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Visy is launching an Australian-made retail paper bag today, made from thicker paper containing recycled content. The new bags are recyclable through Australian kerbside recycle bins.

Jet Technologies – a leading provider of print, packaging and industrial solutions in Australia and New Zealand – has opened its first distribution centre in Brisbane.

The owner of award-winning Australian drinks brand Mother of Pearl Vodka is purchasing Australia’s first Frugalpac paper bottle machine, with the aim to provide an end-to-end bottling solution for wine and spirit brands in Australia and Southeast Asia.

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Industry leaders from Arnott's, SPC and Mondelez will join the IPPO Forum on the afternoon of Day One at APPEX, where Kim Berry will unpack how brands are adopting more sustainable packaging.

Open IIoT will be unveiling 4 new demo units at APPEX 2024, marking a departure for the group, who had previously combined all of the member companies’ technologies into one single automated system.

In a significant expansion of its sustainability initiative, Result Group has added to the line-up of participating associations in its Sustainability Corner at APPEX 2024.

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For food and beverage manufacturers, there have never been higher expectations to reduce waste and adopt more sustainable processes and products. During the International Packaging Press Organisation (IPPO) Forum at APPEX, Kim Berry will talk to three industry leaders about how the sector is adopting more sustainable packaging as part of the solution.

Every week, Food & Drink Business editor Kim Berry brings you the latest news in the food and beverage manufacturing sector. This week: New issue out now, APPEX, IPPO Forum, Coles Group, Australian Vintage, Accolade Wines, Australian Wine Holdco, Bega, Food and Beverage Accelerator (FaBA), and QUT.

The Brown Family Wine Group has achieved Sustainable Winegrowing Australia (SWA) certification across the entirety of its vineyards and winemaking sites. It follows the certification of two of its vineyards and two wine making plants last year.