Freedom Foods has launched its brand Vital Life with an immune boosting product, using a shot format for its packaging, supplied by Amcor NZ. It has a bend, snap and squeeze call to action for consumers to use the product with ease. Read more
In advance of the much-anticipated publication of Australia's Top 100 Food & Drink Companies 2019 report, we speak to senior industry analyst at IBISWorld Tom Youl about what to expect in this year’s report.
Two South Australian produce and packaging businesses have developed a 100 per cent biodegradable compostable cucumber wrap.
Pic’s Peanut Butter has released its popular Crunchy flavour in a 1kg tub exclusively to Coles. The new size gives consumers a bulk buy option, with the jars made from durable, lightweight and recyclable PET plastic and a PP lid.
Family-owned fresh produce company Montague has announced a $54 million construction for its new packaging and export distribution centre, based in Narre Warren North, Victoria.
With more than a billion tonnes of food wasted every year, APPMA member TOMRA offers its insights into the problem and a view of what can be done to fix it.
At the Food & Drink Business + PKN LIVE breakfast forum on 11 October, a panel of brand owners will explore the ins and outs of what it takes to be a brave brand. And what happens when you're not...
Packaging for Cadbury Dairy Milk bars in the UK has gone blank, with the brand ‘donating its words’ to an aged support charity.
Cadbury will create a giant box of Favourites chocolates for a giveaway to be held in Sydney next month as part of a new campaign.
Chobani has moved to flip-top packs on its new FiT X range of high-protein yoghurts. PKN asked managing director Peter Meek why.
Fresh produce packaging could help reduce the estimated $20bn worth of food that is lost or wasted in Australia per year.
Early bird tickets have just gone on sale for the Food & Drink Business + PKN LIVE breakfast forum on 11 October in Melbourne, which will explore what it takes to be a truly brave brand.
Nestlé has modified its existing equipment to package its new YES! confectionery bars in paper wrapping instead of plastic, without compromising the speed at which bars can be packaged.
Dairy firm Alpura has become the first Mexican company to use Ecolean’s aseptic flexible packaging for its products.
New Zealand’s Tatua Dairy Company has launched a new range of pouches for its specialty cream products using Ecolean film and pouch system – one of the first times this has been employed in the cream category in the region.