In a move hailed as a circular economy game changer and praised by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and Planet Ark, Nestlé has announced it will invest AU$3bn (CHF2bn) to shift from virgin plastic to food-grade recycled plastics. Read more
Packaging and print businesses impacted by the fires will be able to claim a tax-free grant of up to $50,000 in a new initiative from the federal government.
Pact Group will divest its Contract Manufacturing division, in a move which CEO Sanjay Dayal says will simplify its portfolio and sharpen its focus on the core packaging business.
CUB’s Cascade Brewery has produced 360,000 cans of free drinking water to date, for distribution to communities around Australia whose water supplies are affected by natural disasters.
Tetra Pak has launched what it calls the world’s first full-scale virtual marketplace for the food and beverage industry at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
eXXpedition round-the-world (RTW) is an all-female sailing and scientific research voyage to explore plastics and toxins in our oceans. Pippa Corry, the founder of philo & co, shares her views on how the creative industry will play a key role in defining solutions to packaging waste.
Two of Denomination’s packaging designs for two Australian wines have been recognised at the 49th annual Mobius Awards, nominated for Best in Show in the packaging design category.
Innovia has extended its BOPP recycling certification across its entire range of uncoated, acrylic coated, and EVOH barrier films.
Enmin’s latest modular conveyor system was developed to meet industry demand for more flexible and cost effective equipment. Enmin GM Anthony Gallaher writes.
What better way to whet your appetite for the year ahead that an informative, interesting and insightful read of the latest - and first for 2020 - edition of Food & Drink Business.
In a surprise announcement, German supermarket giant Kaufland is exiting the Australian market. The decision leaves 200 people unemployed and myriad shocked contractors and third parties.
Corporate Knights’ Global 100 ranking of the most sustainable corporations has been released this week, with only three food and beverage producers making the list.