New packaging to crack Russian yoghurt market
Yoghurtbox, is claimed to be a unique type of packaging that once
used can become somewhat of a building block for young children to
Convenient packaging solutions
Packaging Automation is set to unveil a new filling and sealing
machine at this year's PPMA exhibition to be held in Birmingham,
UK, from 23 to 25 September.
Wensleydale upgrades flexible packaging line
UK cheese producer Wensleydale has linked up with Ulma, a leading
player in the country's flexible packaging marketplace, for a new
packaging solution to cope with increasing production of speciality
Serac launches dairy packaging machines
Serac, the French company which is exhibiting at today's AnugaTec,
has expanded its product range with the addition of pre-formed cup
packaging machines for milk products and desserts.
Danish dairy opts for Amcor flexible packaging
One of Denmark's largest food trading companies, F. Uhrenholt
Dairy, has chosen Amcor's EasyPack system for its new Friendship
brand of grated cheese - Mozzarella Danesa.
A solution for leaking dairy packaging
In the US, Alcoa Closure Systems International has launched a
screw-on/screw-off dairy closure, which is said to provide extra
safe sealing ability for liquid dairy products.
US trend towards smaller ice cream packaging
In the US, Mayfield Dairy will follow an industry trend resulting
from the rising cost of ingredients by making its ice cream
Cheese packaging extends shelf life
The shelf-life of cheeses may triple from the present 2-3 months up
to 9 months, with the help of a new packaging material.
New hard cheese packaging extends shelf life
Hard cheeses packed in new biopolymers which will give them an
extended shelf-life may be on the shelves in the near future.
Edible packaging from dairy ingredient
A scientist at the US Agricultural Research Service has received a
patent for her method to turn a milk protein into water-resistant
films that could be used to coat or package foods.
Edible packaging from dairy protein
A scientist at the US Agricultural Research Service (ARS) has
received a patent for her method to turn a milk protein into
water-resistant films that could be used to coat or package foods.
Corn into confectionery packaging
A new product from Cargill Dow is reportedly the first commercially
viable, all-natural confectionery film and rigid packaging