Environmental sensibility has distant roots for the Turin-based multinational: Francesca Squillace, Packaging and Materials Director of Lavazza, talks about it.
By Maria Costanza Candi, Luciana Guidotti.
Sulapac has launched a groundbreaking innovation that will allow water-based products to be packaged with a new bio-based barrier that biodegrades without leaving permanent microplastics behind. This is a major breakthrough for an industry that uses around 90% water-based emulsions and has yet to find fully biodegradable alternatives.
Fabiana Marchini, Head of Sustainability of Sanpellegrino, tells us the strategic vision and investments at the basis of a systemic approach to environmental, social and ethical sustainability. By Maria Costanza Candi, Luciana Guidotti
From Sun Chemical, the range of SunVisto Aquagreen inks for food packaging, produced with a high percentage of raw material from vegetable sources. The high bio-renewable content (BRC) is proven by carbon isotope C14 analysis.
Sustainable and recyclable monomaterial film for the production of food trays. Innovation and sustainability according to AMB, an international company that presents itself as a unique interlocutor in the packaging field.
Eni's chemical company, Versalis, is expanding its range of “circular” products, made from recycled raw materials. The Versalis Revive portfolio will now include a new product for food packaging made with 75% domestic post-consumer polystyrene.
Diageo partnered with glass manufacturer Encirc and research and technology body Glass Futures on the project, which used the firm’s Black & White Scotch brand as the test subject. The project saw the use of a waste-based powered furnace to cut the carbon footprint of of the bottle-making process by up to 90%.
Più carta, meno plastica e alluminio nel nuovo brik da 200 ml Tetra Crystal® di Valfrutta studiato per il canale vending. Realizzato per l’86% con materiali provenienti da fonti vegetali e con una superficie totale ridotta del 7% grazie agli angoli frontali smussati che ne facilitano la presa, garantisce un risparmio del 14% di emissioni di CO2 rispetto alle confezioni precedenti.
Zuivere Koffie collaborated with Metsä Board - leading European producer of premium fresh fibre paperboards - and with the converter, Remmert Dekker Packaging, in order to create a packaging capable of drawing the attention and supporting the special story of its new range of organic coffee.