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June 2021

Innovation Zone Snapshot – Bioplastic made from popcorn waste viable alternative to polystyrene

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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/

New – Watch our last webinar in full

You can watch our latest webinar online.

Catch up on the latest recyclable packaging innovation trends with this whistle-stop tour of the latest initiatives. We cover many recent in-market and developmental examples to inspire you and keep you bang up to speed. We were joined by Vincent Mooij of SUEZ.circpack® who discusses how their extensive solutions can help you understand the recycling process, and design the best circular packaging for your brand. Hosted by Paul Jenkins, Managing Director and Barrington Pamplin, Technical Director of ThePackHub

You can watch it here.

For any additional information about SUEZ.circpack® :

Vincent Mooij
Email: vincent.mooij@suez.com
Telephone: +31 6 20493022

Download Design 4 Recycling Guidelines here.

Any questions about the innovations discussed or the Innovation Zone, please contact paul.jenkins@thepackhub.com.


 

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/

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

Global Packaging Trends Compendium 2021 comprises 671 pages over two volumes and is just £900.

Find out more and order


 

This Week – book on our next webinar

Thursday 10th June – 3 pm BST

Join us for ThePackHub’s free packaging webinar as we explore the world of packaging innovation trends with a whistle-stop tour of the latest innovations.

Presentations on the latest packaging innovations from ThePackHub and Simon Lewis, Vice President Marketing at Highcon.

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

Thursday 10th June – 3 pm BST

Find out more and book.


 

You can join more than 9,000 others and stay up to speed on the latest packaging news from ThePackHub by following us on LinkedIn – www.linkedin.com/company/thepackhub

 


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#1 Bioplastic made from popcorn waste viable alternative to polystyrene

 

A German university has developed a bioplastic with many of the attributes of polystyrene (PS), but made from popcorn waste. The researchers at the University of Göttingen were so pleased with the resulting material that they have subsequently patented the process. They have also entered into an exclusivity agreement with German cereal manufacturer Nordgetreide, for them to manufacture and sell products made from the new material. The material is comprised of cooked and popped corn, processing waste from cereal production. The waste is then processed so that it has a granular appearance. Then using similar technologies to those used for processing polystyrene and other plastics, it becomes malleable and can be formed into suitable shapes. The resulting product is water-resistant and can be used several times. Being completely natural, once it reaches the end of its useful life it will biodegrade completely without leaving residues.


#2 Burger brand switches from box packaging to grass paper wrapper

McDonald’s Germany have moved their premium burger, the Deutschland out of its current box format and into a grass paper wrapper. It is reported that the use of grass fibres saves large amounts of energy, water and CO2 emissions. The new paper wrapper is comprised of 20% grass, is FSC-licensed and derived from existing grass areas, so does not compete for space with other crops. The grass also does not travel far to be processed. By moving from a board carton to a paper wrapper, McDonald’s have reduced the packaging weight by an estimated 70%. The move is part of McDonald’s ambitions to reduce plastic and packaging waste. Their goal is that by 2025 all packaging should be made up of either 100% renewable or recycled materials. The McDonald’s wraps already in a paper wrapper will also move to the new grass paper format.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#3 New dispensing pump made from recyclable polyethylene

Aptar are a global supplier of innovative drug delivery, consumer product dispensing and material science solutions. The Illinois-headquartered solutions provider has launched a fully recyclable dispensing pump made using polyethylene (PE). The ‘Future’ solution from Aptar used the mono-material PE to make recycling easier, as traditional pumps usually contain many different materials that are difficult to separate when recycling. The pump features a 360-degree actuator, with a locking system for turning the pump on/off. The solution was not discovered overnight, it is the result of over two years of research and testing, and is certified by cyclos-HTP and RecyClass

 

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#4 Bottles made from citrus fruit waste in development

Citruspack was a three-year project that set out to develop packaging bioproducts manufactured from citrus fruit waste. They succeeded to develop three product prototypes, a juice bottle (bio-bottle), a cosmetic jar (bio-jar), and a moisturising facial cream. Co-ordinated by Zaragoza-based AITIIP Technology Centre, a number of other research organisations were involved, from five countries (Spain, Greece, Slovenia, France and Belgium). The initial stage was to extract natural compounds from waste such as fibres or essential oils. The compounds obtained were then developed further either into packaging bioplastics or cosmetic products such as moisturisers, scrubs and facial masks. The extrusion-blown bioplastic juice bottles that were developed conformed to EN 13432, the standard by which products can be said to be industrially compostable. The project was funded by the European Commission’s LIFE Programme.

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More info in The Innovation Zone.


