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Dear Sir or Madam,

After a long break, we are pleased to present you with the next edition of our Tightly Packed newsletter, which shows you all the hot topics from the packaging industry just in time for the new year!

Corona might have put the world on hold, but the industry’s passion for innovation hasn’t come to a halt. Our newsletter gives you exciting insights into what’s happening on the market: We take a look into our crystal ball and predict the packaging trends for 2022! We also take you behind the scenes of a consumer goods giant that is looking into the future. This is a sector that is heavily characterised by scientific development, which shows us how spider’s silk can serve as a model for packaging. Last but not least, we present the digital recycling passport for the circular economy.

Stay healthy!
The interpack team

Non Food

Trends in packaging: All this and more in 2022

Planning buisness
Nobody can really say what the new year holds in store for packaging. However, some speculations can be made, based on the current state of affairs. We dare to take a look into the crystal ball...
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Further news Packaging & Non Food

Cosmetics

Procter & Gamble is packaging the future

Packaging from Procter & Gamble
What direction will packaging take? How can we meet the challenges of our times? These questions face small and major companies alike. At consumption goods giant Procter & Gamble, the future of packaging is in the hands of one man.
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Further news Packaging & Cosmetics

Food Industry

Weaving a web for the future

Spider net
Researchers from Cambridge University had a mad idea for a new, sustainable alternative to plastic packaging – vegan spider silk. The start-up Xampla now wants to market this plant protein-based material and use it to protect consumer goods.
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Non Food

HolyGrail 2.0 and the digital recycling passport

Digital water sign
High-quality recycling is the be all and end all for a working circular economy. The HolyGrail 2.0 initiative is now testing how invisible digital watermark codes can contribute to increasing efficiency when sorting packaging waste; the project is supported by more than 120 companies and organisations along the entire packaging industry value chain.
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