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Tetra targets China...

To meet the "explosion" in milk consumption, Sweden's Tetra Pak will double capacity in Beijing. Packaging giant says they cannot maintain 26 percent growth per year as in past, expecting market to stabalize at 15 percent growth per year!Source: Food Production Daily
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Pharma packaging in India on high growth path...

Fueled by growth in worldwide demand for pharmaceuticals, packaging thrives. Materials include various types of glass, pet bottles, strip and blister packs, injectables and ampoules. With pharma companies mostly concentrated in the western region of the country, the packaging industry generates about 80 percent of the total revenue from there.Source: Hindu Business Line
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Russian counterfeiting...

Russia at forefront of new wave of high qaulity fake medicines.
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Also in the United Kingdom, packaging future could well be in the compost pile...

The future isn't now, according to some in the United Kingdom recyclable packaging industry.
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Also in China, cold chain begs improvement...

Serious problems exist in the processing, packaging and transportation of perishable goods in China.
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Virus as food additive...

The FDA approved the first ever bacteria killing virus to be sprayed on meats prior to packaging.
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The truth behind Wal-Mart's green makeover...

Despite the inflammatory title, this is actually a pretty favorable article on a rather left-leaning website.
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Microwave meats...

Ninety-two percent of homes in the United States have microwaves and meat processors are taking advantage of the fact, meeting the growing consumer demand for convenience.
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Bend it like Mrs. Beckham?

British celebrity couple David and Victoria Beckham are expanding the soccer ace's pefume line by launching his and her fragrances.
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China brands not known worldwide...

A new survey of almost 3,000 business people from more than 40 countries attending a China Export Commodity Fair, said that while they may recognize the names of Chinese companies, they are unfamiliar with the brands they produce.

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