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Why resealable packaging can help reduce food waste

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A call to action from the government has prompted UK’s major supermarkets and more than 100 of the biggest food companies to sign a pledge to drive down food waste. Companies have signed a pledge to help halve food waste by 2030 and raise public awareness through a week of action. Food waste has become a significant topic throughout the ...

Millennials driving demand for on-the-go and sustainable packaging

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Millennials have been a motivating force for retailers to become environmentally sustainable with their products and packaging. Millennials believe packaging to be an influential consideration when purchasing products. Sustainability throughout the whole supply chain is a decisive factor and even packaging material is seen as part of the brand ...

Reducing food waste with resealable packaging

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The environment has been a prevalent topic this year, prompting supermarkets and manufacturers to commit to reducing waste within the next few years. Many companies have signed up to the Courtauld Commitment 2025, a voluntary agreement making food and drink production and consumption more sustainable. Food production and food waste is one of ...

Resealable Packaging for on-the-go Baby Food

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The increased demand for on-the-go baby food, means the UK baby food market is expected to grow by 22% in 2022. One product category that has shown steady growth is finger foods. Likewise, organic food is showing a promising performance. This opens a significant opportunity for resealable packaging. Resealable packaging can provide numerous ...

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 ...

Why resealable packaging will be one of the key trends for 2018?

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Mintel, the world’s leading market intelligence agency, has recently published five global packaging trends for 2018. These include the growing role of packaging in reducing food and product waste, the importance of clear on-pack messaging and the need to provide customers with an enhanced eCommerce experience. We would like to add one ...

Control portions with resealable packaging

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Healthy eating is on the rise with customers growing more conscious about their wellbeing and food choices. Balanced diet and regular exercise can help keep our bodies (and minds!) healthy, decreasing the risk of many health problems, including diabetes and heart disease. Studies show customers are better able to control their portions if ...

Resealable food packs: Why customers love them!

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Did you know packaging can affect the way customers determine how fresh your products are? According to Mintel’s Food Packaging Trends: Spotlight on Food Labelling report, 64% of grocery customers in the USA pick food based on the fact that it is fresh and often judge product freshness by the quality of its packaging.* Resealability is one ...

Reducing food waste: How packaging can help

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Did you know Glasgow households waste 41,000 tonnes of food - the equivalent to throwing away around 90 million meals each year? The Evening Times reports the average Glasgow household bins around 7,900 tonnes of fresh vegetables and salad and 2,500 tonnes of meat each year. The city also throws away over 236,000 slices of bread a year and ...

Don’t let hard-to-open packaging undermine your brand reputation

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All of us can probably think of at least one example of packaging that we found hard to open. Struggling to access the contents of the pack is not only extremely frustrating, but it can also be dangerous when items such as knives, scissors and keys are used. Research shows that two-thirds of British customers have claimed to injure ...

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