Watch our latest ThePackhub Expert Interview

Vincent Mooij of SUEZ.circpack® discusses the challenges in delivering recyclable packaging. We chat about some of the solutions available to help understand the recycling process and design the best circular packaging for a brand.


Packaging question of the week

Do you use in-store recycling schemes? Vote and comment now. 

Last week, 76% have reusable and/or refillable packaging in their kitchen cupboards.


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.


June 2021

Innovation Zone Snapshot – Paper-based sachets are 100% recyclable

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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/

New – Watch our last webinar in full

You can watch our latest webinar online.

Catch up on the latest recyclable packaging innovation trends with this whistle-stop tour of the latest initiatives. We cover many recent in-market and developmental examples to inspire you and keep you bang up to speed. We were joined by Vincent Mooij of SUEZ.circpack® who discusses how their extensive solutions can help you understand the recycling process, and design the best circular packaging for your brand. Hosted by Paul Jenkins, Managing Director and Barrington Pamplin, Technical Director of ThePackHub

You can watch it here.

For any additional information about SUEZ.circpack® :

Vincent Mooij
Email: vincent.mooij@suez.com
Telephone: +31 6 20493022

Download Design 4 Recycling Guidelines here.

Any questions about the innovations discussed or the Innovation Zone, please contact paul.jenkins@thepackhub.com.


 

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/

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

Global Packaging Trends Compendium 2021 comprises 671 pages over two volumes and is just £900.

Find out more and order


 

Book on our next webinar

Thursday 10th June – 3 pm BST

Join us for ThePackHub’s free packaging webinar as we explore the world of packaging innovation trends with a whistle-stop tour of the latest innovations.

Presentations on the latest packaging innovations from ThePackHub and Simon Lewis, Vice President Marketing at Highcon.

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

Thursday 10th June – 3 pm BST

Find out more and book.


 

You can join more than 8,900 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 sachets are 100% recyclable

 

Unilever-owned sauces brand Colman’s is moving its powdered Meal Makers sachets into a 100% recyclable paper-based format. The current sachet is a non-recyclable multi-layer combination of plastic, aluminium and paper. The new format is a barrier paper that conforms to On-Pack Recycling Label (OPRL) guidelines. The first product to move to the new format is Colman’s Sausage Casserole, with the rest of the range expected to switch by the end of the year. Colman’s have estimated that the move to the barrier paper will save over 240 tonnes of material per annum once the change has been fully implemented. As part of their ongoing sustainability commitments, Unilever have committed to halving its use of virgin plastic and making sure that all of its packaging is either reusable, recyclable or compostable by 2025.


#2 New plastic-free pack for potato chips introduced

Spanish potato chips brand Marinas has introduced a 100% recyclable pack in a bid to make the products more sustainable. Potato crisps packaging is not widely recyclable with collection schemes from the likes of TerraCycle the real only means to recycle packs. There have been some compostable pack developments. See for example – New UK crisp brand in 100% compostable packMarinas is taking a step forward with their environmental commitment, becoming one of the first brands in the potato chips sector to completely remove plastic from its bags. The innovation is replacing traditionally used plastic, instead using a film made of plant-based compostable material collected from FSC and PEFC certified forests.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#3 Sauce tube pack resembles the form of a pepper

Nongfu Wangtian, a brand of pepper sauces from China, has launched a range that resembles the form of a pepper in a tube format rather than the traditional glass bottle. The lid is shaped like the stem of a pepper and can be used for hanging the product in-store, intended to give the consumer the feeling of picking the chilli in person. The product comes in three varieties of red, yellow and green colours to denote the varying heat of the sauce. The depiction of the pepper is picked out in gloss print, with the background in matt. Customer research by the design team showed a willingness to try of 87%, and a 46% preference to conventional glass bottles. The pack is made of corn starch and will fully degrade within six months under normal composting conditions. The design was created by design agency Shenzen BOB.

 

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#4 Secondary packaging for cans replaced with paper

Headquartered in Dortmund, Germany, international packaging manufacturer KHS Group are launching a new secondary packaging system for drink cans. Traditionally, the secondary packaging format has been made of shrinkwrap film, which is often not recyclable. The plastic material is out of favour with brands and retailers looking at material alternatives to reduce their plastic footprint. KHS’s new offering for secondary packaging is made out of paper. This type of pack can replace shrink film or wraparound carton packaging on sets of 12 or 24 cans. The production of this packaging is high-capacity, coming in at around 90,000 cans made per hour. The replacement of plastic with a paper solution encourages a circular economy as it can be recycled and is also biodegradable.

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More info in The Innovation Zone.


Watch our latest ThePackhub Expert Interview

James Cutting of [T=0] discusses his career journey and what attracted him to his current role. He tells us how his groundbreaking business is able to create 1000’s of artworks in seconds enabling brand owners and retailers to significantly improve their speed to market.


