Researchers have come up with a way to use waste paper and chemicals as a viable greener fuel accelerant.
Researchers have determined that a five minute bath in hot and then cool water helps maintain the just-plucked taste of tomatoes.
A new edible coating applied to strawberries found to more than double its shelf life.
Brewer releases corporate responsibility report achieving strong results in its ambitious 2020 goals, noting how in 2014 a total of 100,000 tons of packaging waste was avoided.
Smart cap monitors bacteria levels in milk meaning the days of accidentally ingesting spoiled milk may be over—unless you like that kind of thing.
The PAC Packaging Consortium provides a coffee case study to help it examine global food waste, the environment and, of course, packaging.
Planned partnerships seeks to promote the many advantages of corrugated.
Not quite of Lorax proportions, but the World Wildlife Fund and Unilever partner up in an effort to inspire consumers and help protect trees.
Sealed Air’s Food Care Division shows how easy its new Cryovac Grip & Tear® vacuum bags are to open, boasting food safety benefits: no knives needed, while reducing product damage and cross-contamination. It’s also a fun and witty video.
Asia Pulp and Paper Group (APP) North American director of sustainability & stakeholder relations Ian Lifshitz takes an Insider’s look at sustainability and packaging pharmaceuticals.