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Artegraft switches to copolyester for vascular graft tubes

Company transitions from cylindrical glass culture tubes for its collagen vascular grafts to a copolyester-based tube with a flat side, helping to prevent breakage and save money.
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Coffees, teas tap shelf stability in use

A foodservice BIB pack uses a unique tap that maintains shelf stability after opening.
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Weight-loss shake embodies the 'new natural'

Valerie Jacobs makes her living by helping consumer product companies identify and capitalize on consumer trends, and the director of trend analysis at LPK notes a rise in the number of “natural” products. Not in the sense of natural versus organic, but natural as a barometer of aesthetic enjoyment.
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Smart packaging--gaining traction in the marketplace

The promise of smart packaging has always been impressive. Now, at last, some pretty intriguing commercial applications are starting to surface.
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The wrap-up: Truly custom packaging

One-of-a-kind packaging with a personal touch.
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A look under the hood at Tetra Pak

Tetra Pak hosted a late August media update of marketing and technical topics.
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Noteworthy Items Gleaned From World News
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Pepsi Americas relaunches juices in curved carton

New aseptic carton line in Prague helps Pepsi Americas Central Europe Group provide a 12-month shelf life that extends ambient distribution of Toma and Tropicana juice brands in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Poland.
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'Greening' brings concentrated thoughts

Seven key questions to ask if you are considering packaging source reduction via concentrated reformulations.
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The outlook for aseptically processed low acid beverages in pet bottles

After many years the flood gates are about ready to be opened: Aseptically processed low-acid beverages in PET bottles produced in the U.S. will finally be a reality. Look out America! Anyone who has followed the saga of aseptically processed low-acid beverages in PET bottles knows that this is a story that would be challenging to describe in a just a 750-word column. Consider this the abridged version.

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