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Equipment: Aeration and enrobing, Ingredients: Bakery processing Packaging: Flexible packaging Product focus: Fudge; toffee; caramel, Show issue: Anuga Food Tec
UK-based confectionery group Tangerine has signed a renewed agreement with Pooling Partners, a manufacturer of sustainable wooden pallets, to significantly enhance the company’s distribution capabilities.
Global packaging group Gerhard Schubert has reported a strong response to its upgraded Flowmodul system.
Drawing together the most influential businesses in the confectionery sector has ensured ProSweets remains a must-see exhibition. Neill Barston reports from Cologne
German-based packaging firm Hastamat is to showcase its vertical form fill and seal machine RM-270 and multihead weigher CP-HD at Anuga FoodTec 2018.
Packaging systems manufacturer PFM has confirmed it will be showcasing a range of equipment including its Pearl flow-wrapper at the Foodex event in Birmingham, UK, in April.
Packaging and processing solutions manufacturer Tna has confirmed it will unveil its robag 5, VFFS technology, in a world premiere at SNAXPO 2018.
According to global authority on the packaging, print and paper supply chains Smithers Pira, the introduction of new business models and greater vertical integration are set to transform the packaging market.
Italian equipment manufacturer PFM has developed a new automatic multipacking line for popcorn bags that uses 30% less film than other methods.
Katie Smith looks at what’s in store for the confectionery industry in 2018.
Meeting demand for sustainably packaged sweets designed for on the go consumption will be high on the agenda for both exhibitors and visitors at this year’s ProSweets Cologne.
Confectionery Production’s bumper February issue should have landed on your desks by now.
Axion has launched a new Design for Recycling service to help increase the recyclability of plastic packaging.
We’re all aware there is a growing problem with packaging waste in the UK and beyond, but now a new, collaborative initiative is promising to turn the tide on the issue.