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Girò focuses on sustainability with resistant and recyclable packaging

Franco Locati, sales manager of Girò Italia (in the picture): "Our qualified R&D team is focusing a lot on research, in order to improve the consumables in terms of environmental sustainability".   "With regard to innovation, our goal is to develop new packaging systems involving sustainable technology and materials to produce…

A test in the MMR with Abate pears

New luxurious packaging for precious fruits

Two months have passed since the official launch. Now, the network of companies La Grande Bellezza Italiana can make a first, partial assessment. But mostly, it can look forward to further initiatives. And there are already some novelties on the table. The presidents Antonio Cipriani and Leonardo Odorizzi explain, “We are about to…

Whole Foods removes PFAS chemicals from its packaging

Whole Foods Market has removed per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) chemicals out of its food packaging. This was decided after a study from Washington, D.C.-based…

Donating reusable crates and co-financing of refrigerated vehicles

IFCO donates environmentally friendly RPCs worldwide

Since the inception of its food support initiative in 2009, IFCO SYSTEMS, the world leader in reusable packaging solutions, has donated more than 280,000 RPCs (Reusable Plastic Containers) to Food Banks. In addition to this, the company supports the Food Banks through the voluntary work of IFCO staff and…

Branded Fruit company

Interesting and flashy branded fruit

At a recent Lyft event, the brand decided to move away from the usual swag. Frisbees or stress balls or notebooks or pens that pile up in your closets and drawers. Instead, in a large bowl, there was a pile of ripe green avocados, each printed with the Lyft logo. They were a hit. Not to be outdone, AT&T sent out…

Many more questions at the Dresdner Packaging Conference

Laser marking and ultrasonic sealing as modern packaging alternatives?

For the 28th time, members of the packaging industry met for the Dresden Packaging Conference of the German Packaging Institute (dvi). Under the motto "A discussion on…

The Baby Plant and MilShake projects

Vivai Milone 's new BabyPlant range was created almost as a 'collateral effect' of its lab productions. MilShake is also being introduced to the nursery garden range: the famous milk shake container is combined with a sheet of paper with a flower mix that can be planted. The idea is to make people more…

Food technology company develops ‘purposeful packaging’ to help combat food waste

A UK food tech company has created an ingenious film packaging solution which prolongs the life of fresh fruit and veg and significantly reduces food waste. The new ‘purposeful packaging’ technology reduces food waste in supermarkets, in the supply chain, and in the home and is the latest addition to the…

Texas-based importer to launch clamshell packaging for more products

London Fruit said it will be implementing a creative new approach with its sales program. The company will be offering packaged items in clamshells, which has been aimed for the Holiday season for merchandising product. London said it will begin its clamshell line with 2 and 4-Pack Avocados, 6 &…

AU: BioPak struggling to keep up with demand as it expands further into the fruit and veg industry

An Australian manufacturer of environmentally friendly packaging says the main challenge is to ensure their products do not end up in landfill. BioPak CEO Gary Smith points out that many…

Three kilo-box can be converted into gift wrapping

Elbe fruit scores with innovative Christmas packaging

Elbe-Obst has designed a very special packaging for the Christmas business for its customers. A 3-kilo box can be converted into a gift box. Underneath the packaging there is a lid, so that the box can be closed and possibly sent by post. The present motif is blue-and-white.   Christmas-style apple packaging For many years now, Elbe-Obst has been…

Danish government in favor of banning thin plastic bags

The Danish government is in favor of banning the thin plastic bags, according to newspaper Politiken . The prospective ban is part of the government’s plastic strategy, which seeks to dramatically reduce Denmark’s consumption of plastic bags. “We need to move away from the ‘use and throw away’ culture that we probably…

And soon in another color

JJ Baby bell pepper gets new sustainable packaging

Why not put the baby bell pepper, Tinkerbell, in the already successful packaging of the Tomberry. This must have been the thinking at Eminent Food. Since the start of December, the baby bell pepper has been offered in a new, sustainable, cardboard packaging of 150 gram, in response to the current…

The new 250 gr cherry tomato mix boxes

Italy: Festive packaging for the Fellini Patrizio company

Christmas will soon be upon us and the Fellini Patrizio company has recently started using a festive packaging. This is characterised by white and red colours and festive greetings. But this is not the only novelty: for these two weeks, a new produce has been launched. Lamberto Giovanardi – marketing office – explains, “The new…

