Packaging

The Natural Chip Co. has released its kid-friendly Veggie Rings, with a colourful and playful design, developed by Sydney-based studio Tweak.

An iconic Australian beer can is about to hit the shelves after a 15-year absence. The Reschs Pilsner Silver Bullet cans are returning to bottle shops after a 15-year absence.

With demand for its product skyrocketing and backorders to fill, Fiji Water was faced with a dilemma. The world was going into lockdown and it had minimal staff on site. It needed automation, and fast.

UK-based eco flat bottle packaging company Garçon Wines has made its first steps into the Australian market. Food & Drink Business spoke to its new market development advisor for the region, Matthew Moate.

Alcohol giant Diageo has partnered with Pilot Lite to launch Pulpex Limited – a sustainable packaging technology company – and will release the first 100 per cent plastic free, paper-based spirits bottle for its Johnnie Walker Black Label scotch whisky.

Innovative digital labels and packaging can create the consumer engagement brands crave, deliver product authentication, and help drive strong sales.

The Australian government announced Monday that it would commit $190m to a new recycling modernisation fund (RMF).

Bookings are now open for the third Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) virtual training course the ‘Future of Sustainable Labelling' which will be held on 21 July and run by Dr Carol Kilcullen-Lawrence.

KHS Group has introduced a new paper technology that provides an alternative to shrink film or wrap-around cartons for cans. The company’s Innopack Kisters tray packers can wrap cans of food and beverages in paper.

When organic chai and cocoa supplier Chai Me was looking to develop its business, a conversation with digital flexible packaging and labels producer Luminar opened a whole new product line, and revenue stream, for the company.

The Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) has announced a schedule of 23 priority projects to drive targeted progress towards the 2025 National Packaging Targets.

Speciality coffee brand ST. Ali has worked with Jet Technologies to overcome operational challenges during COVID-19 restrictions with advanced systems, including its latest coffee packaging machinery.

Today's situation highlights the need for brands to adopt innovative thinking and identify news ways to use technology to continue the conversation with their customers.

A pioneer of digital print for packaging in Australia has enabled small food and beverage brands to create a big impact on shelf.

Primo has launched its new Gourmet Sausage Recipes range, teaming up with Sydney-based studio Tweak to create a contemporary and premium feel for its packaging design.

In time for this year’s World Gin Day (13 June), South Australian craft spirit brand Twenty Third Street Distillery has launched its Bushfire Recovery Signature Gin, featuring augmented reality on its scannable label.