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The global packaging market size during the Covid-19 pandemic is projected to grow from US$909.2bn to US$1trn by 2021 at a compound annual growth rate of 5.5 per cent.
Australian clean-tech startup, Seabin Project, is taking its next big step towards eliminating plastics in our waterways with the launch of a self-funded 12-month City Pilot in Sydney Harbour this week.
The Australian government is committing $190m to a new recycling modernisation fund that is to generate $600m in recycling investment and divert more than 10 million tonnes of waste from landfill.
Coca-Cola Amatil is increasing its prices for customers in Western Australia by 11.65 cents per eligible container after the state imposed a container deposit scheme.
McCain has rebranded and relaunched its classic Potato Smiles as EmotiBites, following consumer demand to bring the product back into the freezer aisle.
Consumer beauty brand Garnier said it aims to use no virgin plastic in any of its packaging by 2025, and, by that year, make all its packaging reusable, recyclable, or compostable.
Melbourne-based studio The Edison Agency has taken out eight awards at the Driven x Design 2020 Melbourne Design Awards, including gold for its pack design of hard seltzer brand Tidal.
Speciality coffee brand St. Ali has worked with Jet Technologies to overcome operational challenges faced due to Covid-19 restrictions, supported through its latest coffee packaging machinery.
KHS is launching its Innoket Neo Flex modular labelling machine, which features quick-change modules, making it a flexible system that can be used for all standard labelling techniques.
Fine Food Australia has cancelled its 2020 trade show due to the reintroduction of stage three COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria. The show was scheduled to take place from 7-10 September in Melbourne.
Freedom Foods Group has advised the ASX that its voluntary trading halt will remain in place until 30 October while it investigates its financial position.