Canadian Packaging


  • News Events

    PAC To The Future II, “Retail Reinvented”

    January 29, 2018 by Canadian Packaging staff

    PAC Packaging Consortium brings back its two-day packaging industry event to Montreal.

  • Responsible Sourcing and Renewable Materials: An Overlooked Defense Against Climate Change

    November 23, 2015 by Elisabeth Comere, director of environment and government affairs, Tetra Pak Inc.

    An insightful look at how sustainable sourcing can help mitigate water and food security and global warming if products and processes actually work in cohesion to stimulate a circular economy.

  • News General

    Agents Orange

    December 24, 2010 by George Guidoni, Editor

    When William Shakespeare penned one of his most famous quotes in Henry VI (Part 2) with an earnest pledge, “The first thing we do, let’s kill all the lawyers,” the great playwright was clearly onto something well ahead of his time. And while the moral standards of modern civil society discourage us from recommending such harsh treatment for legal professionals who, after all, are just doing their jobs, every once in a while a case comes along that seems to set new contemptuous lows for the profession’s often-tattered reputation that, like it or not, is often of its own making.

  • News General

    Mars Attacked!

    December 1, 2010 by Canadian Packaging Staff

    The Hershey Company has sued its competitor Mars over allegations its Dove peanut putter milk chocolate Promises, has too many similar packaging elements to Hershey’s Reese’s (aka Reese, in Canada) Peanut Butter Cups, citing a similar package design and similar orange color on the outer packaging.

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