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More than 30 meat processing and packaging companies came together at a Fresh Innovation Workshop organised by LINPAC Packaging, G Mondini and Bemis to discover more about the skin packaging developments.

Europe’s leading multi-material packaging manufacturer, LINPAC Packaging has won a major contract to supply one of Poland’s leading meat processing companies with more than 100 million polystyrene trays a year.

Europe’s leading multi-material packaging manufacturer, LINPAC Packaging, has teamed up with Addmaster to develop a range of trays and films with built-in antimicrobial technology to reduce bacteria growth on the outer packaging of fresh meat.

LINPAC Packaging has developed a new range of rigid plastic retail ready packaging solutions to meet growing demands from retailers for a more presentable and efficient method of replenishing stock.

LINPAC Packaging has developed a range of smart packaging solutions to combat food bacteria and help consumers and retailers reduce the amount of food waste they generate.

Multi-material food packaging company, LINPAC Packaging, is offering customers the ultimate solution in sustainability and performance for fresh meat packaging by combining eco-efficiency with premium design.

LINPAC Packaging has developed a new range of protein trays in time for the barbecue season which will help consumers further reduce food waste this summer.

LINPAC Packaging, Europe’s leading multi-material packaging manufacturer, is helping consumers reduce the food waste they generate at home by developing a range of split packs for both fresh and cooked meats.

Europe’s leading multi-material packaging manufacturer, LINPAC Packaging, has added to its range of sustainable trays for meat and fish products with the launch of Rfresh® MB.

LINPAC Packaging is a leading multi-material food packaging company, working in multiple sectors, with operations around the world.

With the current sharp focus on the environmental credentials of packaging products, it is essential that packaging companies look for ways to minimise not only their own environmental impact, in terms of energy usage and waste elimination, but that of their customers too.

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