Dairy ‘beer’ In The Pipeline


Dairy that is fermented and brewed like beer could soon be on tap as Sam Alcaine, assistant professor at Cornell University’s Department of Food Science, turns dairy waste into an alcoholic drink.

 

Tetra Pak Launches New Packaging Material Effects​


Tetra Pak has launched a suite of new packaging material effects, known as Tetra Pak Artistry, which the company said will help food and beverage producers revitalize the look and feel of their produc

 

Uflex Enters Aseptic Liquid Packaging Market For The First Time


Uflex, which has manufactured flexible packaging for 35 years, has moved into aseptic liquid packaging for the first time.

 

Duravant Acquires Qc Industries Conveyor Systems


Duravant equipment manufacturer has acquired QC Industries conveyor systems.

 

Smurfit Kappa Rejects International Paper Buy-out


Smurfit Kappa has rejected a buy-out from International Paper Company (IP) because: ‘it fails to reflect the Group’s superior prospects as an independent business and represents a valuation multip

 

Abco Automation Signs Value Provider Program Agreement With Abb


ABCO Automation, which designs and builds factory automation systems, has signed a Value Provider Program (VPP) agreement with ABB robotics.

 

Sig And Proleit To Combine Their Expertise To Deliver Smarter F&b Filling Lines


SIG has partnered with ProLeiT, automation and process control systems, to offer producers advanced production technology and integrated software for food, beverage and dairy producers.

 

Dmk Goes ‘back To The Moo-ture’ With New And Old Ice Creams


Germany’s DMK Group is launching several new ice creams in different categories through its business unit DMK Ice Cream.

 

Idc And Zap Find ‘the Answer’ To Delivering Milk Without Refrigeration


International Dispensing Corporation (IDC) has successfully partnered with ZAP Logistics dairy distributor to deliver unrefrigerated milk using ‘The Answer’ aseptic tap.

 

‘the Actions Of One Uk Retailer Are Insignificant When More Than 85% Of Plastic Marine Pollution Comes From Asia And Africa’


Iceland has become the first major UK retailer to commit to eliminating plastic packaging for its own-brand products by 2023.

 
 
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