Equipment & packaging
PepsiCo is committing to eliminate all virgin plastic from its Pepsi brand beverage bottles sold in nine European Union markets by 2022.
Nestlé announced it will offer reusable containers for its Ricoré chicory and coffee drink, Nesquik cocoa powder and Chocapic Bio cereals in partnership with the French retailer Carrefour and Loop, a global circular company.
Questex, organiser of the World Tea Expo, has launched a new programme to celebrate and honour emerging small businesses producing innovative products for the global tea industry.
The Specialty Coffee Association Awards recognise excellence in product innovation, design, and sustainability across the industry.
Messe Düsseldorf has decided to cancel its 2021 interpack event due to the restrictions related to the Covid-19 pandemic.
In one of the first sessions to take place during Pack Expo Connects, Tom Reimer, director of education at the International Society of Beverage Technologists’ (ISBT) Beverage Institute, offered an overview of the overall non-alcoholic beverage industry.
CPA, The Association for Contract Packagers and Manufacturers, has announced its participation at Pack Expo Connects 2020.
IoPP will be taking part in two educational events during the Pack Expo Connects show.
The recycled transparent capsules are made specifically for the new Avoury One tea machine launched in late 2019.
A recyclable, strawless lid is the new standard for iced beverages in Starbucks stores.
Nestlé is intensifying its actions to make 100% of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025 and to reduce its use of virgin plastics by one-third in the same period.
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P&E provider Aripack, has announced exclusive North American partnerships with Italy-based packaging machinery manufacturers Miele and Laferpack.