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Promotional campaigns are about getting noticed and engaging consumers; packaging is just the thing to make that happen.
Packaging Technology Integrated Solutions' Shane Bertsch shares his view about reducing packaging waste and how that fits into the greater scheme of sustainable packaging.
Beginning this month, the retailers Packaging Scorecard helps suppliers gauge the relative sustainability of their packaging.
The retail giant is beginning to scrutinize suppliers based on the scorecard and package modeling software.
From Heinz to the Girl Scouts, everyone wants packaging with less environmental downside.
Food processors look to compostability, recyclability and lightweighting to make their packages ever greener.
Food processors find less packaging good for the environment and delivers business benefits by reducing packaging costs.
Packaging that looks great and performs well is the name of the foodie game.
Product-protective active chemistries turn packaging into an action hero.
Functional design makes it easier to use, prepare and serve products packaged in bottles and jars.
Frozen food processors are using packaging to put a new spin on familiar products and add convenience to new ones.
Processors are rethinking and improving existing products and make new ones possible thanks to advances in pouch packaging.
Unique package structures plus stand-out graphics add up to design innovation at its best.
Keeping packaged meat looking attractive is essential for retailers because clean, crisp-looking packaging is what their customers prefer.
A new generation of packaging materials makes it difficult not to go green.
Glass food and beverage packaging materials are driving a new focus on unusual shapes, particularly for gourmet and luxury products.
Lessons can be learned from dairy processors that are designing packages to attract kids, boost brands and deliver convenience.
New packaging techniques for meat and poultry take consumer desires -- and fears -- seriously.
When it comes to beverage packaging, designers are using structural innovation to make every part of the pack perform.
Flexible packaging formats continue to take the day for an array of foods and beverages.
At home and on the go, fast and easy is the packaging imperative. New innovations provide single-serve solutions for products ranging from vegetables to wine.
Promotional campaigns use packaging to deepen the consumer/brand relationship even on the web.
Convenience features are the focus for packages that enhance ease of use, both at home and on the go.
Food and beverage packagers are choosing bottle designs that pull out the stops.
Pouches continue to be the 'it' package for food processors and a growing number of beverage companies.