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Pharmaceutical, Medical Device & OTC Packaging

Jawbone
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Personal technology headset gets sustainable package redesign

Medical syringe packaging provides inspiration for Bluetooth headset redesign that uses 68% less plastic than original packaging.
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PTI thrives on inspection/metal detection systems

Contract manufacturer’s Royston, GA, facility uses machinery for quality, also gaining economic benefits.
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Vitamin line switching to 100% recycled PET bottles

Rainbow Light Nutritional Systems opts for ‘bio-balanced’ healthcare-focused products and packaging.
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Vitamin-enhanced water debuts in PET

AriZona Beverage Co. launches RESCUE Water in injection blow-molded PET bottles that use an oxygen-scavenging technology.
AZ_Energy
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Energy drinks in aluminum cans

AriZona Beverage launches AZ Energy natural drinks in attractive aluminum cans.
Freedonia_sticks
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Tube demand driven by cosmetics and pharmaceuticals

Demand for tube and stick packaging to reach $1.8 billion by 2014 according to a new Freedonia study.
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Same package, different results

UK chain Sainsbury’s reports great success with milk in bags, while rival Waitrose discontinues same due to poor sales.
Rondo_carton
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Credit card-sized pack wins pharmaceutical award

A wallet pack for Switzerland dental product company FKG Dentaire earns recognition.
Pure-Pro_shake
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Protein shakes launch in aluminum bottles

ABB (American Body Building) has introduced Pure Pro® 50 ready-to-drink shakes in recloseable, lightweight, 16-oz Alumi-Tek aluminum bottles from Ball Corporation.
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"Green" syringe will cut medical waste, reduce costs

Fast Company article features product design firm, Cambridge Consultants, and their unveiling of a new eco-friendly syringe, the Syreen.
Celox
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Wound care receives 'cutting-edge' packaging

A new wound care packaging development comes Cheshire, England-based medical device company MedTrade’s First Aids pads and bandages that quickly stop bleeding. Advances in the design and composition of wound care products will help demand for such products grow by 4.6% annually through 2013, forecasts Freedonia.
Orgain
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Packaging supports new ripple in functional beverages

Dr. Andrew Abraham identified a need for a nutrition-packed product, as part of a personal diet regimen, in functional beverages.
Uhlmann
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Blister machine expands capacity for contract pharmaceutical packaging

Compass Pharma Services installs a new high-speed blister-packaging machine.
HIGH-SPEED CHECKWEIGHING. The XS1 checkweigher (above) helps contract packager Quality Packaging Specialists produce a variety o
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Checkweigher delivers healthy packaging results

Used primarily for dietary supplement multipacks, a new checkweigher helps PA-based contract packer Quality Packaging Specialists meet quality demands with accuracy and at high line speeds.
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Packaging sex scandal of the year!

Racy candy wrappers from German confectioner Haribo outrage some Europeans.

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