Packaging Scotland

Food & Drink

‘Collapsible’ fish and chip box to tackle seaside bin scourge

SAICA Pack has teamed up with the Q-Partnership to create a ‘fully collapsible’ fish and chip box design. The move was in response to complaints..

April 2019

PET keg specialist announces Australian expansion

LIGHTWEIGHT Containers has announced a new investment in Australia in the form of two new warehouses, based in Melbourne and Brisbane. The specialist in..

April 2019

Brits favour ‘environmentally-friendly’ Easter egg packaging

MORE than nine out of ten UK adults (91%) would prefer to buy an Easter egg predominantly packaged in carton/cardboard rather than plastic, new research has..

April 2019

Silver lining for Saica Pack Scotland

SAICA Pack Scotland took home a silver EFIA (European Flexographic Industry Association) Award for a print design it created for Wildcat Gin. The work was..

April 2019

Bespoke glass solution supports Irish food producer’s growth plans

BEATSON Clark has helped an Irish food producer rebrand its glass packaging in a bid to achieve international success. Folláin Preserves, based in County..

April 2019

Vegware unveils new range of paper straws

VEGWARE has launched new paper straws described as being plastic free, high quality and helping to keep carbonated drinks fizzy for longer. Available in 6mm,..

April 2019

Colpac retains AA rating after packaging audit

FOOD packaging specialist Colpac has announced it has retained its AA rating in a recent BRC packaging audit. The firm said the BRC Global Standard for..

April 2019

Ardagh Group unveils new Jameson Irish Whiskey bottle

GLASS manufacturer Ardagh Group has launched a new, lighter bottle for Jameson Irish Whiskey. The new 75cl bottle features a tapered body with curved..

April 2019

Yorkshire cafes championing Vegware collection service

THREE Yorkshire cafes are leading a campaign encouraging local businesses to use a new composting collection service that processes compostable catering..

April 2019

Whisky business for Videojet Technologies

TODAY’S rain is tomorrow’s whisky, so goes the Scottish proverb, and it’s just as well. HM Revenue and Customs data analysed by the Scotch Whisky..

April 2019

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