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Regulatory legislation such as the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) has been the driving force behind food manufacturers and packagers taking a closer look at their conveyor systems to ensure compliance and hygienic standards are making the grade.
Americans throw out about $161 billion worth of food each year, and consumer uncertainty about the meaning of the dates that appear on the labels of packaged foods is believed to contribute to about 20 percent of food waste in the home. To dispel this confusion and reduce food waste, the FDA is pushing for clearer food labels.
Cartonboard converters are challenged to balance cost with creating a high-quality package that offers visual appeal while protecting its contents. For carton converters, lightweighting material is a simple solution to maximize sustainability while minimizing costs.
New extended shelf life (ESL) and food waste prevention methods in fresh meat and seafood packaging have consumers craving more. This is noticeable by the global market’s strong rise over the last few years, thanks to increased shelf life of meat products.
This study presents historical demand data (2006, 2011 and 2016) and forecast (2021) by product, market, and application. The study also discusses technologies used in meat packaging, and evaluates company market share and competitive analysis on industry competitors.
It is not surprising that in our Top 50 Food Packaging Companies list, Nestlé, Tyson, JBS, PepsiCo and Mars are consistently the top names. The ongoing concern over health is a topic that frequently rises to the top of their lists. Is an increased healthy portfolio the secret to sales growth?
The UK office of branding and design agency Hornall Anderson has designed new packaging for Asda’s range of own label tea, which just launched and includes black, speciality, green, fruit and herbal teas.
For individuals battling decreased appetite and energy, unintentional weight loss and fatigue while undergoing cancer treatment, Hormel Foods has introduced the HORMEL VITAL CUISINE™ line of packaged Ready to Eat meals, nutrition shakes and whey protein powders.