These are all the posts that have been tagged with packaging.
A collaboration between Ball and Belgian chocolate brand Ovidias sees the chocolatier bring its patented packaging concept to the commercial market.
Tea & Coffee World Cup is coming to Singapore for the 2017 show. The 22nd annual symposium and exhibition will take place from 26-28 September 2017 at Singapore Expo.
Growth of healthy snacks rose by 7% from 2014-2015, compared to ‘conventional’ snacks, which only increased by 5%, according to new research.
Bosch Packaging Technology is to launch two new cookie and confectionery systems in North America next month, designed to address demand for efficient and fast production.
Snact, a UK social enterprise making snacks from surplus product, has chosen to roll out Tipa’s compostable and flexible packaging for its product range to help tackle food waste.
Equipment: Process control and automation Ingredients: Inclusions, sugar and sweeteners Packaging: Flow wrapping Product focus: Extruded confectionery Show preview: Gulfood Manufacturing Supplier profiles
IRI reports that total UK popcorn value sales have increased 13.6% year on year to over £120 million of sales, despite the total snacks category struggling.
James Cropper has launched its first food contact-approved range of papers, aimed at the luxury market.
Dutch private equity firm Egeria has agreed to acquire 100% of the shares of Clondalkin Flexible Packaging Group, which supplies confectionery, frozen food and cereal producers.
Equipment: Bakery technology Ingredients: Gelling agents Packaging: Printing and branding Product focus: Artisan products Show preview: PPMA (27-29 September), IBIE (8-11 October)
When choosing the right gelling agents for confectionery products, a number of key factors have to be taken into consideration. Dirk De Cooman and Cindy Dekeyser investigate.
Bosch Packaging Technology is to launch its modular collation platform for its Elematic 3001 case packer next month, offering greater flexibility when packing products such as chocolate and biscuits.
Food safety equipment firm Anritsu Infivis has launched its latest X-ray inspection system, designed to help manufacturers detect foreign bodies and contaminants in products.
To ensure success at the PoS (point of sale), chocolate manufacturers present their products in attractive cardboard packaging.