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April 2021

Innovation Zone Snapshot – Biosensors monitor ethylene levels to predict fruit ripeness

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Welcome to this week’s Innovation Zone snapshot from ThePackHub.

ThePackHub collates up to 20 new packaging innovations every week for our Innovation Zone database.

We have selected four new initiatives for you today.

More information on our Innovation Zone packaging database – https://www.thepackhub.com/the-innovation-zone/

Watch our 4-minute video update below.
 

ThePackHub collates up to 20 new packaging innovations every week for our Innovation Zone database. We have selected four new initiatives for you today.

More information on our Innovation Zone packaging database – https://www.thepackhub.com/the-innovation-zone/

Launch Offer – Save £250.
Available Now – as two printed volumes and as a download

Find out about ThePackHub’s nine new global packaging trends

– More than 550 market initiatives with visuals, analysis and comment across nine new packaging trends

– consumer insight – find out the views, opinions and motives of the end customer about packaging innovation via our exclusive bespoke research

– 16 key expert interviews – understand the authoritative views of leading packaging industry experts

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Thursday 29th April – 3 pm BST

Join us for our latest packaging webinar as we explore the world of packaging design innovation trends with a whistle-stop tour of the latest innovations.

We are also joined by James Cutting, CEO of [T=Ø] who will tell us how to create 1000’s of artworks in seconds and how their game-changing software and an innovative digital approach is revolutionising pre-media. Enabling brand owners and retailers to significantly improve their speed to market and dramatically reduce the lifetime cost of ownership of a brand.

Hosted by Paul Jenkins, Managing Director and Barrington Pamplin, Technical Director of ThePackHub.

Thursday 29th April – 3 pm BST

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#1 Biosensors monitor ethylene levels to predict fruit ripeness

 

Strella Biotechnology is a Philadelphia startup that has developed biosensors to monitor ethylene level in fruit to predict ripeness. Founder Katherine Sizov was inspired to create a solution while studying molecular biotechnology where she learned that an estimated 40% of fresh food goes to waste. Strella’s biosensors were successfully trialled with apples at a packing plant and were subsequently tested on pears. The biosensors are being used to monitor the ethylene level being given off and can identify when a product has reached the required ripeness and is ready for packing and distributing to stores. It has been estimated that reducing the amount of food waste by 15% could feed 25 million people in the US per annum. Strella have been awarded the President’s Innovation Prize from the University of Pennsylvania, the grand prize at the Arizona State University Innovation Open, and the Venture Award at O3 World’s 1682 conference.


#2 World’s first compostable stretch film with corrosion inhibiting attributes launched

Minnesota-based corrosion protection product manufacturers, Cortec Corporation have released what it claims is the world’s first compostable stretch film which also has corrosion inhibiting attributes. The new patent-pending machine-grade film, called EcoStretch, contains an additive called Nano VpCI (Vapor phase Corrosion Inhibitor Technology) which prevents corrosion across various metal types, including aluminium, steel, copper, brass and cast iron. The film conforms to the ASTM D6400 and EN 13432 standards for commercial composting. The film can be used as a direct replacement for standard PE (polyethylene) stretch film and is said to have excellent elastic properties, but with the added advantages of protecting products from rust, dust, dirt and moisture. Suggested areas of use are in the following industries: automotive, electronics, energy, engine and turbine, marine, mining, steel, tubing and piping.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#3 Switch to clear PET Bottles improves recyclability

Japanese-owned beverage company Frucor Suntory has switched the colour of its 7Up PET (polyethylene terepthelate) bottles from green to clear for the Australia market. The initiative that they say will help consumers recognise that the bottle is recyclable. The cap remains green, and the label artwork utilises a lemon and lime wedge so that consumers are made aware that 7Up is a lemonade product. The move is part of Frucor Suntory’s 2030 sustainability ambitions, by which time they aim to achieve the following: all packaging to be 100% recyclable, all manufacturing sites to have zero waste to landfill, CO2 emissions to be reduced by 35%, water usage reduced by 20%, and 33% of its drinks to be low or no sugar variants. More than half of its beverages are now sold in recyclable aluminium, which contain 66% recycled material.

