A novel pressure-assisted thermal sterilisation process technology for food, developed as part of the EU-funded ‘Hipster’ project, will be the focus of a seminar taking place in Wageningen in the Netherlands this month.
Some of the world’s biggest food manufacturers and retailers have agreed to simplify food date labels by 2020 in an attempt to reduce the vast quantities of food that is unnecessarily wasted each year.
Fancy yourself behind the wheel of a Formula One race car? Then, pull in for a pit stop at the Food Manufacture Group’s stand during your visit to the Processing & Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA) Show 2017 this week at the National Exhibition...
Major equipment companies are putting their weight behind inline, direct-to-container digital inkjet printing, especially for beverages in polyethylene terephthalate (PET), with systems set to feature at this week’s Drinktec show in Germany.
Newly-consolidated date-labelling guidelines aim to help reduce food waste, but do nothing to allay the fear of prosecution which makes manufacturers more, rather than less, cautious in this area, according to one legal expert.
A new report forecasts that Europe’s fragmented corrugated industry will follow the US through a trajectory of consolidation and vertical integration, matching processes that have taken place with other packaging materials, while others say the UK corrugated...
The Co-op has voiced concerns about the introduction of ‘ethical’ schemes that could be confused with Fairtrade, after chocolate maker Green & Black’s unveiled a new non-organic chocolate range that has ditched the familiar logo.