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Tetra Pak unveils ‘virtual’ marketplace for food and drink manufacturers

TETRA Pak has launched what it described as the food and beverage industry’s first full-scale virtual marketplace. The new platform, created using Mirakl SaaS Marketplace...

Glass packaging manufacturer looks to perfect its craft at trade show

  BEATSON Clark has announced it will be exhibiting its glass products at this year's BeerX event in Liverpool for the seventh successive time. The independent craft...

New partnership allows customers to go the extra Mile on recycling

FRUGALPAC has announced it has teamed up with recycling specialist First Mile to offer customers an 'inclusive' service for its Frugal Cup product. Customers can...
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Weetabix unveils limited-edition packs to mark campaign return

WEETABIX has announced the return of its Any-Which-Way-A-Bix campaign. A ‘Win £10,000’ on-pack promotion will run until March. The limited-edition pack design will feature on all core...

Environmental concerns over plastic alternatives a ‘wake-up call’ for businesses

A cross-party parliamentary group warning that firms are replacing plastic with potentially more harmful alternatives for the environment has been described as a 'wake-up...

Bottled water firm Hammers home sustainability ambitions with new partnership

A bottled water brand billed as being a ‘game-changer’ has struck a sponsorship deal with West Ham United’s women’s team, as it approaches its...

Lidl to alter cereal packaging to ‘alleviate pressure’ on parents

LIDL has announced that it is to remove cartoon characters from all of its own brand cereal packaging by spring 2020. The move comes after...

Thousands of Brits sign recyclable coffee cup petition

10,000 Britons have given their support to a campaign to get coffee shops to switch to fully recyclable coffee cups. A petition launched by eco-influencer Madeleine...

Glass sector warns of ‘seasonal overloads’ if material is part of DRS

WASTE sector specialists have warned of the potential for 'seasonal overloads' if glass bottles are included in Scotland's Deposit Return Scheme (DRS). Facilities for returning...
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Scottish environmental academics urge Holyrood to ‘hold its nerve’ over DRS plans

A number of Scottish environmental academics have called for the nation's proposed deposit return scheme to include drinks containers of every material. Six academics have...