Packaging Digest

27
Feb

How to Optimize Your Packaging Department

Want your operation to be more effective? Focus on these areas to fully leverage your expertise and ensure success on cross-functional projects.

26
Feb

New Awards Program Celebrates Sustainable Packaging

DuPont’s Tyvek Sustainable Healthcare Packaging Award aims to recognize industry leaders that use Tyvek to drive sustainable progress.

22
Feb

President Biden Blasts Packaging Shrinkflation

Brands respond to inflation with their own best tactics to survive, including shrinking the package or the amount of product inside. But consumers see through their tricks. Or do they?

22
Feb

Sustainable Manufacturing Expo Hits North America

Informa Markets Engineering, an international trade show and conference producer, has launched the first manufacturing event devoted entirely to sustainability.

21
Feb

Food Packaging Faceoff: Paperboard Versus rPET Plastic

Metsa Board and a Finnish vegetable cooperative commissioned a study to compare cherry tomato packages made of paperboard to one made of recycled PET plastic.

20
Feb

Coffee’s Still Hot in America, Especially When It’s Cold

Unpacking coffee trends reveals today’s types growing in popularity, preferred packaging materials, and trendy designs.

16
Feb

What Does the EU MDR Extension Mean for Packaging?

The European Union’s latest extension of the Medical Device Regulation transitional period gives medical device packagers the opportunity to create better, safer products.

14
Feb

Budweiser Wisely Pivots Away from Beer Cans

The bruised brand’s Super Bowl LVIII commercials bring in barrels and bottles, the Clydesdales, and a Labrador to sway core consumers.

14
Feb

Coca-Cola to Shutter Plant with Hundreds of Layoffs

Operations will be moved to a third-party co-packer.

13
Feb

Survey Says: Cannabis Users Will Pay More for Gifty Packaging

New Valentine’s Day packaging for cannabis flower tests the research-backed idea that many consumers will pay more for high-end cannabis packaging.