Lidl Introduces “Rescue Bag”

The discounter Lidl is now offering fruit and vegetables the packaging of which has been damaged or which no longer look perfect on the outside at a standard price of three euros per bag. With the “rescue bag”, the Schwarz Group company wants to take action against food waste.

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First Silphia Packaging at Kaufland

With “OutNature”, PreZero, the Schwarz Group’s waste disposal and recycling company, is launching sustainable packaging based on the silphia plant in the retail sector. The packaging is now being used for the first time in the fruit and vegetable sector at Kaufland.

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More Fruits in a Protective Coating

Edeka is adding two more fruits to its Apeel range: Grapefruits and lemons now also receive the plant-based protective coating. The Apeel process is already used for avocados, oranges, clementines and tangerines.

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Packaging Law About to Be Amended

The Federal Cabinet has passed a resolution, and the Bundestag and Bundesrat are now deciding on new requirements for packaging in Germany. The planned changes include strengthening reusable “to-go packaging” and extending the mandatory deposit on disposable packaging.

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Pea Sprouts that Grow in a Bag

The Danish “Grow Up Farm” launches “Eat-Grow-Repeat ”, a new product in which the packaging plays an essential role: Small pea plants that grow in a bag. After removing the top section of the bag, the bottom of the bag becomes a pot.

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Berries in rPET Trays

Blackberries, raspberries and blueberries in rPET trays: For the new packages, which are sealed with a thin, peelable sealing film instead of a snap-on lid, berry producer Baumann Vertriebs GmbH & Co. KG purchased a new traysealer.

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