Italy 14.11.2023

Etipack Introduces Sustainable Packaging Solutions for Food Sector

Source: The DairyNews
In response to the growing importance of sustainable packaging in the food sector, Etipack has developed innovative solutions to address the challenge of reducing plastic use in multipack packaging. The company's objective is to combine sustainability with product efficiency, offering solutions that eliminate the need for additional plastic in packaging bagged products.
Etipack Introduces Sustainable Packaging Solutions for Food Sector

Etipack's sustainable packaging solutions involve the use of labeling systems that allow the simultaneous application of two side labels as batches pass through the system. This results in a single multipack output without the need for additional plastic packaging. The systems can be designed for both offline use with manual loading and integration into packaging lines, automating and streamlining the packaging process.

The advantages of Etipack's sustainable packaging proposal are twofold. Firstly, it enables significant cost savings by eliminating the need for extra packaging materials. Secondly, it contributes to a substantial reduction in the environmental impact of the packaged products, aligning with the growing emphasis on eco-friendly practices in the packaging industry.

Kazakhstani ice cream producers ended the warm season with a historical high. From May to September 2023, according to the Bureau of National Statistics (BNS), the country produced more than 46 thousand tons of ice cream and edible ice. This is 32.6% more than in the same period last year. Today, the share of domestic ice cream on the market is more than 80%.
Maks Fasteyev
Maks Fasteyev
Dairy Project Partner at INFAGRO Ltd.
TheFutureIsDairy - This was the slogan of the European Dairy Association's (EDA) Annual Convention held in Brussels last week. The conference gathered a large number of top dairy specialists and managers, the main panel was represented by the CEOs and COOs of Lactalis, FrieslandCampina, Arla Foods, Tetra Pak, and other ‘big fish’.
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