Australia’s first industry insight reports for the Save Food Packaging Design project as part of the Fight Food Waste CRC have been released by the Australian Institute of Packaging, in partnership with RMIT. Read more
Orora achieved increased underlying earnings before interest and tax in all its businesses in the first half, on sales that rose 3 per cent in constant currency terms, with Australasia the best performer.
Profits at Pact Group rose strongly, on sales that were up a smidgeon, in its first half results, with the company attributing the rise to solid organic growth and higher margins.
The Australian federal government has announced a review of the Australian Packaging Covenant and National Environment Protection (Used Packaging Materials) Measure 2011 (NEPM).
Coca-Cola is prototyping a paper bottle to reduce the use of plastics from its packaging, but questions have been raised on the viability of its latest plan.
Chobani's love of limited edition packaging sees the popular dairy brand romancing the yoghurt aisle in Coles this Valentine's Day.
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PKN talks about building a recycled plastics campaign with street cred and high visibility to target consumers and brand owners.
Smithers has released a report delving into the issue of developing new ways to deal with the increasing use of single-use plastics over the coming years.
Hulsbosch has completed another design project for Coles to create the brand strategy, identity, and packaging design for its new dog food range.
Tetra Pak is introducing certified recycled polymers in a market trial in Europe, marking a key step in the company’s approach to circularity.
The Victorian Supreme Court has ruled Bega Cheese is permitted to use the Bega trademark on products outside the scope of the licence Fonterra has for Bega branded cheese and butter products.
Maggie Beer Holdings reported record sales in 1H21, with net sales up 28.6 per cent on the prior comparative period. Cheese was the standout, up 76 per cent pcp.
Patties Foods will sell its two Victorian manufacturing plants in a sale-and-leaseback offering, it announced this week. It anticipates raising around $130 million from the sales.