A stark reminder of corporate responsibility in plastic pollution
Hair care industry first creates sustainable business model advancing circular economy. In Addition, 500 million bottles of P&G hair care products to be made with recycled plastic every year by 2018.
NFL Super Bowl MVP Von Miller to represent Old Spice as the greatest smell in the NFL
The Procter & Gamble Company agrees to merge 43 of its beauty brands with Coty.
Proctor & Gamble joins the Flexible Film Recycling Group to better recycle flexible plastic wraps and bags.
Ford teams up with Heinz to create usable tomato auto parts.
Consumer convenience rates high marks for 26th DuPont Awards for Packaging Innovation.
Braun’s line of female beauty brands gets makeover with internationally-recognizable television and film actress at the helm.
Working with WWF, eight companies will wrestle with bioplastic development in a responsible way.
Just-released annual sustainability report shows P&G’s progress toward its environmental and social sustainability goals for 2020.
P&G launches largest consumer event in its 175-year history.
North American thought leaders to share corporate sustainability strategies and PAC NEXT life solutions.
Renowned CPG firm says MonoSol played a big part in helping Tide Pods be the successful product it is.
Proctor & Gamble sale of Pringles to Diamond Foods delayed by six months.
PAC – The Packaging Association creates PAC NEXT to lead to zero packaging waste.
DELTA FORCE A newly-developed robotic system from ESS Technologies, Inc. integrates Fanuc’s new M-1iA delta-style robot with its own custom end-of-arm-tooling (EOAT) and programming to create a very compact system for machine loading and unloading applications, such as unloading filled…
The Procter & Gamble Company (P&G) has announced it is compacting its entire U.S. and Canadian portfolio of powder laundry detergents beginning in February 2011. The move will bring to the market new compacted powder versions of Tide, Gain, Cheer,…
The Procter & Gamble Company has filed a patent lawsuit against Kraft Foods Inc., manufacturer of the Maxwell House and Tassimo coffee brands. The lawsuit was filed as an amendment to a current complaint alleging that Kraft’s new four-pound plastic…