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Coca-Cola is taking personalisation a step further with the addition of last names and holiday destinations on bottles.
A peanut butter company has placed an Australian Country of Origin Label on its jars to promote the origin of its ingredients.
CTD's milk flavouring straw brand Sipahh decided on an overhaul of its packaging design to reflect the low-sugar trend.
Californian almond co-operative Blue Diamond has announced a new look for its one-litre cartons of almond milk.
Twinings' new Morning Tea will roll out to supermarkets at the end of January in packs designed by four prominent Australian women.
Sungold flavoured milk is going fluoro for summer in celebration of Australia's tradies.
Sabrands has opted for a new logo on its Rosella-branded tomato sauce bottles.
The Keep Australia Beautiful (KAB) Foundation and Coca Cola Foundation have announced the winners of their 2016 Beverage Container Recycling Grants.
Omniverse Group and Foster Packaging have joined forces to give brand owners an alternative source of a full range of packaging from a supplier with a local manufacturing base and international sourcing reach.
Consumers will soon start to see the new Country of Origin labels in stores, starting with fresh produce in Woolworths.
Coca-Cola South Pacific has launched a new 250ml bottled coke product as part of a broader marketing campaign to encourage consumers to decide the ‘right amount’ for them.
Sacmi has launched a range of quality control solutions for beverage packaging and labelling through its Kube brand.
Nespresso has partnered with Australia Post to extend the coffee company's recycling program to those living in rural areas.
After 49 years of trading through JL Lennard, packaging machinery giant Krones has 'opened doors' on its own business in Australia.