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Foodservice innovation: Stock rectangular deli packaging with universal lid sizes

Data sheet from Plastic Ingenuity shows clear, thermoformed food packaging in 8-, 16, 32, and 48-oz rectangular sizes with one universal lid size.
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Danone first to switch to PLA for yogurt cup in Germany

Moving from polystyrene to PLA, Danone will improve the packaging carbon footprint for its Activia brand by 25% and will use 43% less fossil resources.
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PepsiCo rolls out recyclable and compostable foodservice cups

Five new options include fully recyclable clear plastic cups, compostable paper cups and wax cups made with plant-based materials.
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Baby cereal in a cup

Granada, Spain-based Puleva Food SL introduced ready-to-eat baby cereals to the Spanish market in November 2009.
OFF THE SHELF: Cool smoothie cups from DelMonte
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OFF THE SHELF: Cool smoothie cups from DelMonte

Senior editor Anne Marie Mohan takes a look at a clever two-cup combo where the cups are unitized by a colorful shrink-sleeve label.
OFF THE SHELF: Dannon containers are evolving
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OFF THE SHELF: Dannon containers are evolving

In this episode of Off The Shelf Video, Packaging World Editor Pat Reynolds takes a look at how the single-serve yogurt containers sold by Dannon are undergoing some intriguing changes.

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