 

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#4 Laundry refill station makes Australian retail debut

Brands continue to trial refillable pack formats with retail partners as a way to test ways to meet their sustainability objectives. Unilever have been active in this area. This time Unilever Australia has announced the introduction of its first in-store laundry liquid refill station in partnership with Coles. Australia’s second-largest supermarket chain’s concept store in Moonee Ponds in Melbourne now allows shoppers to refill used bottles of Omo, Surf and Sukin laundry liquid brands in store.  According to Unilever, the station’s aim is to save 20 plastic bottles each week through the initiative. Unilever are trialling various approaches to tackle the issue of single-use plastic with refillable solutions very much part of the strategy. They claim that it is unlikely that there will be a “one-size-fits-all” solution to meeting their environmental goals.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


Watch our latest ThePackhub Expert Interview

Ian Beresford, Head of Marketing & Development of Essentra Tapes discusses their recent consumer research results that highlights some of packaging’s frustrations and delights as well as delving into the company’s range of tapes that Open, Close, Inform and Protect.


Packaging question of the week

With improvements, could paper bottles present a viable packaging alternative? What do you think? Vote and comment now. 

Last time, 88% thought the reason for the Green Dot symbol on packaging was not understood by consumers.


Please visit ThePackHub or call us on +44(0)118 963 9990 to find out more about the range of packaging innovation services we offer. We’ve delivered projects for a number of brand owner, retailer and packaging suppliers.

Until next time. Happy innovating.


March 2021

Innovation Zone Snapshot – Retortable, microwavable and recyclable stand up pouch is a first

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Welcome to this week’s Innovation Zone snapshot from ThePackHub.

ThePackHub collates up to 20 new packaging innovations every week for our Innovation Zone database.

We have selected four new initiatives for you today.

More information on our Innovation Zone packaging database – https://www.thepackhub.com/the-innovation-zone/

Watch our 4-minute video update below.
ThePackHub collates up to 20 new packaging innovations every week for our Innovation Zone database. We have selected four new initiatives for you today.

More information on our Innovation Zone packaging database – https://www.thepackhub.com/the-innovation-zone/

Launch Offer – Save £250.
Available Now – as two printed volumes and as a download

Find out about ThePackHub’s nine new global packaging trends

– More than 550 market initiatives with visuals, analysis and comment across nine new packaging trends

– consumer insight – find out the views, opinions and motives of the end customer about packaging innovation via our exclusive bespoke research

– 16 key expert interviews – understand the authoritative views of leading packaging industry experts

Find out more and order


 

Book on our next webinar

Thursday 8th April – 3 pm GMT

FREE one hour webinar. Catch up on the latest sustainable packaging innovation trends with this whistle-stop tour of the latest initiatives. We will cover many recent in-market and developmental examples to inspire you and keep you up to speed.

We will also be joined by Christophe Jordan, Managing Director – Translucent Papers of Arjowiggins who will be discussing their translucent functional barrier Sylvicta paper.

Hosted by Paul Jenkins, Managing Director and Barrington Pamplin, Technical Director of ThePackHub.

Register for free:

Thursday 8th April – 3 pm GMT

Find out more and book.

Book on our other webinars here.


 

Become a packaging recycling expert

ThePackHub has partnered with SUEZ.circpack® to offer an exclusive discount for their Masterclass Recycling course.

Are you developing new packaging? Do you need concrete solutions to ensure its recyclability? SUEZ.circpack® guides you in the world of recycling of packaging. The European scope helps your understanding to ensure the recyclability of your packaging in many countries, now and in the future.

The 10% discount code for 1 person for ThePackHub subscribers is PACKHUB10.

Find out more and book your discounted place here.


You can join more than 8,500 others and stay up to speed on the latest packaging news from ThePackHub by following us on LinkedIn – www.linkedin.com/company/thepackhub

 


Please forward to your friends and colleagues to stay up to date with the latest packaging innovation news.  They can click here to subscribe.

