Thin, flexible and easy to handle - that is the major food
packaging trend emerging on the Polish market, helped along by
rising sales of dairy products and new hygiene laws on baked goods
in shops, writes Chris Mercer.
As the global trend towards the breakdown of traditional eating
habits gathers pace, packaging innovation has become an
increasingly important aspect in bakery products, as manufacturers
seek to adapt to changing eating habits, says...
A new thermoplastic alloy, designed for use in large retort
packaging sterilisation trays, is said to offer ready-meal
manufacturers increased rack/surge capacity for higher output,
double service life, and lower systems costs.
Most food companies are too short-term focused when it comes to
adopting new technology, claims a packaging expert. They need to
adopt long-term strategic planning and pay closer attention to
changing trends if they wish to stay ahead...
A high frequency metal detector designed to offer food
manufacturers and packers heightened sensitivity for non-ferrous
and stainless steel metals has been launched. Pure, high resistance
non-ferrous and stainless steel metals have...
A nano-composite coating process to improve food packaging has been
developed. This innovation, which is designed to interact with food
to reduce oxygen levels or add flavourings and preservatives, could
put European companies ahead...
Graham Packaging is making its first entry into the salty snack
food market,supplying high-density polyethylene rigid canisters for
Frito-Lay's new Staxpotato crisps. The new Stax went into
nationwide distributon in the US inAugust...