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Articles Tagged with ''packaging materials''
The plant provides consumers fresh fruit consistent in size, color, quality and taste while scoring environmental points.
Processors beef up food safety measures and invest in automation to remain competitive.
Modified air packaging and material-reducing redesigns were among those recognized.
The top spot on the list went to a basic technology with major ramifications.
The National Bulk Equipment ProductSaver product recovery system reclaims contents for residual resale, reuse or efficient disposal.
Innovative packaging materials and concepts give new and established products greater functionality, sustainability, shelf life and shelf impact.
With a lower shelf film seal flange and an inside closing interference-style lid, the Harpak-ULMA C-Pak reclosable package seals in moisture after it is opened.
It took half a century, but the San Francisco treat’s first truly new product hit national distribution in late 2012 when PepsiCo’s Quaker division rolled out microwavable instant rice in single-serve cups.