 


#1 Retortable, microwavable and recyclable stand up pouch is a first

 

The first retortable, microwavable and recyclable stand up pouch has been developed in a joint venture between Yorkshire-based packaging supplier JM Packaging, and FEI Foods, a contract packer based in South Wales. FEI Foods are reported to be Europe’s largest processor of ready to eat rice and grain pouch products. The mono-material pouch is made up of a dual laminate of PP (polypropylene) combined with retort-stable inks and gravure printing process. Taking two years, and with the two companies working closely together, they achieved their goals of functionality through production processing, being shelf-stable and continuing to have the same attributes that the consumer is used to. Additionally and importantly, it is fully recyclable, where collection facilities are available. Collection of PP is more advanced in many markets across Europe than in the UK presently due to more established curbside collection. However, some local authorities do collect PP curbside and supermarkets are starting to roll out instore PP collection points.


#2 Invisible imagery rendered visible with scanner for anti-counterfeiting labels

Two Russian universities in St Petersburg have developed a new anti-counterfeiting label with a difference. The ITMO University and St Petersburg Academic University have created a label that contains invisible imagery that can only be rendered noticeable with a system-specific scanner. The surface of the label has a lattice of tiny holes, some of which contain erbium, which is a rare earth element. This then creates a pattern that can be recorded by brand owners and checked using the scanner, and as the erbium has a distinct luminescence, it can be checked against the manufacturer’s records. For extra security, the wavelength, intensity and radiation can also be assessed. It is reported that the label stands up well to mechanical and chemical variations.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#3 Pre-measured baby milk tabs improves on-the-go feeding

Danone’s baby milk arm has launched its Aptamil formula baby milk in pre-measured tabs for the UK market. Danone have entered into a partnership with Japanese food manufacturer Meiji who have a patented process for tab production. The tabs are being produced at Danone’s Wexford, Ireland formula milk processing plant. Following research, the business concluded that there was an opportunity for ‘on-the-go’ feeding. Greater convenience was also raised as a desire by mums. One tab is equivalent to one scoop of conventional powder, and it is claimed that the new tabs dissolve easily. Danone see the benefits for the tabs to be less mess during preparation and more accurate measurement. Although the new format uses more packaging than standard milk formula packs, a greater percentage is recyclable, and they are looking at other options including the use of mono materials to improve recycling. As the quality standards for baby formula products are critical, extensive testing was required to ensure that shelf life and product integrity are not compromised. Each pack contains 24 sachets with five unwrapped tabs per sachet. They expect to start distribution throughout Europe.

 

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#4 Home compostable film switch for leading US confectionery brand

Mars Wrigley is moving US packaging production of their Skittles product into a home compostable film by the end of 2021. In a collaboration with Bainbridge, Georgia-based Danimer Scientific, they will pack Skittles into Danimer’s Nodax polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) material. PHA is manufactured from oils such as soy and canola through a natural fermentation process and breaks down in both household and industrial compost settings. PHA is renewably sourced and leaves a minimal impact on the environment upon disposal. The two-year agreement will see Mars Wrigley evaluating the material with a view to scaling up across their other brands. Initially, Mars will target smaller single pack sizes as it is understood that these are more likely to be littered and less likely to be recycled. The move is part of Mars Wrigley’s corporate strategy called ‘Sustainable in a Generation’, its aim is to achieve 100% reusable, recyclable or compostable packs by 2025. They are also currently evaluating mono plastic and paper based alternatives.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


Watch our latest ThePackhub Expert Interview

Ian Beresford, Head of Marketing & Development of Essentra Tapes discusses their recent consumer research results that highlights some of packaging’s frustrations and delights as well as delving into the company’s range of tapes that Open, Close, Inform and Protect.


Packaging question of the week

What do you think retailers’ appetite for compostable packaging will be over the next 18 months? Vote and comment now. 

Last time, 30% thought we will see a lot more use of NFC and RFID for smart packaging applications over the next 12 months.


Please visit ThePackHub or call us on +44(0)118 963 9990 to find out more about the range of packaging innovation services we offer. We’ve delivered projects for a number of brand owner, retailer and packaging suppliers.

