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Resealable Packaging Set to Make Great Impact

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Resealable Packaging Set to Make Great Impact   In recent years, resealable packaging has been considered as the FMCG packaging standard for consumer convenience.  According to Investor Opinion, the packaging market has become highly competitive. Conferring with Transparency Market Research it is predicted that by 2024 ...

5 packaging trends for 2017

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Based on a recent report by Mintel Group Ltd., we look at 5 key packaging trends for 2017. 1. Unique packaging design Traditionally, the main function of packaging is to protect products, but growing customer demands and new developments in the industry have led a path to fresh challenges and opportunities. Packaging can have an impact on ...

Is re-sealable technology winning over packaging phobic consumers

Let’s face it, outside its dedicated media, packaging rarely gets a good press. At best, packaging is taken for granted, its role often misunderstood.  One problem is, it’s invisible – until it becomes waste! Then we see it everywhere, it litters our streets, our hedgerows and our beaches. It’s an emotive subject, attracting ...

Reseal-it® helping foods stay fresher and tastier longer

Recent years have seen the rapid growth of re-sealable flexible packaging, representing a resounding ‘thumbs up’ from a consumer base not known for its love of packaging per se. Changing demographics – an ageing population, increased student numbers and people living alone – have helped to influence the way products are packaged. As ...

Re-sealable food packs - what consumers want from them

The whole raison d’être of packaging is to keep products in prime condition until they reach their destination, or until they are consumed or used. It’s this last point where the effectiveness of re-sealable packaging technologies can be measured and compared. In a world where there is a widespread aversion to perceived over-packaging, ...

Study finds ease of opening products still influences purchasing

Article featured in Packaging News (online edition - April 2014): Packaging expert Dr Alaster Yoxall, from Sheffield Hallam University, conducted the study among over-65s for Macfarlane Labels. It found that 75 % of participants thought price was the most important factor influencing purchase, followed by 33% thinking brand loyalty and ...

Resealable packaging - the latest innovations

Over the past 10 years there has been significant growth in the amount of resealable packaging solutions we are now seeing on the shelves. Resealability has become a key concern for FMCG manufacturers and retailers in response to what they see as a growing consumer demand for this type of functionality. With increased pressures from the ...

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