Leading businesses and groups, including McDonalds and Costa Coffee, have made a joint plea to government to take a firm lead on UK litter.
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Former Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke is to face questioning by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) following the accounting scandal last year.
SIG Combibloc’s Drinksplus technology has helped Haitai Beverage launch two ‘Sunkist’ smoothies.
Huhtamaki has announced its partnership with Allegra Strategies as sponsor of the first ever World Coffee Portal CEO Forum.
Huhtamaki has made two key appointments in the UK and Ireland.
Two Northern Irish companies, who both supply paper-based products to McDonald’s, have partnered in a bid to reduce the restaurant chains’ waste.
A coalition of businesses and pressure groups including McDonald’s and Keep Britain Tidy have backed a cleanup plan, while the Foodservice Packaging Association (FPA) is calling for a unified strategy.
Rexam has expanded design capabilities in its UK and Russian design centres.
Coca-Cola Enterprises and Coca-Cola Erfrischungsgetränke have announced they are to combine businesses into a new company to be called Coca-Cola European Partners.
Benders Paper Cups has welcomed a poll which found support for drinks packaged in recyclable, paper-based materials.
Rexam has partnered with Coca-Cola HBC Italia to create a range of limited edition cans for the Coca-Cola Italia ‘Share a Kiss’ summer campaign.
Law firm Herbert Smith Freehills believes that regulators in Australia could follow tobacco plain packaging with graphic warning food, soft drink and alcohol packs.
Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) has announced it is to invest £6m in its Scottish operations this year.
Speakers from Funkin Cocktails and Sauvelle will feature at this year’s Drinks Symposium at Packaging Innovations and Luxury Packaging London.
Coca-Cola has issued label-free cans as the company said it wants people to imagine a world without labels.