Until next time. Happy innovating.


March 2021

Innovation Zone Snapshot – Paper-based pallet stretch wrap reduces plastic use by up to 70%

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Welcome to this week’s Innovation Zone snapshot from ThePackHub.

ThePackHub collates up to 20 new packaging innovations every week for our Innovation Zone database.

We have selected four new initiatives for you today.

 

More information on our Innovation Zone packaging database – https://www.thepackhub.com/the-innovation-zone/

Launch Offer – Save £250.
Available Now – as two printed volumes and as a download

Find out about ThePackHub’s nine new global packaging trends

– More than 550 market initiatives with visuals, analysis and comment across nine new packaging trends

– consumer insight – find out the views, opinions and motives of the end customer about packaging innovation via our exclusive bespoke research

– 16 key expert interviews – understand the authoritative views of leading packaging industry experts

Find out more and order


 

Book on our next webinar

Thursday 8th April – 3 pm GMT

FREE one hour webinar. Catch up on the latest sustainable packaging innovation trends with this whistle-stop tour of the latest initiatives. We will cover many recent in-market and developmental examples to inspire you and keep you up to speed.

We will also be joined by Christophe Jordan, Managing Director – Translucent Papers of Arjowiggins who will be discussing their translucent functional barrier Sylvicta paper.

Hosted by Paul Jenkins, Managing Director and Barrington Pamplin, Technical Director of ThePackHub.

Register for free:

Thursday 8th April – 3 pm GMT

Find out more and book.

Book on our other webinars here.


 

Become a packaging recycling expert

ThePackHub has partnered with SUEZ.circpack® to offer an exclusive discount for their Masterclass Recycling course.

Are you developing new packaging? Do you need concrete solutions to ensure its recyclability? SUEZ.circpack® guides you in the world of recycling of packaging. The European scope helps your understanding to ensure the recyclability of your packaging in many countries, now and in the future.

The 10% discount code for 1 person for ThePackHub subscribers is PACKHUB10.

Find out more and book your discounted place here.


You can join more than 8,400 others and stay up to speed on the latest packaging news from ThePackHub by following us on LinkedIn – www.linkedin.com/company/thepackhub

 


Please forward to your friends and colleagues to stay up to date with the latest packaging innovation news.  They can click here to subscribe.

 


#1 Paper-based pallet stretch wrap reduces plastic use by up to 70%

 

A disruptive new packaging format is hitting the floors of warehouses thanks to a new initiative from Lleida, Spain-based Pampols Packaging. The business has announced the introduction of a new pallet wrapper that incorporates paper-based packaging. The solution has been designed to reduce the use of plastic for the protection and palletisation of warehouse loads. Pampols uses a special low-micron film that can reduce plastic use by up to 70%. It also has the additional benefit of being able to hide palletized merchandise. Pampols state that this is a “very novel product” that is 100% made of paper and is stretchable due to its specific mechanical properties. The wrap is reported to be functionally resistant to sharp angles and rounded edges as well as to any sudden movements during transportation. The new material serves as an alternative to other low micron plastic film on the market for businesses wanting to reduce the use of plastic in their palletised loads.


#2 Battery pack design encourages product recycling

A new pack design is in development that has been designed to encourage the recycling of household batteries. Ecopack is a patented carton pack for the storage of AA and AAA batteries. Standard packs of disposable batteries are not designed to encourage recycling. They are created to be opened once and not designed to be resealed. The packaging is often disposed of by the user once the pack has been first opened. The packaging often tears and the contents can fall out of the pack, making it difficult for the user to store the batteries for future use. When batteries are used up, there is no obvious place to store them. Consumers often find it hard to distinguish between used and new batteries. The creation of a smart pack for batteries makes it easier for users to store their batteries at home.   Ecopack works as a storage for both new and disposed batteries, without getting them mixed up. The plastic-free pack is recyclable and can be white or brown, and the package design contains no plastic. It is currently part of a Kickstarter funding campaign.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#3 Reusable hand sanitiser pushes for funding

