Food In Deposit Jars

In an effort to reduce the use of plastic, Kaufland is offering food in deposit jars for the first time. For
the time being, this offer is a test in ten stores.

Read more

Less Recycling Share for More Production

Finnish toilet paper manufacturer Metsä Tissue is looking for alternatives to make its own production economically and environmentally sustainable. In doing so, the group is relying on virgin pulp instead of recycled paper to reduce costs. Recycled paper makes more sense for packaging than for sanitary papers, the company says.

Read more

Big Goals, Small Successes?

When it comes to environmentally friendly packaging, brand manufacturers have ambitious goals and ambitious sustainability strategies. But there is still a long way to go. The EU is increasing the pressure and wants to present an updated packaging directive. This could oblige companies to use recyclates in packaging.

Read more

Coca Cola’s First Real Talk Discusses Ways to Improve Recycling

Packaging is part of everyday life. Carelessly discarded, it becomes a problem for people and the environment. Therefore, the goal of a comprehensive circular economy with high-quality material recycling requires further efforts. Representatives from society, business, and politics discussed what these efforts could look like at the first Coca-Cola Real Talk in Berlin.

Read more

Protection for Wounds

Nivea manufacturer Beiersdorf has implemented the biggest brand relaunch in the history of its healthcare brands: The Hansaplast, Elastoplast and Curitas plaster brands have renewed their products and packaging.

Read more

New Detergent in Paper Packaging

Plant-based laundry detergents packaged virtually without plastic. Starting in April, Henkel is launching the new “Love Nature Wash Bars”, a product that complements the Group’s sustainability line. In selected stores, the detergent is also refillable.

Read more

PepsiCo and WWF Cooperate

More than one billion PepsiCo products are consumed worldwide every day. That means the company has a big responsibility when it comes to sustainable packaging. PepsiCo is now supporting the animal and nature conservation organization WWF as part of its sustainability strategy.

Read more

Ricola Candies in Sustainable Cans

German tinplate manufacturer Thyssenkrupp Rasselstein is joining forces with Swiss companies Hoffmann Neopac and Ricola to launch the world’s first food can made from CO2-reduced packaging steel in March.

Read more
RSS
Empfehlung
Twitter
Visit Us
Follow Me
LinkedIn
Xing