Technology at PACK EXPO Las Vegas offers solutions for organic and natural brand- a Q&A with Sean Hael marketing and sales manager for Mitsubishi Gas Chemical America.
September 17, 2017
Brand owners of organic and natural foods face particular challenges in keeping their products from spoiling without preservatives and additives. Consumers who buy organic have the expectation of “clean” products that are also fresh and shelf-stable.
What features do you need from the next conveyor system you purchase? How important is space-savings or high speeds? Do you need washdown capability as well as fast, easy maintenance? New technology and features for conveyors are being debuted that will improve your packaging system.
The new dispenser for seven tasty varieties of foodservice sauces is reducing food waste through improved emptying, as well as adding value to the products of French company Lesieur. The solution is the result of a successful co-creation involving RPC Promens and RPC Superfos.
The award categories cover every aspect of aluminum foil usage across many diverse markets, particularly those for packaging and technical applications. Constantia Flexibles' winning Alufoil products are in the pet food, candy, bakery and beer categories.
On May 20, 2016, the FDA announced that the industry will be required to implement a new Nutrition Facts Panel for packaged foods to reflect new scientific information, including the links between diet and chronic diseases such as obesity and heart disease.
Label Insight's 2017 Shopper Trends Study reveals that 67% of consumers say it is challenging to determine whether a food product meets their needs simply by looking at the package label, and nearly half of consumers (48%) consider themselves "not informed at all" about a food product even after reading the label.
Pereg Natural Foods, a leading producer of premium, all-natural spices and spice blends, ancient grains and quinoa products, releases its new line of Kaňiwa (baby quinoa) as well as new blends and flavor-infused varieties of freekeh, teff, farro and quinoa, among other all-natural products.
Consumer packaged goods companies (CPGs) continue to face major changes across the industry. Ecommerce and digital marketing continue to rise steadily in importance, though physical stores show no signs of going away.
In this issue of Packaging Strategies, we take a look at the packaging robotics industry, learn about some of the latest products to be featured at PACK EXPO LV, sustainability innovation, and much more!