A new solution is at concept stage that offers a reusable alternative to reduce the usage of paper napkins and synthetic recyclable wipes. The solution has a particular appeal to capitalise on the large growth in demand for hand sanitisers in the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic. Splash is a US brand that has created a reusable way to keep hands and belongings germ-free. It is refillable in seconds and works with any liquid solution. The compact and lightweight container is made from titanium and weighs under 30g. It is claimed to be virtually unbreakable. It is seen as useful for travellers and those on-the-go. It can be attached to keys, belts or handbags via a handy clip. It offers precision spraying and a 100% leak-free cap holder. Splash is available in four different patterned designs. The initial product design took over six months of prototyping and development. It is currently part of a fundraising and product awareness Kickstarter campaign.

 

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#4 Refill bottle for household cleaning products spray containers developed

Sattledt, Austria headquartered and Innovation Zone members Greiner Packaging have again been on the innovation trail with a new concept that taps into the growth for refill solutions. Their new solution is again developed in conjunction with its DesPro in-house design agency. The new initiative can be utilised for household cleaning products liquids in spray containers. it is claimed that the bottle can be used for the equivalent of four regular spray bottles and trigger sprayers. The 200-ml refill bottle for multiple doses has a practical flip-top cap with a guiding nozzle.  It is reported that the refill cycle decreases plastic use by up to 85%. The refill bottle can be made from HDPE, PP or PET and weighs about 16 grams. It is feasible to produce the entire bottle from PCR plastic. It includes 200ml of concentrate, which produces ten times its liquid volume over four spray bottle refills. The new bottle makes it easy for users to squeeze out their contents in consistent doses, which incorporates a user-friendly level indicator. The outer packaging is no longer strictly necessary, which further reduces material use.  The refill bottle can be made of HDPE, PP, or PET, while the lid can be made from HDPE or PP.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


Watch our latest ThePackhub Expert Interview

John Williams Chief Technical officer of Aquapak discusses their multi-functional polymers designed to eliminate plastic pollution.


Packaging question of the week

Have you had your vaccine yet?  Vote and comment now. 

Last time: 70% say that they do watch packaging webinars.


Please visit ThePackHub or call us on +44(0)118 963 9990 to find out more about the range of packaging innovation services we offer. We’ve delivered projects for a number of brand owner, retailer and packaging suppliers.

Until next time. Happy innovating.


March 2021

Innovation Zone Snapshot – Recyclable alternative to plastic bags introduced

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Innovation Zone ThePackHub - thepackhub.com

 

Welcome to this week’s Innovation Zone snapshot from ThePackHub.

ThePackHub collates up to 20 new packaging innovations every week for our Innovation Zone database.

We have selected four new initiatives for you today.

 

More information on our Innovation Zone packaging database – https://www.thepackhub.com/the-innovation-zone/

Launch Offer – Save £250.
Available Now – as two printed volumes and as a download

Find out about ThePackHub’s nine new global packaging trends

– More than 550 market initiatives with visuals, analysis and comment across nine new packaging trends

– consumer insight – find out the views, opinions and motives of the end customer about packaging innovation via our exclusive bespoke research

– 16 key expert interviews – understand the authoritative views of leading packaging industry experts

Find out more and order

This week – book on our next webinar

This Thursday 11th March 2021 at 3 pm GMT

FREE one hour webinar. Catch up on the latest sustainable packaging innovation trends with this whistle-stop tour of the latest initiatives. We will cover many recent in-market and developmental examples to inspire you and keep you up to speed.

We will be joined by Dr John Williams of Aquapak Polymers, who will be discussing their multi-functional polymers designed to eliminate plastic pollution.

Hosted by Paul Jenkins, Managing Director and Barrington Pamplin, Technical Director of ThePackHub

Feel free to share with your colleagues.

Register for free:
Find out more and book.

Book on our other webinars here.

