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Registrations are now open for the packaging industry's biennial AIP National Conference, to be held in the Sunshine State in May.
Frucor Suntory has hit the refresh button on its Mizone brand in a move that aims to boost sales of the lower sugar sports.
A packaging industry executive has been appointed to a government steering committee devoted to tackling food waste.
Food processing and packaging company tna will launch its latest VFFS technology next month.
The global Save Food initiative is gathering momentum, announcing this week that it has passed the 1000 member mark. Australia is a strong supporter.
Heat and Control has boosted its packaging capabilities by becoming the exclusive distributor for form-fill-seal company Volpak in ANZ.
Lion's craft brand Little Creatures has introduced a label makeover across its entire beer range.
Arnott’s has collaborated with Gelato Messina on three new Tim Tam flavour combinations specifically designed to be chilled like the gelatos that inspired them.
Extending plain packaging to include alcohol and soft drinks could eliminate close to $400 billion in sales from the beverage industry.
Woolpack Australia has scored a WorldStar awards hat-trick for its Woolcool concept, with SPC, Pact Group, CHEP, Sealed Air and Plantic also announced as winners.
Businesses are at risk of fines of more than $1 million if they don't comply with new country of origin labelling laws.
Whisky liqueur brand Drambuie has been launched in a new bottle by distiller William Grant & Sons.
Design company Tweak was asked to help refresh the Sargents brand of frozen pies to keep it relevant in a competitive market.
A champagne maker has released its latest variety in a gifting case which can be hooked up to a smartphone for playing music.
Lion has released its Tooheys New collection in an iconic 30-pack of classic cans for a limited time only.