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Food & Drink

Find out the latest food and drink news from the packaging industry

Sealed glass container

Glass-sealing adds spice to packaging

Demand for herbs and spices in glass packaging may be good for the planet, but it leads to challenges - particularly when it comes...
Truls Haug, MD for TOMRA Collection Solutions UK & Ireland

DRS brings opportunities and challenges

The Scottish Government has opened a consultation period lasting until 10 December 2019 on the nation’s deposit return scheme (DRS), expected to come into...
Glenfiddich Winter Storm display

A layered approach to box design

Creating the perfect drinks presentation box requires a multi-faceted approach, explains Mark Pollard, managing director of Pollard Boxes IN the premium drinks sector, brand image...
Whisky bottles

Charpak in good spirits over Scottish prospects

CHARPAK is targeting significant growth in the Scottish drinks industry, believing its offering of sustainable, practical and quality products makes the firm an ideal...
Rock Rose Gin's new refill pouches

Recyclable gin pouches tipped to add value

DUNNET Bay is producing Rock Rose Gin in fully recyclable pouches that can be returned to the distillery in Caithness.   Once there, the pouches...
Hawthorn's Gin new label

Label design sets the gold standard

THE Label Makers have produced an updated label for gin producer, Hawthorn’s, to celebrate the firm’s recent award success.  Hawthorn’s won a fourth gold medal...

Domino effect pays off in US

THE canning lines of a major producer of PepsiCo products have been given a coding ‘makeover’ in the form of Domino’s F720i fibre laser...

Edinburgh tearoom launches new tea service in wake of microplastics studies

AN Edinburgh tearoom has launched a ‘plastic-free tea club’ as it looks to give customers a 'guilt-free' tea drinking experience. Eteaket, found in the capital’s...

New study highlights impact of labels in drinks recycling

THE Can Makers has released new research which claims changing drinks labelling will improve recycling rates. The survey of 2,000 UK consumers, conducted in association...

Frugalpac announces partnership with Project Waterfall

FRUGALPAC has announced the launch of its partnership with water charity, Project Waterfall, through the introduction of a fully recyclable coffee cup made of...