Red Apple Germany dispenses with plastic packaging

More sustainable packaging for Rockit mini-apple

The supermarket chains and discounters have launched an offensive against plastic waste. The reasons: Consumers want either none or more sustainable packaging, especially for fruit and vegetables, and the new Packaging Act will come into force on 1 January 2019. It will be combined with a stronger…

Colombia: Professor designs a bag to keep fruits fresh for up to 60 days

The environment and the chemical properties of each fruit are factors that influence how they mature. Cesar Sierra, a professor of the Department of Chemistry at the National University of Colombia (UN), designed a bag that allows preserving the fruit's freshness for up to 60 days. This allows the fruit…

Bogor bans single use plastics

Indonesian city outlaws plastic bags as campaigners push for wider bans

Last Tuesday, hopeful and determined campaigners that an Indonesian city’s ban on single-use plastic bags should encourage similar policies by local governments elsewhere in…

British greengrocers: "Backlash against plastic has sparked trade boom"

UK greengrocers have claimed that a backlash against plastic has sparked a boom in their trade, as - mainly young - people flock through the doors to buy locally-sourced…

Alberto Palmí, manager of Fedemco: "Why not go back to what we had before?"

"Wooden packaging can already replace any other material"

In recent years, there has been a growing trend towards environmental and health awareness. For this reason, the use of non-biodegradable materials, such as plastic, in food packaging is becoming increasingly less popular among consumers. "A number of studies have been carried out recently by different universities on…

Supermarkets see 80% drop in plastic bag consumption, Australia-wide

The ban on single-use plastic bags by Australia’s two largest supermarkets prevented the introduction of an estimated 1.5 billion bags into the environment, and the retail…

Hort NZ says new Country of Origin Labelling laws are a big win for fruit and vegetable consumers

The passing of Country of Origin Labelling (CoOL) legislation in the New Zealand parliament this week is a major win for the country's consumers, according to peak industry body, Hort NZ. The Consumers’ Right to Know (Country of Origin of Food) Act passed its third reading in parliament on Wednesday and Hort NZ…

University of Nottingham research:

Green and edible cling film

In an attempt to replace polluting plastic materials and improve storage, safety and shelf life, University of Nottingham researchers have developed 100 percent biodegradable and edible food…

Horticulture congratulates New Zealand Government on CoOL law

Horticulture New Zealand congratulates the Government on passing the Consumers’ Right to Know (Country of Origin of Food) Bill into law. "Getting mandatory Country of Origin Labelling, or…

Leading US herb producer transitions to Good Natured(R) plant-based packaging

Good Natured Products Inc. has announced that one of the largest herb growers in the Midwest US, Mariposa Farms, has made the switch away from petroleum-based PET packaging to…

The motto is: Avoid plastic packaging

Schulze wants to move the industry to combat waste

In the fight against plastic waste Federal Environment Minister Schulze is pushing for a new commitment from the industry. Following the example of the ban on free plastic…

Industrial Association distinguishes Pöppelmann-Pflanztopf:

Recognition of innovative product idea for design and functionality

Plastics company Pöppelmann was among the winners of the "Pro-K-award 2019". This prize is awarded annually by the Pro-K- Industrieverbandes Halbzeuge und Konsumprodukte aus Kunststoff. . The jury of this competition made the TEKU® "recycling blue" plant pot series the pro-K-award Winner 2019 in the…

CKF appoints UK packaging company as exclusive distributors for Earthcycle

CKF Inc. has announced the appointment of Produce Packaging as the exclusive distributor of Earthcycle™ in Wales, England and Scotland. Established in 1991, Produce Packaging has created a reputation for fast, efficient service, according to CKF. With distribution points in Kent, Lincolnshire,…

Vegetable producer sets sights on Germany

HAK brings pouch production to Giessen, Germany

The pouches of HAK have become a permanent fixture on supermarket shelves. The vegetable producer from Giessen, Germany, took a new factory with a fully automatic pouch line into use this week. The complete production of pouches has thus come ‘home’ to Giessen. Food service In HAK’s existing factory in Giessen, room…

Experts and manufacturers exchange views on recycling and packaging law

Protection of our environment by packaging law

On November 9, the packaging specialist Lorentzen & Sievers asked several parties to come to Hamburg for a professional exchange. Speakers from the Federal Environmental Agency, Fraunhofer IVV, DSD Grüner Punkt and recycler REMONDIS informed representatives of all the stages of fruit marketing about…

