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See how contract packager has set the pace in pharmaceutical serialization
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Among the types of active and intelligent packaging most commonly researched is antimicrobial food packaging. But when will we see commercialization and true marketplace impact?
Flow wrapper handles biscuits at 70 packs/min
Leading U.K. biscuit maker Fox's Biscuits has recently purchased a new flow wrapper for its tray-packed Thins and Snaps products.
Nostalgia plays part in new Bosco syrup packaging
Leading U.K. biscuit maker Fox's Biscuits has recently purchased a new flow wrapper for its tray-packed Thins and Snaps products.
Recycled paper packaging market to grow to $139B by 2018
A new sustainable packaging report from Smithers Pira pegs the growth of the recycled paper packaging market at 5% through 2018, but will demand exceed supply?
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New technology advances at interpack
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Report outlines 3D printing opportunities and disruptions
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