Clean Team, a San Diego maker of cleaning card products, speeds changeovers and lowers labor costs with an automated sealer. Pitched area allows for easy filling of liquid cleaning solution into the package.
Well, thats not exactly the question that arises after reading a report in the Aug. 2 edition of The Economist. Rather than being the opposite of environmentally sensitive, the point of the report is that maybe pale green is closer to the truth.
Johnson & Johnson, Skillman, NJ, in May introduced Johnson’s Kids Foam Blaster hand soap, topped with an instant foam dispenser developed by Airspray International (Pompano Beach, FL). The Table Top foam-producing dispenser is said to provide a soap product that lathers without water.
For the second year in a row, Andy Powell, an artist represented by Scott Hull Associates (Dayton, OH), has created a dynamic piece of artwork to decorate bottles of 2001 Beringer Nouveau red table wine.
Whether it’s coffee or ice cream, Seattle-based Starbucks continuously works to strengthen its brand identity. Facing fierce competition for premium freezer case space, Starbucks turned to Enterprise IG (San Francisco, CA) to create an exciting new look that would stand out from the competition and also provide a more unified brand identity.
The Mead Corp. (Dayton, OH) and Westvaco Corp. (Stamford, CT) have agreed to create a global company involved in packaging, coated and specialty papers, consumer and office products, and specialty chemicals.
The Product Packaging Protection Act of 2001, introduced by Sens. Herb Kohl (D-WI) and Orrin Hatch (R-UT), would make it unlawful for third parties to insert written or other material inside a consumer product without the permission of the manufacturer, distributor, or retailer.
Some folks in Suffolk County, NY, want to know more about whats in their bottled water. A resolution was submitted to the county legislature calling for all bottled water sold in Suffolk County to bear a label listing the organic and inorganic chemicals, and the radiological, biological, and other contaminants in the water.
The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture is seeking public comment on a proposed rule making regarding the definition and labeling of United States cattle and United States fresh beef products. Comments are also being solicited on whether such beef products should bear labeling claims different from currently permitted claims.