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Beverages

Less material and more green energy: The glass industry is becoming more sustainable

Bottles and machine

© Vetropack

Glass is the ideal packaging material for beverages and foods. It is odourless and neutral in taste and does not react with the filled goods. However, its production is very energy intensive and the industry is working hard to become climate-neutral.

Beverages

Freewater’s radical, ad-driven packaging concept aims to disrupt the industry

Ads on bottles

© FreeWater

A Texas startup aims to disrupt the food and beverage industry by turning the marketing of such products on its head. Austin-based FreeWater sells advertising on paper cartons and aluminum bottles of drinking water and then gives away those containers for free, while donation a portion of its proceeds to charity.

Food

Keeping an eye on reusable containers

RFID system

© Checkpoint Systems

Since the beginning of 2023, reusable containers are mandatory in restaurants. For the proprietors, it is often not easy to keep track of stock levels and the necessary order quantities for resupply. This is where RFID systems can be useful, as they help to record each single container quickly and without contact. McDonald’s France is already using this technology for its reusable packaging.

Beverages

New bottle design – 100 percent fibre-based

Fibre based bottle

© RyPax

The interest in fibre bottles is large, as they are lightweight, robust and made from renewable resources. The material does not always have to be wood from fir and deciduous trees, left-over material from food production is also suitable. For example sugar beet chips, which are a waste product of sugar production.

Food

How coloured foil bags become colourless granules

Plastic packaging

© Siegwerk Druckfarben

Colourful plastic packaging sells well. However, the printing colour also prevents the packaging from being recycled in the form of transparent granules. Now there is a solution that completely removes printing colours and barrier coatings from foil bags. Afterwards, the packaging can be recycled to almost colourless granules.
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