Shareholders from Coca-Cola will vote today on a proposal urging the company to disclose how it is responding to public fears over bisphenol A (BPA), which is used in the linings of Coke’s beverage cans.
A tube may not be the most obvious packaging option that comes to mind for a drink product but some brands are testing out their potential to grab consumer imagination and even offer practical advantages.
Bisphenol A (BPA) is living on borrowed time. And not just in the United States but now in Europe too where mounting consumer hostility and scientific concern over its safety have combined to push the chemical towards the point of no return.
A new study suggests that high-intensity pulsed electric fields (HIPEF) treatment could be an effective way of preserving the vitamin C content and antioxidant capacity of drinks containing fruit juice and soy milk.
The results of a new study show PET plastic bottles outperform aluminium can and glass bottles in terms of environmental footprint by using less energy, generating less solid waste, and creating significantly fewer greenhouse gases, claims the PET Resin...
TIA Robotic Tooling Solutions has released a new layer gripper for use in distribution centres where it is necessary to handle layers of grocery products of many different shapes and sizes with the same tool.