Are we being cheated as the size of product packaging shrinks and prices stay the same? Some would say yes, however our desire for healthier lifestyles, convenience and sustainability could say otherwise.
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.
Everyone enjoys something that is more convenient, easier to open, carry or consume. But can convenience be taken too far? Some retailers have attracted unwanted negative press around their convenience boosting decisions of late.
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.
Sharing our snacks and food is a social trend which does not seem to be slowing. Convenience-craving consumers look for products that allow them to share food with friends or family at ease. Recent research from Kantar Worldpanel has found that 86% of households buy sharing packs at least once a month. LINPAC offers a range of packs within its portfolio that respond to this popular trend.
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.
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