It’s only in the last couple decades that packaging has been getting appropriate attention from corporate executives at major consumer packaged goods companies. Yet, brand marketers still mostly focus on product development first, and bring in the packaging folks later. But at least one consumer packaged goods (CPG) leader is rethinking that strategy from a sustainability point of view. An upcoming Packaging Digest webinar will put sustainable packaging innovations and successes at Nestlé, the world’s largest food company, in the spotlight.
G4S Events UK Managing Director Chris Burr discusses safely restarting concerts, sports and events after the Covid19 pandemic in the first of a series of video blogs….
Join us for this year’s European Biotech Week flagship event. This virtual event. co-hosted by Juozas Olekas, MEP & Maria Spyraki, MEP, will center on the future role of the life sciences and biotechnology sector in Europe, manifested in EuropaBio’s vision document ‘Unleashing the full potential of life sciences and biotechnology in Europe’, which will be presented at the event.
Kroger is telling its customers in stores inside the city of Cincinnati that it will no longer carry single-use plastic bags as of June 1, a month before the city’s ban takes effect. “In cooperation with the City of Cincinnati’s Plastic Bag Ban, and as part of our Zero Hunger | Zero Waste initaitives, we’re no longer offering single-use plastic bags as of June 1, 2021,” a sign at the entrance of the Queen City Kroger in Spring Grove Village says.
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It was the largest hearing for a UK parliamentary select committee to date. People are starting to wake up to the real, negative impact that fashion is having on our environment and the people working in the industry. Finally, the UK government has decided to follow suit.