Photo report ExpoSE 2018: Sustainable materials and modern varieties in the foreground

Karlsruhe is still the heart of the strawberry and asparagus sectors

The ExpoSE in Karlsruhe once again attracted a large audience this year: a total of 6,300 trade visitors from Germany and abroad. In addition to the many German and Dutch exhibitors, Southern and Eastern Europe was also well represented at the strawberry and asparagus fair. The many developments in…

New Zealand: Plastic bags to be phased out by the middle of 2019

The government of New Zealand has confirmed that single-use bags and thicker boutique bags will be phased out over six months, as soon as Cabinet signs off on the regulations. Bin liners and synthetic fabric reusable bags will still be allowed, as will bags provided for fruit, vegetables and raw meat. Associate Environment Minister…

Invention of a 100% green and recyclable packaging

In Savoie, a 29-year-old entrepreneur created a 100% green and recyclable food packaging. It is produced from organic cotton coated with resin, wax and oil. Washable with warm…

Germany unveils five point plan to reduce plastic waste

Less plastic-wrapped produce, more recycling, doing away with plastic straws and cutlery: Germany's Environment Ministry has issued a plan to make the country less of a "throwaway society." Minister Svenja Schulze on Monday announced a plan designed to tackle plastic waste in Germany and beyond. The plan includes reducing…

Jan Strijbos, Prins Verpakkingstechniek:

"Increasing demand for beautiful and luxurious packaging in vegetable sector"

Jan Strijbos, Prins Verpakkingstechniek: "In the entire vegetable sector, but particularly for potatoes, we see the demand for beautiful and luxurious packaging grow. We see that Belgium has a head start on The Netherlands with regard to packaging. To anticipate this trend, we have the MBG 300 for two…

‘Plastics Action Alliance’ to make Irish plastic packaging more sustainable

Striving to make the plastic packaging in their respective supply chains more sustainable, nine of Ireland’s leading agricultural processing and food businesses have come together to form the ‘Plastics Action Alliance’. Among the new alliance are market leaders from Ireland’s fruit, vegetables and packed salad sectors.…

Thomas Däbel, Serwo Packaging:

"There is clearly a trend towards degradable packaging"

"Our new packaging is a paper fiber product, and for us the first priority was the ecological aspect, which means compostability in contrast to normal plastic packaging," says Thomas Däbel, authorized signatory and branch manager of Serwo Packaging. The company has developed a bowl for fruit and…

Holiday themed packaging for blended mushroom product

Monterey Mushrooms has created a holiday-theme seasonal package for its product line, Let's Blend™, which is finely diced mushrooms ready to blend with ground meat. Let’s Blend comes in…

Dutch-based produce packaging machine company opens Richmond, Virginia branch

JASA, a Dutch-based company that specializes in weighing and packaging machines for fresh produce, is opening its U.S. branch in Richmond, Virginia. The couple who operate JASA noted after…

UK: Booths introduces reusable bags for fruit and veg

As of next month, UK supermarket chain Booths will be offering reusable cotton netted bags, rather than those little plastic ones, for customers picking up their fruit and…

Canadian company’s fruit and vegetable labels to fit America’s buy-local mentality

Canadian firm Accu-Label Inc., located near Windsor, Ontario, can hardly get any closer to the United States. That is why the latter nation accounts for half of the market for…

Ingeborg Kleijer, Greenyard\;

Change in thinking needed in the fresh produce chain: From Fork to Field

After 20 years of working with with A brand manufacturers (Mars and Nutricia Babe), Ingeborg Kleijer made the decision in 2011 to move to 'brandless' fresh produce. Whereas A brands are all about the consumer and markets, she sees little of this within the fresh produce chain. "There is too much thinking…

WRAP signposts way towards sustainable use of plastics

The UK Plastics Pact is the world’s first programme to tackle the issue of plastic waste through collaboration across the entire supply chain. The UK itself is acting as a…

Green animation character graces tangerine, orange and lemon packaging

San Lucar meets cinema's ''The Grinch'

