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Arla Foods standardises printers across its dairies

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Arla Foods standardises printers across its dairies

Arla Foods has been working with label and marking software supplier NiceLabel on the standardisation of labels on the industrial printers at its 70-plus dairies around the globe. 

Griffiths: 'Print quality management will see the most significant change'

BRC packaging update pressures print

By Paul Gander

The cover design for Issue 5 of the British Retail Consortium (BRC) Global Standard for Packaging and Packaging Materials may make a simple egg box look like something out of Jurassic World but, while the protocol does have ‘teeth’, there is not too much...

The campaign aims to increase 'retail-ready' formats

Pallet project to slash food industry costs

By Rick Pendrous

Pallet specialist CHEP is to lead a campaign to bring manufacturers and retailers into agreement on a standard pallet size, which it claims offers huge potential cost savings.

Griffiths: the logic is clear

Scope of packaging certification grows

By Paul Gander

The benchmarking of the BRC/IoP packaging standard with the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) equivalent has been a major step towards international harmonisation in food packaging certification, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) has claimed.

BRC: Trade has 'no appetite' for new allergen standard

BRC: Trade has 'no appetite' for new allergen standard

By Elaine Watson

News that the British Standards Institution (BSI) is developing a new allergen control standard is an “unnecessary development, which we do not support”, according to the British Retail Consortium’s (BRC’s) Trading arm.

First draft of new allergen standard due in 2012

First draft of new allergen standard due in 2012

By Elaine Watson

The British Standards Institution (BSI) is aiming to produce the first draft of a new standard for the control of allergens in food production by 2012, FoodManufacture.co.uk understands.

Tropicana

Wrigley, Tropicana, Kraft, sign up to new food safety scheme

By Elaine Watson

More than 70 food factories including the Wrigley plant in Tennessee, Tropicana factories in Fort Pierce and Bradenton, Kraft’s biscuit factory in Granollers, Spain, and DSM’s vitamins factory in Ayrshire, Scotland, have now gained certification under...

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