Move over, goon bag. Pord marries art with high-quality wine to elevate the reputation of cask wine in Australia.
In a collaborative celebration, Handpicked Wines has created two bespoke wines with the popular Australian clothing label Gorman.
Single-serve bottles of Mount Franklin Still Water containing 600ml or less are now being manufactured from 100 per cent recycled plastic.
A new flexible packaging business has entered the ANZ market with a suite of bio-based certified compostable pack formats for food and other products. We spoke to Grounded Packaging co-founder Josh Kempton.
The Australian Institute of Packaging is welcoming industry participants for Foodbank hamper packing in Victoria.
A new range of aseptic bags from Jet Technologies has been designed to lengthen the lifespan of foods such as fruit puree, dairy, wine, and jams.
Australian packaging automation and product traceability system integrator Foodmach has teamed up with global supply chain security expert Systech to bring its Unisecure technology to the ANZ market.
The Chia Co. has expanded its Chia Pod pudding range with a new pouch-based variant for more convenient on-the-go snacking.
Italian beverage maker Sanpellegrino S.p.A usually creates its annual special edition S.Pellegrino label series with designs from other iconic Italian brands. This year it decided to branch out.
Organisers of the upcoming PIDA Awards have announced a new special award category for accessible packaging design.
Australian packaging industry figure Keith Chessell has received a Lifetime Achievement award from the World Packaging Organisation.
Swedish food tech company Micvac has been recognised at the annual Sustainology Summit 2018 in New York for its sustainable systems for healthy and environmentally conscious meals.
A new versatile textured thermal matte film that produces a rough touch and feel promises to meet production demands for luxury looks and sensations in high-end products.
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.