In the promotional period from 12.11.2018 to 31.01.2019, the  "Grinch" -protagonist of the new Grinch movie- adorns SanLucar tangerine, orange and lemon packaging. This new collaboration should primarily attract the attention of children, ensuring top sales. These eye-catching promotions are further enhanced…

“We help companies not represented in Asia minimize losses when their produce is rejected”

No one looks forward to complications when it comes to fresh produce exports, but sometimes they’re unavoidable. Whether it’s due to incorrect sizes, wrong packaging or flat-out rotten produce, there are many reasons for importers to reject fruits & vegetables. For exporters, it is vital to have…

UK firms makes new labels that track produce as it spoils

A new type of use-by label for milk bottles could appear on UK supermarket shelves later this year that decomposes as the liquid inside goes sour. Labels such as these,…

Eco-friendly food packaging:

Emma Sicher makes packaging from fermented bacteria and yeast

In a bid to provide a sustainable alternative to plastic, Italian designer Emma Sicher has combined food waste with bacteria and yeasts to create disposable packaging. The project, called From Peel to Peel, sees Sicher make eco-friendly food packaging and containers by fermenting microbial cellulose, a symbiotic culture…

UK: Should plastic-free packaging for fresh fruit and veg be mandatory?

The United Kingdom House of Commons will debate a petition on Nov. 12 urging the government to make supermarkets offer plastic-free packaging for fresh fruit and vegetables. Signed by…

Packaging Automation announce major plans to support rapid growth

Packaging Automation Limited (PA), based in Knutsford, are a rapidly growing designer and manufacturer of packaging machinery. PA’s recent success coupled with the company’s continued and ambitious growth plans sees the opening of factory 2 to support the required expansion in manufacturing facilities. Packaging Automation…

Guillin Groupe launches new packaging concept for To Go fruits

'Premium berries should be offered in appropriate convenience packaging'

The segment of ​​to-go products is currently experiencing significant growth in fresh fruit and vegetables. Soft fruit and berry fruit in particular, are rapidly establishing themselves as snack products for in-between consumption. Parallel to this current trend, packaging suppliers in the fresh food…

Modern packaging solution is completely compostable

Bio-Kette launches innovative cellulose fruit and vegetable nets

Dennree is the first German retail company to introduce fruit and vegetable packaging made of cellulose fibers. Customers of the more than 1,400 organic markets that Dennree…

Study: Extending shelf life of fresh produce by up to 4 days

IFCO, a global provider of reusable packaging solutions for fresh foods, announced today the results of a study on the impact of IFCO reusable plastic containers (RPCs) on the…

Canada: P.E.I. bag company sees plastic bag ban approaching

On Canada's Prince Edward Island, legislation banning plastic checkout bags will be coming into effect in 2019. This is inspiring several producers to look back to the past…

"Reduction of packaging already a focus in breeding"

During the Fruit Attraction in Madrid the brands De Ruiter and Seminis made their debut under the Bayer flag. For the domestic Spanish market and for export to North West Europe, the breeder has introduced Zyrconita, a loose cherry tomato with a high production, a good post harvest and a calibre that is…

UK: Two Farmers - 100% compostable crisp bag

Two Herefordshire entrepreneurs from Ross-on-Wye had a vision of making delicious hand-cooked crisps that celebrate the true flavours of Herefordshire county, while at the same time protecting the English countryside with a 100% compostable bag. The crisps packets are made from cellulose and sustainably grown eucalyptus…

Packing fresh produce in cardboard trays with top seal

The ‘EU Plastics Strategy’ is guiding Multivac to use recyclable, fossil material-reducing, or renewable materials when packing fresh produce. Demand for recyclable packaging in particular will increase strongly in the near future. The boost from retail can already be seen with grapes and soft fruit, for…

Polymer Logistics launches a container especially designed for plantains and bananas

The Spanish branch of Polymer Logistics, a Dutch manufacturer of returnable boxes and pallets, has launched a new foldable and reusable container specially designed for the…

Eagle Packaging rebrands as EndFlex

Eagle Packaging Machinery LLC has announced that, effective immediately, the company will operate under the new name EndFlex LLC. Company ownership and staff have not changed.…

Clipper’s PLA tea bag

Brits fight plastic pollution with tea bags made of bananas

It is not something people think of, but the contribution to plastic pollution levels by the tea bags we use daily, is something to imagine. The micro-plastic problem has generally stemmed from the use of polypropylene plastic in tea bags as a ‘sealant’ to prevent tea bags from disintegrating on contact with hot…

