July 2019

25
Jul

New plastic discovered: Solution to pollution?

Plastic packaging pundit Chandler Slavin comments on a new “infinitely recyclable” plastic that redefines the economics of packaging recycling. Poly(diketoenamine) or PDK could offer a solution to waste and pollution in the oceans. Environmental dread, that pang you feel in your chest when you read another story about the decay of our…

23
Jul

TSC Launches New Measurement Platform Unlocking Unprecedented Business Value Through Communication Between Buyers and Suppliers

New platform in partnership with SupplyShift will encourage suppliers, buyers and retailers to have a reporting “conversation”, improving insights and actions toward more transparent supply chains.
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18
Jul

Packaging in space!

More than five decades ago, it was quite a leap for packaging engineers to design and produce containers and materials that could function on a spacecraft. So during Space Week and on the cusp of the 50th anniversary of NASA’s historic moon landing (July 20), let’s celebrate the ingenuity of packages…

15
Jul

Sprouts Joins The Sustainability Consortium

News from WholeFoods Magazine

Scottsdale, AZ — The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) announced in a press release that Sprouts Farmers Market has joined as a new member.
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12
Jul

7 remarkable reads from the first half of 2019

Shifts in sustainability focus, ecommerce challenges and food packaging issues continue to lead the trends we’ve been tracking this year. With half of 2019 behind us, let’s look at the packaging stories our global packaging community deems most important.Based on page views from Jan. 1 to June 30, 2019, here are…