Packaging

Entries for the 2019 Packaging Innovation and Design Awards have opened with two new categories announced.

Three Australian companies, and one from New Zealand, have been announced as winners in the WorldStar Packaging Awards.

Australian family-owned winery De Bortoli Wines has won top honours for the unique, world-first packaging on its new Rosé Rosé at the International Wine and Spirit Competition in London.

PepsiCo ANZ is set to convert chip packets into furniture, bollards, signage and more in partnership with REDcycle.

Taylors Wines has added touch-activated sensors and temperature guides to its bottles to encourage consumers to chill their red wine before serving.

The new Entice range of soft-touch films from Jet Technologies is designed to give consumer product labels additional value and a premium look.

Almond Breeze has rolled out new packaging on its Barista Blend almond milk with the new look chosen by baristas and roasters.

The Australian craft cider industry has launched a ‘100% Australian grown’ trust mark and brand proposition to help it tap into export markets.

The AIP will be running its new ‘Introduction to Sustainable Packaging Design’ course in Melbourne next month.

The AIP has joined the Friends of Champions 12.3 global movement as part of its commitment to the SAVE FOOD Initiative.

The Australian Government has joined industry leaders to announce new targets to reduce packaging waste by 2025 and improve recycling in Australia.

New Zealand's food and beverage industry embraced food waste and sustainability education from the AIP at Foodtech Packtech this week.

Melbourne manufacturer Everest Ice Cream has unveiled new company branding with a view to unifying its disparate product ranges.

Mondelez International has refreshed and repackaged its Cadbury Roses wrapped chocolates to meet the changing tastes of consumers.

The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) has joined an initiative which will help it save food globally.