SIG launches ‘Recycle for Good’ in Egypt – an initiative for collection of used aseptic cartons with Tagaddod In Egypt, SIG is launching ‘Recycle for Good’, an innovative recycling initiative to enable direct household and food service industry collection of used aseptic carton packs through tech-based solutions. This initiative involving SIG and Tagaddod is the […]
“The plastic-free, recyclable, AquaDot EcoSpoon is the most sustainable utensil on the global market today, being fully compliant with the EU ban on single-use plastic cutlery.”
In advance of European legislation banning single-use plastic items such as cutlery, plates and straws by July 2021, California-based EcoTensil has introduced the revolutionary new AquaDot range of plastic-free, extra sturdy, folding paperboard cutlery. EcoTensil’s patented and award winning paperboard utensils are well known and loved in North America. Since 2010, the company has sold […]
The rapid emergence of No Guilt Bakes means that the UK ketogenic movement finally has a new treat-centric hero that’s not yet another humdrum energy bar or liquid breakfast drink! Whilst the UK ketogenic movement has undoubtedly been a little slower out of the blocks than its US counterpart (where keto is out-performing both GF […]
SGK Anthem, Vrijdag Premium Printing, Generous Minds, Neuren-sics, Kurz and Merck have joined forces under the name ‘Packadore Collective’ to design and implement both desirable and sustainable packaging solutions. Their Take Back design innovation showcas-es an innovative returnable and reusable takeaway packaging solu-tion.
More than 8 million tonnes of plastic is dumped into our oceans every year, which tells us all we need to know about the poor waste management of plastic and just how little plastic is successfully recycled globally. Single use plastics in many formats are due to be outlawed from 2021 – we need a […]
The FAB Awards revealed a Brand New Trophy made exclusively from recycled materials during the "Online Awards" show in honour of The Winners and Finalists of The 22nd FAB Awards.
FAB Awards recognises the best in creative work for food, beverage and restaurant brands in over 60 countries and are the only awards programme that specialises on the great work done by food and beverage brands and their agencies. “Although we liked our old logo, we felt that after 21 years, we needed a new […]
The global drinks brand, which only uses Organic and Fair Trade ingredients, appointed The Clerkenwell Brothers for its consumer research, repositioning, brand refresh and new packaging. At the end of 2019, established brand Little Miracles engaged The Clerkenwell Brothers to find out what exactly their customers wanted to drink next and why. Extensive quantitative and […]
With the current global epidemic and families struggling to deal with lockdown, there couldn’t have been a better time for a bit of Dragons’ Den Easter cheer! That’s where Punkbox comes in. On Easter Sunday they filled our screens with their own unique take on creativity and engaging kids in the fun reuse of delivery boxes and […]
Pro Carton launch a series of cartoon characters to showcase the 5Rs of Responsibility
To mark the start of The European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) 16-24 November 2019, Pro Carton – the European Association of Carton and Cartonboard manufacturers – has officially launched The Carton Campaigners: five cartoon characters that illustrate the 5Rs of Responsibility. Reflecting the values of Pro Carton, EWWR aims to mobilise as many actors as […]
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) has unveiled the next stages of its Sustainable Packaging Strategy plan. The company has pledged to continue to “innovate and ensure all packaging is as sustainable as possible”. It aims to achieve this by reducing all large PET bottles of Coca-Cola, Fanta and Sprite to 40% PET this year, in line with […]
Results from a new poll show nearly 3 in 10 people don’t recycle as much as they could, with 38% of those people citing confusing information on packaging or from local authorities as the reason. These figures are more pronounced among younger people, with those aged 16-34 least likely to say that they recycle all […]