Packaging question of the week

Do you use in-store recycling schemes? Vote and comment now. 

Last week, 76% have reusable and/or refillable packaging in their kitchen cupboards.


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.


May 2021

Innovation Zone Snapshot – Alternative to EPS made using wool for chilled fish launched

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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/

New – Watch our last webinar in full

You can watch our latest webinar online.

Catch up on the latest recyclable packaging innovation trends with this whistle-stop tour of the latest initiatives. We cover many recent in-market and developmental examples to inspire you and keep you bang up to speed. We were joined by Vincent Mooij of SUEZ.circpack® who discusses how their extensive solutions can help you understand the recycling process, and design the best circular packaging for your brand. Hosted by Paul Jenkins, Managing Director and Barrington Pamplin, Technical Director of ThePackHub

You can watch it here.

For any additional information about SUEZ.circpack® :

Vincent Mooij
Email: vincent.mooij@suez.com
Telephone: +31 6 20493022

Download Design 4 Recycling Guidelines here.

Any questions about the innovations discussed or the Innovation Zone, please contact paul.jenkins@thepackhub.com.


 

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/

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

Global Packaging Trends Compendium 2021 comprises 671 pages over two volumes and is just £900.

Find out more and order


 

Book on our next webinar

Thursday 10th June – 3 pm BST

Join us for ThePackHub’s free packaging webinar as we explore the world of packaging innovation trends with a whistle-stop tour of the latest innovations.

Presentations on the latest packaging innovations from ThePackHub and Simon Lewis, Vice President Marketing at Highcon.

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

Thursday 10th June – 3 pm BST

Find out more and book.


 

You can join more than 8,900 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 Alternative to EPS made using wool for chilled fish launched

 

Icelandic packaging company Cool Wool have created a sustainable alternative to EPS (expanded polystyrene) containers that are the predominant packaging option for transporting chilled salmon and other fish species. Their zero-waste solution comprises of a board inner and a board outer layer coated with biodegradable Ormorcer as a moisture barrier. A layer of Icelandic sheep’s wool is then sandwiched between the two board layers. The board layers are recyclable, as is the wool layer. The wool is either discarded from farms, or regenerated wool from the textile industry. In trials, the prototype container has been proven to give the same performance as EPS boxes over a 72 hour period. To arrive at their solution, Cool Wool liaised closely with local salmon processors to understand the challenging requirements for the container. Cool Wool have been awarded a grant from the Technology Research Institute of Iceland and European Commission so that they can carry out further research and development.


#2 Secondary packaging made from manure designed to replace fibreboard

Two decades ago, US farmer Matthew Freund created a new product utilising the manure from his farm to make compostable plant pots. CowPots became a success, even being featured on a TV programme called Dirty Jobs. Although successful, he found that his manure plant pots were seasonal, only making money for half the year, as customers tended to buy them for growing seedlings. He has now branched out into packaging with a new product, CowPots Packaging Corners. They are designed to replace the current edge and corner protectors, usually made from fibreboard, which is generally used for shipping frames and other delicate items. The advantage of the Cow Pots Packaging Corners is that they are 100% compostable and biodegradable. The compostable corners have been FDA approved for use as secondary packaging, and the USDA has certified them as safe for shipping outside of the US.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#3 New spray system removes the need for individual pack layers

Swindon-based packaging manufacturer Multivac have created a solution that tackles a consumer pain point for some food packaging. To prevent food products from sticking together, whilst still maintaining low pack weight. They are introducing a new spray system to help with the packaging of thinly sliced or sticky products. It can be integrated directly into existing production lines, and it works by making an odourless, transparent, and tasteless liquid that allows the layers of food to be more easily separated. The spray will remove the necessity for packaging interleaving film layers to separate the products, thereby reducing packaging weight and production costs for producers with consequent advantages to the environment.

 

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#4 Refillable mouthwash dispenser focuses on stand-out design

A refillable mouthwash dispenser with a designer look is available from US-based oral care company Quip. The attractive and user-friendly dispenser contains concentrated mouthwash which is dispensed into a cup and then diluted before use. The dispenser is available in either a plastic or metal finish with a variety of different colours including black, white, silver or bronze. The refills are on a three-monthly auto-delivery basis, with each concentrated bottle containing enough for 90 doses. The anti-cavity mouthwash is alcohol-free, colourless and vegan. The starter kit costs $35, with two 90 dose refill bottles priced at $15. Each 90 dose bottle is designed to replace a standard 470ml mouthwash bottle. The refillable dispenser is one of a range of designer oral care products from Quip that includes floss, toothpaste, toothbrushes and gum.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


Watch our latest ThePackhub Expert Interview

James Cutting of [T=0] discusses his career journey and what attracted him to his current role. He tells us how his groundbreaking business is able to create 1000’s of artworks in seconds enabling brand owners and retailers to significantly improve their speed to market.


