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- Lone Wolf announces new integrated cloud solutions for every stakeholder
The popular technology provider Lone Wolf Technologies is packaging
its businesswide solutions according to industry stakeholder to better communicate product offerings and help agents, teams and brokers connect systems.
Inman. Wednesday, 8 Jul 2020.
- Russian ice cream in 'gay propaganda' row
The ice cream maker was accused of promoting homosexuality after using a rainbow on its packaging
BBC News. Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020.
- PG Tips will remove all plastic packaging from its products by next year
The bags are made from corn starch and were first introduced on a limited range of products in 2018, but this latest move will see all PG Tips teas use these bags.
Daily Mail. Monday, 6 Jul 2020.
- Why Hold Strategy is Apt for Sonoco (SON) Stock Right Now
Sonoco (SON) is worth retaining in the portfolio with focus on productivity improvement, cost control and solid growth in the consumer packaging
Zacks. Wednesday, 1 Jul 2020.
- Plastic waste surges as coronavirus prompts restaurants to use more disposable packaging
The surge in single-use plastic is a major blow to the fight against plastic pollution, which is projected to increase by 40% in the next decade.
CNBC. Sunday, 28 Jun 2020.
- Beverage Can Demand Buoys Crown Holdings Amid Coronavirus Woes
Crown Holdings (CCK) will benefit from the rising global beverage-can demand as consumers are favoring cans over other packaging
Zacks. Friday, 26 Jun 2020.
- Here Are All The Brands That Are Changing Racist Names And Packaging
Aunt Jemima is far from the only brand to address racist origins and imagery amid global protests.
Forbes. Thursday, 25 Jun 2020.
- A strain of the coronavirus imported from Europe is most likely to blame for the outbreak in Beijing, WHO believes
Experts believe that imported frozen foods used at the wholesale market could have been contaminated with the virus during packaging
Yahoo. Saturday, 20 Jun 2020.
- Uncle Ben's rice to 'evolve' brand as Aunt Jemima name axed
Mrs. Butterworth's will adjust the imagery of its packaging
which is supposed to 'depict images of a loving grandmother'.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 18 Jun 2020.
- Aunt Jemima changing its name and image
A spokesperson said the company recognizes "Aunt Jemima's origins are based on a racial stereotype." A new name and packaging
will roll out later this year.
CBS News. Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020.
- AstraZeneca picks Catalent for packaging, supplying potential COVID-19 vaccine
British drugmaker AstraZeneca Plc has struck a deal with contract manufacturer Catalent Inc to help meet its global target of supplying two billion doses of its potential COVID-19 vaccine.
Reuters. Monday, 15 Jun 2020.
- Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Packaging Proves Flexible Amid Covid-19
Interest in packaging
M&A is likely to bounce back as some suppliers have seen increased demand due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
Forbes. Wednesday, 3 Jun 2020.
- Spain plans levy on non-recyclable plastic packaging
Spain aims to collect more than 700 million euros ($810 million) a year with a proposed new tax on non-recyclable plastic packaging, Spanish energy and environment minister Teresa Ribera said on Tuesday.
Reuters. Tuesday, 2 Jun 2020.
- The Clever Reason Oranges Are Sold in Red Mesh Bags
Orange citrus is almost always sold in red packaging, and the reason for that has to do with how our brains perceive color.
Mental Floss. Monday, 25 May 2020.
- What does "best if used by" phrase on food really mean?
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration thinks uniform labels on packaging
will help curb $161 billion in yearly food waste.
CBS News. Friday, 22 May 2020.
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