UK’s Pipers Crisps wants to reduce waste

The UK potato chip manufacturer Piper Crisps has reduced waste with the installation of a high-speed packaging solution. The new system has enabled the Lincolnshire-based snack maker to double its productivity yet maintain product quality, simply by enhancing seal integrity. Simon Hill, regional sales manager, too often…

Menno Reijgersberg, Europe Retail Packing:

"With three new top seal machines, we are responding to the retail demand"

Dutch company, Europe Retail Packing, has expanded its machine park with three top seal machines. "Many supermarkets that have soft fruit have switched from clamshell to top seal packaging. We expect this will be followed by grapes and other fruit", says owner, Menno Reijgersberg. "It is becoming a trend that overseas…

Spanish exporters will have to adapt

Germany to enforce new packaging regulations in 2019

Spanish exporters will have to adapt to the new German Packaging Law, since the sale in Germany of products whose packaging has not been correctly registered will be…

Food Safety & Standard Authority of India:

Traders to curtail use of stickers on fruits

The Food Safety & Standard Authority of India (FSSAI) recently advised traders not to use stickers on fruits that do not provide any traceability or other regulatory…

New IFCO NA President reflects on return to company and future of RPCs

IFCO recently announced the appointment of Dan Martin as President, IFCO North America. Martin returned to IFCO after serving as Senior Vice President Sales & Customer Operations at CHEP USA. Prior to that, he was General Manager and Sales Leader at IFCO. He says returning to IFCO after an absence is…

E-commerce platform JD - reusable packaging initiative

E-commerce platform JD has launched a reusable packaging initiative to promote sustainable consumption. Through this new program, JD offers customers the option of ordering…

With optional print-on-demand capability

Next generation PLU Labeling Machine

Pro Label International, Inc, a manufacturer of produce-labeling equipment and PLU labels  announces   the release of its latest model, the PL 2000 label applicator with optional Print-on-Demand functionality. The PL 2000 is a logical “next step” to Pro Label’s earlier model, the PL 1900.  It has similar footprint and is interchangeable with the…

Cavendish Farms installs TOMRA's Eco steam peelers

Cavendish Farms, one of the largest processors of frozen potato products in North America, is equipping its new, state-of-the-art production facility in Lethbridge, Alberta with TOMRA’s Eco steam peelers. Cavendish Farms is committed to sustaining the environment and operates at the highest standards to protect the…

Packaging in spotlight at product show BelOrta

From dozens of varieties and colours of tomatoes to organic and ‘forgotten’ vegetables. Last Thursday and Friday, BelOrta held its annual product show. “During this edition, we showed all the products in our range,” says Benny Cuypers. “One of the largest innovations is the new product packaging. Using…

HUSK™: The Fresh corrugated packaging of the future

HUSK™ brings freshness into the world of fresh Fruit & Vegetable packaging. Offering high quality paper-based boxes and premium service, HUSK™ is the way to go for…

Pink mushroom punnets for breast cancer awareness month

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Pick n Pay has turned its mushrooms – or at least the packaging – pink. During October, Pick n Pay customers can buy a 250g pink punnet of sliced or whole fresh white button mushrooms and R1 from every punnet sold will be donated to Reach for Recovery, a…

Interspar introduces 100 biological packaging options

Free paper bags for fruits and vegetables available in Austria

Following a successful test run in selected supermarkets, the new 100% biodegradable paper bags are now available in all INTERSPAR stores as an alternative to plastic bags for fruit and vegetable purchases. It is up to the customers to decide. Following successful tests in eleven hypermarkets in Salzburg and Styria,…

New packaging and flavors for Microwave and Oven Ready potato meals

The Little Potato Company is going for a new fresh look. more functional packaging and two delicious new flavors for its Microwave Ready and Oven|Grill Ready products: Tomato Basil and Roasted Red Pepper & Onion. Innovating its Microwave and Oven|Grill Ready products emphasizes the company's commitment to taste,…

Customers are into fruit and vegetables on corrugated board trays

According to a new study, the number of customers buying fruit and vegetables increases between 13% and 16% when the produce is presented in corrugated board trays rather than…

Lagos State Government:

Nigeria: Introducing re-usable plastic crates for vegetables in 2019

Last Tuesday, the Lagos State Government said that it was set to introduce re-usable plastic crates to replace raffia vegetable baskets. Governor Akinwumi Ambode made the…

