Processing & Packaging

The new Ricotta system allows some types of mature cheese to be spreadable. Pic: Hommak

Hommak develops new Ricotta system

By Jim Cornall

A new Ricotta system is the latest innovative solution designed by Turkish processing equipment manufacturer Hommak.

Dairy Dialog podcast 89: KanPak, Take Two Foods, Novozymes, IATP

Dairy Dialog podcast 89: KanPak, Take Two Foods, Novozymes, IATP

By Jim Cornall

On the podcast this week, our guests are Larry McGill, corporate vice president, GSF and CEO of KanPak U.S.; Take Two Foods co-founder and CEO Sarah Pool and co-founder and COO Matt Olsofsky; Ulrich Irgens, from Novozymes OneHealth; and Shefali Sharma,...

Dairy Dialog podcast 88: Nutricia, FAIRR, Mettler Toledo, MVP Dairy

Dairy Dialog podcast 88: Nutricia, FAIRR, Mettler Toledo, MVP Dairy

By Jim Cornall

This week, guests on the podcast are Patrick Kamphuis, senior medical affairs director at Nutricia; Teni Ekundare, investor outreach manager, UK & Northern Europe, FAIRR Initiative; Frank Borrmann, market manager SBU Checkweighing, Mettler Toledo;...

SIG’s paper straws can be used with SIG’s recyclable carton packs, which are mainly made of renewable paper board. Pic: SIG/Intermarché

SIG’s recyclable straws hit the shelves

By Jim Cornall

Swiss-headquartered SIG’s fully recyclable and renewable paper straw solution for aseptic carton packs is being launched for the first time in Europe by French retail group Intermarché.

The new packaging is currently available for the fresh dairy category. Pic: Elopak

Elopak launches Pure-Pak Imagine

By Jim Cornall

Elopak, a global supplier of carton packaging and filling equipment for liquid food, has launched the Pure-Pak Imagine, which the company said is its most environmentally-friendly carton to date.

Twelve different designs of the UV Flexo printed clear PET lids have been produced.

New lids for The Collective yogurt

By Jim Cornall

UK pre-cut lids manufacturer Chadwicks of Bury (part of the Clondalkin Group) has produced a differentiated lidding solution for yogurt brand, The Collective.

Since 2011, Tetra Pak has invested more than €16m ($18.2m) million in energy efficiency. Pic: Tetra Pak

Tetra Pak commits to net zero emissions

By Jim Cornall

Tetra Pak has announced an ambition for net zero emissions across the value chain by 2050, supporting this with an intermediate 2030 target of net zero carbon emissions across its own operations.

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