries into new territories including the retail and FMCG (fast moving consumer goods) sectors, impacting and influencing the daily lives of consumers. In this blog we explore how sustainability driven by megatrends is driving the direction of the packaging world
Packaging taxes, clear communications and downweighting were some of the solutions discussed in the recent Guardian debate including LINPAC Group marketing and innovation director Dr Helene Roberts. The debate got us thinking about what the rest of the world is doing in terms of recycling. We have collated a list of innovative ways of how the globe is embracing the recycling movement and turning this ‘waste’ into something more positive for future sustainability.
LINPAC understands the importance of collaborating with others on new product development and sees it as a primary factor in succeeding within the highly competitive packaging sector. Here, we look at four great collaborations we’ve worked on this year.
The convenience food and drink category is dynamic and characterised by solutions that are easier to prepare, transport and consume. The growth in the market stems from the needs of consumers who have increasingly busy lifestyles. The flourishing market is forecast to be worth £21.7 billion by 2021, a significant leap from the £15.1 billion that was recorded in 2015, according to IGD Retail Analysis.
Fish and seafood are gaining popularity year on year as disposable incomes increase and consumer awareness around the health benefits of the protein increase. In order to keep up and to celebrate National Seafood Week, LINPAC has analysed five key trends that are seen as shaping the market in coming years.
Hurray! It’s National Cake Week. What better excuse to consume endless slices of the nation’s favourite sweet treat? LINPAC has identified five key trends in bakery that are likely to affect consumer behaviours and shape new innovations in the category.
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