Eric GreenbergPackage DesignCannabis and CBD: Still. Holding. Breath.As an attorney, my job is easy. I advise clients that they should follow the law. As we say in Latin, “Duh.”February 14, 2022Package DesignHere Come USDA’s “Bioengineered” Food Labels (or Maybe Not)The new label requirements for “bioengineered” foods are here! Sort of.January 10, 2022Operational excellenceOne New Regulator, and Thoughts About All of ThemWhenever a president nominates a new commissioner to head the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, it inspires in me some thoughts and questions about the agency, and regulation generally.November 29, 2021Package DesignAnother Instructive Court Case, This One a Victory for Food PackagersA recent federal court decision gave a big boost to the FDA’s Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) rules. As with last month’s column, this one will examine this single case for its unique lessons.October 25, 2021Package DesignWhat One Court Case Can TeachA recent court decision will help us understand the recent scourge of private lawsuits brought against food packagers over the information on their product labels.October 6, 2021Package DesignNew Food Safety Blueprint: Threat or Opportunity?There’s an old expression that says, “Those who anticipate the future can see threats, but also opportunities.” Well, anyway, there ought to be. Here’s an example.August 27, 2021COVID-19Pandemic’s Effects on Food Manufacturing, for Better or Worse, Could LingerIt’s the A, B, Cs of food manufacturing and packaging. Building-in controls that assure food safety and quality are the very essence of any good food operation.July 28, 2021Operational excellenceAt What Point Should Companies Cease Using Controversial Packaging Components?This month, we will explore the surprisingly complex question of “when?,” as in, when does a packaging company decide to stop using a controversial component substance?June 28, 2021Package DesignShort But Important New Allergen LawCongress made a significant changes to the law, but it’s two pages long.May 25, 2021SustainabilityRecycling on Everyone’s RadarRecycling of packaging has been ubiquitous for decades, and yet, its systems have many moving parts, often confuse consumers, and could be more effective at recovering packages.April 23, 2021Previous PagePage 2 of 4Next PageTop StoriesPEI 2022PACK EXPO International 2022 Innovations ReportBack after four years, PACK EXPO International convened more than 44,000 attendees during its Oct. 23-26 run at Chicago’s McCormick Place, thus surpassing the 2018 event.Coding, printing & labelingDigital Printing Drives Case ProductionWorkforceHennepin Technical College Awarded Packaging World, PMMI ScholarshipSustainabilityPersonal Care Startup Selects Plastic for Reusable Deodorant CaseSponsor ContentBranding starts here with Hummingbird®.