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Evaluating flexible film options for food packaging

Explore new materials and options

One major trend in food packaging has been the emergence of flexible films and all their potential. Not only do these materials create new possibilities for design, they also have the power to reduce waste and improve sustainability.

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Your next bottle of liquor or beer might look a little different

Supply chain challenges continue

Jason Mietus, International Sourcing and Logistics Manager – Rigid Packaging, spoke recently with NPR in Pittsburgh about the glass shortage and supply chain challenges.

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A fresh take on food packaging

Jim Wynne on food packaging opportunities

We know the importance of what we put in our bodies, but do we consider the importance of what the food came in? Jim Wynne discusses packaging solutions for a broad range of food producers.

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Beverage Packaging for Staying In (Or Going Out)

Regardless of where alcohol is enjoyed this summer and beyond, brands need to consider the location, packaging design and materials to stand out in the ever-changing beverage industry. 

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What's new in wine and spirits packaging?

The wine and spirits industry is shaped by consumers’ preferences. But one area these consumers may not think much about helps manufacturers and distributors stand out in a competitive market: packaging.

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Food packaging predicament

Flexible or rigid?

Flexible packaging is a fast growing packaging trend, but is flexible or rigid packaging right for your product and channel strategies? According to our experts, the answer may be both.

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Why do consumers love transparent labeling?

Consumer preference for transparent labeling in food packaging is a growing trend. Learn more about the benefits it offers to brands who want to showcase their food product.

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Starch-based, compostable e-comm panels maintain cold chain

The food and beverage industry has lagged other products in e-commerce adoption since the cold chain is hard to maintain and their packaging is often not sustainable. However, new cold chain packaging solutions are heating up.

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Finding your flow with automation

With all the current challenges businesses have, when is a good time to automate your packaging? Chris Baum discusses identifying equipment solutions to improve process efficiencies – some that weren’t thought possible…

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Aligning values throughout the rigid packaging business

“Wherever you are, you are my customer.” Daniel Caceres tells his story of adopting this sales philosophy, and applying other important business values to rigid packaging. We learn about the journey that helped shape Daniel’s perspective…

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Sustainable temperature controlled packaging

Temperature controlled packaging solutions are dynamic and growing at a rapid rate. So how do packaging suppliers keep up? A material-neutral packaging partner helps you navigate the latest offerings and adapt your packaging with minimal disruption to your operation.

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5 signs it’s time for a package redesign

Brands often face packaging challenges during each stage of the product lifecycle. Whenever product metrics plateau or decline, it may be time for a package redesign.

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8 CPG digital printing trends

The popularity of digital printing is rapidly growing in the CPG market because it offers several key advantages over traditional packaging printing. Here are the eight trends.