Packaging question of the week

Do your kitchen cupboards include reusable and/or refillable packaging? Vote and comment now. 

Last week, 29% thought that the focus on plastic reduction was too much.


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.


May 2021

Innovation Zone Snapshot – Breakthrough blister pack improves sustainability

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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/

New – Watch our last webinar in full

Watch our latest packaging webinar as we explore the world of packaging design innovation trends with a whistle-stop tour of the latest innovations. We were also joined by James Cutting, CEO of [T=Ø] who can create 1000’s of artworks in seconds and dramatically reduce the lifetime cost of ownership of a brand. Hosted by Paul Jenkins, Managing Director and Barrington Pamplin, Technical Director of ThePackHub.

For any additional information about [T=0]:

James Cutting
Email: james.cutting@timeequals0.com
Telephone: +44 7572023204

Any questions about the innovations discussed or the Innovation Zone, please contact paul.jenkins@thepackhub.com.

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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/

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

Global Packaging Trends Compendium 2021 comprises 671 pages over two volumes and is just £900.

Find out more and order


 

Book on our next webinar

Thursday 20th May – 3 pm BST

FREE one hour webinar. Catch up on the latest recyclable 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 SUEZ.circpack® who will be discussing how their extensive solution can help you understand the recycling process, and design the best circular packaging for your brand.

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

Thursday 20th May – 3 pm BST

Find out more and book.


 

You can join more than 8,800 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 Breakthrough blister pack improves sustainability

 

The blister pack has been a significant and well-established format for the safe packaging of pharmaceutical products for many years.  However, the format has traditionally been difficult to recycle. Packaging heavyweights Amcor have developed a new solution to combat this.  AmSky is a recent initiative that has the potential to make healthcare packaging much more sustainable. AmSky removes PVC (Polyvinyl chloride) from blister packaging, allowing it to be recycled more easily. The innovation reports to deliver the first child-resistant and senior-friendly recyclable packaging for one of the most commonly used packaging types in the pharmaceutical world.


#2 Toothbrush pack switches out of plastic

Glaxo Smith Kline (GSK) have announced that their German toothbrush brand, Dr. Best is in the process of moving out of plastic packaging. It is expected that most of the complete range will be in board packs within a few months, with the exception of electric vibrating brushes. It is estimated that the move to board packaging will save 325,000 kgs of plastic per annum. The main body of the carton is made from 85% recycled board with a viewing window made of cellulose manufactured from a renewable plant source. The decision to have a visible window was made due to research that GSK conducted which revealed that consumers like to be able to see the head of the brush when making their purchase. The packaging is fully recyclable and can be disposed of in the usual waste paper stream.

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#3 Gable-top carton refill pack for soap launched

Norwegian home and personal care manufacturer Orkla has collaborated with Elopak to produce a sustainable refill pack for their Klar laundry detergent and liquid soap products. The new board-based carton, called D-PAK is a move by Orkla to help consumers reduce the amount of plastic generated in the waste stream. The gable-top carton is made from renewable materials and is said to be suitable for recycling with other board products such as milk cartons and newspapers. A trial has been conducted with selected retailers, and online purchasers. Consumer feedback has been positive, with reports that refilling is easy and convenient. Consumers just need to pour from the carton into the original plastic container. It is said that the new pack is more efficient through the supply chain, as it saves weight and is also more cost-effective by volume. A label over the cap is added to alert the consumer that the pack’s contents are not for consumption.

 

More info in The Innovation Zone.


#4 World’s first adaptive deodorant pack in development

Unilever has revealed they have partnered with New-York based global marketing communications agency Wunderman Thompson and design studio Sour to create a new deodorant pack called Degree Inclusive. The collaboration has unveiled the “world’s first adaptive deodorant” for people with disabilities affecting their vision and/or arms. The deodorant was designed with Sour, who contributed as disability consultants on the project to suggest ideas and test prototypes. In terms of easier use for people with disabilities affecting their arms, the pack has a hook for single-hand use, as well as a magnetic cap for easier opening. Additionally, for those with vision impairment, it has a braille label with instructions for use. The pack also has a large roll-on surface to reach more skin area, while ticking sustainability boxes by being refillable.

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

When will you next attend a face-to-face packaging event? Vote and comment now. 

Last time, 66% said that the recently conducted research that found that being at home more during the pandemic had highlighted the volume of plastic waste generated in their homes will this make a difference to the amount of plastic used in the future.


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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