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Mexican move for tna Solutions

Australian packaging technology supplier tna solutions is opening a facility in Mexico, with the aim of responding to growing regional business demands as GDP per capita...

Anheuser-Busch takes over from Nestlé in Forbes rich list

Anheuser-Busch, Nestlé and Pepsico have been placed as the top three food and drink companies in the world by Forbes in its Global 2000 list. The...

JAB to acquire majority stake in Pret A Manger

Global investment firm JAB Holdings will acquire UK food and drinks business Pret A Manger for an undisclosed fee, with the deal to be...

Bostik-Nitta to buy and build in industrial adhesives

The Bostik-Nitta joint-venture company is to acquire Japanese industrial adhesives firm Nitta Gelatin and build a new plant in Japan as part of a...

Tubairless squeezed into food and beverage sector

The Dow Chemical Company and PumpArt System have teamed up to drive the development of the patented Tubairless tube, which claims to minimise waste...

FrieslandCampina ingredient obtains EU approval

FrieslandCampina DOMO’s new Human Milk Oligosaccharide (HMO) ingredient, 2’-fucosyllactose (2’-FL) has been officially certified to be used in infant formula in both European and...

Novio Packaging Group expands into Scandinavia

Recently established packaging solutions holding company Novio Packaging will join forces with Danish-based packaging company Scandinavian Packaging A/S, as it aims to expand its...

Circularity of polystyrene advanced by Ineos and Agilyx

Canada-based sytrenics supplier Ineos Styrolution and US plastics recycling company Agilyx Corporation have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for deploying Agilyx’s de-polymerisation technology at...

Rigids on the rise, claims study

Demand for rigid plastics food containers is set to increase by 4.2 per cent per year through 2022 to $7.7 billion, claims a study by...

Nestlé has missed the mark with its statement, claims Greenpeace

Environment campaigner Greenpeace has accused Nestlé of missing the mark with its aim of making all of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025. Says...