 

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#1 Recyclable alternative to plastic bags introduced

 

Leading provider of corrugated packaging solutions DS Smith has been on the innovation trail again with the introduction of what is claimed to be the first 100% recyclable alternative to plastic bags. The solution has the dual advantage of being accepted for conventional retail product pick up or for use for online deliveries.  As the single-use plastic bag ban continues to advance around the world, DS Smith is offering their Greentote solution as the first reusable and recyclable container made from renewable resources. The USDA food-contact safe alternative is made of cardboard and available in two sizes. The moisture-resistant fibre-based tote is reported to be sturdier than paper to help keep grocery items protected. Greentote can hold more than three times the number of groceries than plastic bags and can interlock to improve convenience during transportation. Greentote is coated with DS Smith’s proprietary Greencoat solution to deliver moisture-resistant capabilities.


#2 OLED tattoos could track freshness of food

A research team from the University College London (UCL) and the Italian Institute of Technology are developing a new high tech way to reduce food waste. The new light-emitting technology may still be a few years from any packaging industry commercialisation. Light-up OLED tattoo technology has been developed to help reduce food waste. The technology could be used to monitor a multitude of different metrics for the measurement of physical human performance as well as packaging applications to determine the freshness of food. The OLED tattoos are just 2.3 micrometres thick. The device is applied using water transfer and can be washed away after use. An electroluminescent polymer emits light when subjected to an electric field. This sits in between a pair of electrodes protected by an insulating layer, with the device then applied to commercial tattoo paper. The technology has been applied to a plastic bottle, an orange and some paper packaging. The tattooable OLEDs can be made at scale and not costly to produce.  Applying the tattoos to fruit to signal when it is past its expiry date is a target development area.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#3 Water barrier coating eliminates PE film lamination

Many of the entries in the Innovation Zone indicate a clear trend towards the use of mono-materials to improve recycling. This trend has inevitably led to ongoing developments of various barrier coatings. In keeping with this trend, leading printing ink specialists and raw material manufacturers Hubergroup is launching a new water barrier coating. The improved formulation of the binding agents means that there is no longer a need for PE film lamination as a water barrier. Paper packaging employing the barrier coating protects packs against water and can be recycled in established paper recycling waste systems. The use of Hubergroup’s HYDRO-X GA Water Barrier Coating can facilitate the change from laminated to mono-material paper structures. The solution is suitable for use throughout the packaging industry, specifically for foodstuffs such as sugar, flour, and dry animal foods. The new coating is also suitable for non-food sector applications such as cement packaging. It is suitable for both coated and uncoated paper. Huber Group is also working on the development and manufacture of additional protective coatings that deliver oxygen barrier coatings.  The capability is available for use worldwide.

 

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#4 Bioplastic packaging film using marine seaweed in development

Researchers from the National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) based in Chennai, India have developed a new bioplastic film made from marine seaweed. The solution renders the same physical and mechanical properties of conventional plastics. The film is a combination of a species of red algae seaweed and a polyethylene glycol PEG-3000 plasticizer. PEG is a non-toxic polymer, often applied to enhance the thermos-plasticity of the polymer used in medicinal applications.  The new film will safely break down in the environment without any toxicity and no biomass used for feedstocks have been used  The algae is inexpensive as well as rapid to grow (45 days) using sunlight only without the use of freshwater or any chemical intervention. The polymers are similar to the plant-based versions used in food packaging applications that facilitate good oxygen and moisture permeability to help extend shelf life. Not only can the new bioplastic polymers biodegrade naturally without producing any toxic wastes, but they can also be disposed of through ordinary food waste collection.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


Watch our latest ThePackhub Expert Interview

Justin Kempson, Director of Sales and Innovation of UK thermoformed recyclable rigid plastic packaging company Charpak discusses how the business has grown, the growth and importance of sustainability as well as the business’s innovative Satchmo solution.


Packaging question of the week

Do you watch packaging webinars?  Vote and comment now. 

Last time: 64% feel prepared to tackle any upcoming packaging legislation changes coming their way.


Please visit ThePackHub or call us on +44(0)118 963 9990 to find out more about the range of packaging innovation services we offer. We’ve delivered projects for a number of brand owner, retailer and packaging suppliers.

Until next time. Happy innovating.


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