Country of Origin labelling a step closer to law

Horticulture New Zealand is thrilled that mandatory Country of Origin labelling for fruit and vegetables got a step closer today, with the second reading of the Consumers’…

Coveris presents fully recyclable PE film for Co-op

Co-op is now even closer to achieving its 2023 target with the launch of a new recyclable PE film. The new PE film is made from polyethylene material, very similar to the…

New Tiny Tim's mini avocado bag launched

LGS Specialty Sales (LGS), has announced that its Tiny Tim’s mini avocados are now available in a more economical bag. Tiny Tim’s launched last year, and after receiving…

Spain: New packaging format that reduces plastic use by 99%

Mans, the brand for organic fruit and vegetables at Bonpreu and Esclat stores, has just launched a new, more sustainable packaging for organic products that reduces plastic…

Government will soon present new design

Denmark introduces climate label for food

Next week, the Danish government will present a new food label. The aim is to make the environmental impact of the individual food traceable so that the end user can better…

South Africa: Woolworths to trial plastic bag free store

South African department store chain Woolworths Holdings will remove single-use plastic bags from one of its stores during a six-month trial period in a bid to end plastic pollution. From November, Woolworths, which also has operations in Australia and New Zealand, will not offer any plastic bags at its…

Corrugated cardboard

First software for optimal selection of fruit and veg packaging

In the next edition of Fruit Attraction, held from October 23 to 25 in Madrid, UNIQ will present the first software designed to select the best type of corrugated cardboard packaging for fruit and vegetables. It will make it possible to know what the perfect box is for the product's transport and…

Corn grower and shipper offering new eco-friendly corn trays

Branch: A Family of Farms have launched new eco-friendly corn trays. These new compostable trays are available to customers for the company’s year-round corn program. The company wanted to make an effort to be more sustainable in all of its farm practices, and it therefore explored various eco-friendly packaging options.…

Lidl Ireland to remove black plastic packaging from fruit & vegetables

Lidl has confirmed plans to remove black plastic packaging from its entire fruit and vegetable range. This is to happen before Christmas of this year. The packaging, which cannot be recycled, will be scrapped from fresh fish products by February 2019, followed by fresh meat, poultry and cured meat ranges…

Van der Windt

Winscribe: resealable top seal packaging

Many consumers prefer packaging that is resealable. You cannot really reseal a tray with a top seal film. Dutch packaging company, Van der Windt, has found a solution for this. By lightly 'writing' on a two-layer PET laminate, a resealable top seal is created. "Our ‘Winscribe’ offers a solution that was thought to…

Coop tests organic vegetables without packaging

Coop wants to sell organic vegetables without packaging whenever possible. Now a system is being tested, with which products can be labeled without packaging. Saves up to 80% of materials "Elastitag" is the name of the label with a black rubber band, which is supposed to serve as a new biocoenosis of the…

Market Check: Greenpeace targets disposable bags

Kurier.at reports: Approximately 790 million plastic bags are issued in Austria every year; that is around 1600 bags per minute. Austrian supermarkets voluntarily committed themselves in 2016 to come up with measures against the associated waste accumulation. The "Bag Test" of the environmental protection organization assessed…

Tesco will scrap 'best before' dates on fruit and vegetable lines

Tesco is planning to scrap potentially confusing “best before” dates from dozens more of its fresh fruit and vegetable lines after research found ditching the labels helped reduce food waste. Tesco shoppers will from this week no longer find date labels on a further 116 items of produce – including own-brand apples, oranges,…

Two new solutions by Plastica Sud at Fruit Attraction 2018

Plastica Sud  is a leading company in the production of plastic packaging. Founded in 1979, it has since reached a high level of excellency when it comes to innovation, design and environmental sensitivity.  For the past 40 years, it has been growing based on solid company values such as high-quality, innovation, safety, reliability and client…

New Zealand retailer New World enters war against plastic waste

A recent New World initiative that does away with plastic film can't come soon enough for some shoppers. In the past, the supermarket got a dressing down for over-the-top…

Organto streamlines receiving and packaging operations

Organto Foods Inc., an integrated provider of value-added organic vegetables and fruits today announced that it has entered into an agreement with DLB Inpakbedrijf BV to…


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