A monthly look at some of the hits and misses in the packaging world from the viewpoint of Joe Public, Canadian Packaging magazine’s revolving columnists. From the May 2019 issue.
The recyclable and home-compostable punnets have enabled the grower to reduce its use of plastic packaging by 95 per cent
Canadian Packaging editor George Guidoni delves into the circular economy in the May 2019 issue.
Ontario plastics processor leverages packaging sustainability as key competitive advantage to propel market share growth to the next level
Bracia Koral is setting the pace with the introduction of packages that can be reused once the product is consumed
The rice-in-a-can format still offers the same convenience advantages
Songwon will continue the smooth transition to this new form of sustainable packaging
Tim Hortons sustainability commitment will transform consumer behavior through an integrated marketing campaign over the next 10-years
How a return to packaging’s past can drive the circular economy of tomorrow
Collaboration with Ampacet to drive progress toward a circular economy
The videos can be viewed on the RPC Group website
Petzeba produces and sells own-brand pet food for cats and dogs
Multilayer paper fibre-based composite for skin packs
APP’s Ian Lifshitz named by Environmental Leader & Energy Manager Today as honoree to 2019 E + E 100
How cannabis legalization will drive profound packaging innovation.
A monthly look at some of the hits and misses in the packaging world from the viewpoint of Joe Public, Canadian Packaging magazine’s revolving columnists. From the April 2019 issue.
Food Banks Canada is now part of the CHEP Canada network
The operation will allow Cascades to increase its internal integration of parent roll production.
The Eco-Line cup range is available in four sizes from 25cl to 50cl.
TC Transcontinental has become the first Canadian-based to formally join the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s New Plastics Economy Global Commitment
Collectors will earn points that can be used for charity gifts or converted to cash and donated to charities of their choice.
The venerable soft-drink giant is launching a new range of smaller plastic bottles across Canada.
Rationalization is occurring with large companies looking to take significant positions
SIG set out to become a net positive company three years ago
Canadian Packaging editor George Guidoni shares his thoughts on Steamwhistle’s new design
Since its launch in Québec in November 2017, more than one Cascades employee per week has joined the program
This venture also involves the development of ways to safely use these recycled materials in new food packaging
The new WaveGrip Sleek offers significant packaging material savings and environmental advantages
Plastic packaging solutions provider ALPLA and paper packaging materials‐ and solutions provider BillerudKorsnäs today announced that they will embark on a joint venture. They do so with the vision to develop a fully biobased and recyclable paper bottle.
The Star Group is looking for new and better ways to innovate in all products
INX representatives will be available in booth 5362 at Graphics Canada
The global egg packaging market is estimated to roughly land at over US$ 5.5 billion by 2019 end