Packaging manufacturers are working smarter than ever before to develop packs that are lighter, stronger and more recyclable. Packs also need to be fit for purpose in terms of protecting, preserving and presenting bakery products.
But what is the best material to use? Fresh food packaging manufacturer LINPAC takes a look at the benefits of Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) for the bakery sector.
Retailers, food manufacturers and the packaging converting sector need to design packaging for both functionality and the environment, according to LINPAC, the leading fresh food packaging manufacturer.
Market leading fresh food packaging manufacturer, LINPAC, ranks high in the UK Customer Satisfaction Index, according to the latest survey carried out by independent body, the Institute of Customer Service (ICS).
Leading international fresh food packaging manufacturer LINPAC welcomes the launch of an inquiry into the economic, environmental and social impact of food waste by the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee.
Fresh food packaging manufacturer LINPAC has teamed up with Tesco and Cargill, leading supplier of chicken products, to launch a new split pack for poultry that addresses portion control and food waste concerns.
Ignorance and misconceptions around plastic packaging continue to hold back the food industry in making inroads into sustainability, food and packaging waste, according to LINPAC director of innovation, Ana Fernandez.
Leading fresh food packaging manufacturer, LINPAC, has added to its Freshware® portfolio with a new range of innovatively designed vented pyramid packs to meet the changing demands of the consumer snacking and convenience trend.
Alan Davey, Director of Innovation at LINPAC, is a keynote speaker at next month's Australia Institute of Packaging (AIP) event in Victoria, where he will discuss why packaging in itself is a green technology, protecting and preserving food throughout the supply chain and therefore reducing food waste. Mr. Davey will also address why rPET packaging sets the standard in packaging sustainability.
Innovation in poultry packaging is driving change in the sector as European packers and retailers look for more sustainable and novel solutions to maximise sales, according to Alan Davey, Innovation Director, at fresh food packaging manufacturer, LINPAC.
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