More than six billion global products use Kezzler’s secure, traceable codes to support authentication and transparency. It believes the food industry is responsible for utilizing technology to keep supply chains safe.
Packaging with QR codes and a new digital platform make up Danone’s Track & Connect service for baby formula products. It is available in China, with launches in France, Germany, Australia and New Zealand soon.
The importance of digital technology and machine learning as a means to provide precise, tailored nutrition took centre-stage at Probiota Asia 2018, as Danone revealed some of the pioneering research it is undertaking in Singapore.
The Society of Dairy Technology (SDT) held its 73rd annual general meeting earlier this month in the UK, with outgoing president Dr John Tuohy handing over to Soeren Vonsild, from Danish consultancy company Alectia.
New Zealand Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce has announced a call for proposals for three multi-institution New Zealand-China Research Collaboration Centres to be supported as part of the new Catalyst Fund international research program.
The European Plastics Industry represented by EuPC and PlasticsEurope, and the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE), have announced the winners of the first edition of the European Plastics Innovation Awards 2016.
Tetra Pak sprung a major surprise at Anuga FoodTec 2012, whipping the covers off a modified A3 Speed filling machine called 'Hyperspeed Concept', which can process an incredible 11 cartons per second. Executive Roberto Franchitti justified the...
Bosch Packaging Technology claims its new thermoforming clean-fill (TFC) machine for cold chain products such as yogurts and desserts can cater for multiple cup and label heights without needing downtime for tool changes.
Tetra Pak has unveiled what it claims is the world’s fastest carton filling machine – over 11 units per second – and says the concept was only realisable due to the launch of new eBeam non-contact and dry sterilisation technology.
What role will active and intelligent components play in future food and drink packaging? We caught up with Chip Tonkin, director of the US based Sonoco Institute of Packaging Design and Graphics at Interpack 2011 to find out.
Demand for active and intelligent packaging will reach $1.1bn by
2011 in the US, driven by rapid growth in innovation and the need
to improve shelf life and safety, according to a new Freedonia
The Australian food industry was likely to remain an importer of
innovative food and drink technology rather than an exporter, the
chairman of consumer product giant Unilever's Australasian
operations said on Friday, according...
A two-day conference on aseptic filling technologies is just one of
the events that is taking place at the Total Processing and
Packaging show in Birmingham, UK this week.
FoodProductionDaily.com will be there, and will be reporting...
During the Anuga trade show, held in Germany next month, Sidel, one
of the world's leaders in the engineering and supply of complete
lines for liquid foods in PET packaging, will be showing its latest