For several years, the Packaging Strategies list of the Top 50 Food Packaging Companies has changed very little. Sure, there has been some juggling of the ranks, but once again, Nestlé, JBS, Tyson, Pepsico and Mars round out the top five food packaging companies in the 2018 rankings.
The vaccine is coming, but data suggests demand for household staples isn’t going away anytime soon. CPG manufacturers have seen demand rise as restrictions on daily life have forced people to spend more time at home.
Nestlé's plan to achieve net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions aims to halve the company's emissions by 2030 and realize net zero by 2050. To accomplish this, the company will accelerate current initiatives, evolve its operations and uncover ways to balance remaining emissions through carbon removal projects or innovation.
Packaging Strategies spoke with Jeff Wooster, global sustainability director for Dow Packaging and Specialty Plastics, on the transition to a pouch for Kellogg's sub-brand Kashi and its Bear Naked Granola line.
Nestlé has acquired Freshly, a fresh-prepared meal delivery service in the U.S. Founded in 2015, Freshly delivers fresh, chef-cooked meals to customers across the country, breaking down the barriers to healthy eating by delivering nutrition and convenience at scale.
J.M. Smucker will sell its Crisco business to B&G Foods in an all-cash deal valued at about $550 million, as it focuses on pet food, coffee and snacks, the companies said. Smucker, which is looking to exit the U.S. baking category, said the deal also includes its oils and shortening business outside of the United States.
Conagra Brands has launched "United For Change," a new approach to its national employee fundraising campaign. This initiative encourages employees to make personal financial contributions that support essential community programs that provide financial stability, alleviate systemic issues of poverty and advance civil liberties for all Americans.
Kellogg is offering U.K. customers the chance to create a personalized 'back to school' cereal box. Shoppers collect codes from three promotional packs and then upload a photo and personalized message to a website
The novel coronavirus pandemic has seen various food and beverage trends change drastically from pre-COVID. Consumers didn’t take to it well in March, but mid-summer they have seemed to settle into the “next normal.” Here are some of the most notable trends from this year, along with the Top 100 List on the following pages.
We ring in the new year with features in the January issue including our Top Packaging Innovations in 2020, customizable e-commerce kits, automating coding changeovers to drive efficiency, motion control advances, tape solutions and beauty care while wearing masks.