When packaging toys for children, there are certain regulations that have to be followed. These regulations are in place to protect children from choking hazards and other dangers. Furthermore, there…
Since the 1950s, the rate of plastic production has grown faster than that of any other material. Plastic packaging, the main cause for the increase, accounted for 52% of discarded plastics in 2015. If the current trend continues, there will be more plastic than fish in the sea by 2050. As a response to public outcry, companies have committed to increase recycling rates, reduce plastic use and invest in recycling technology.
Let’s talk about why flexible packaging is trending and introduce you to new flexible packaging technologies. Flexible packaging uses less material, is lightweight, and takes up less space than other traditional formats. Research shows that when given the choice between the same product in different packaging, consumers prefer flexible packaging 71% of the time. In fact, when human behavior research firm, Package InSight, tested the Daisy Sour Cream Pouch vs. the Tub via eye-tracking technology, it was proven that consumers viewed the pouch 53% longer than the tub.
Sustainability is on the top of everyone’s mind and on the tip of everyone’s tongue. Being a sustainable company is no longer optional in this day and age. Policies and corporate standards are pushing companies to pick up on more sustainable practices in order to reduce their impact on the environment and have a better sustainable footprint.
Polymers come in a multitude of varieties and can be adapted to many different applications. There are hundreds of different types of plastics used for structural and design applications, but a relatively small amount of plastics are readily used in packaging applications.
Glass is a beautiful substrate that serves its purpose as a primary package with an elegant look of sophistication and quality. In this blog post we’ll share how glass is viewed by the consumer, the advantages and disadvantages of the substrate, as well as its applications in packaging for industries such as food, beverage cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals… all very important things!
Today ISBT and its Beverage Ingredients and R&D Technical Committee announce the launch of a significant new course to provide detailed information on the key ingredients used in beverage manufacturing.
In the packaging industry, paper is known as matted sheet usually composed of plant fiber. Historically, paper has been made from linen, sugar cane, cotton, and straw fibers. Modern paper is made almost exclusively from wood fibers.
The Pygmalion Effect is a phenomenon in which a person’s performance rises or falls according to the expectations of their leader. This can be seen in the workplace when a boss sees an employee who is not fulfilling his or her potential.
What is an archetype? Archetypes are universal themes and forms resulting from inherent human biases.