Law firm Herbert Smith Freehills believes that regulators in Australia could follow tobacco plain packaging with graphic warning food, soft drink and alcohol packs.
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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.
Time is running out to register for today's Packaging News webinar on glass recycling and the new government.
SIG Combibloc has signed a deal to supply filling technology for a prominent Portuguese supplier of packaged drinking water.
Coca-Cola GB is setting itself more ambitious targets as part of its sustainability strategy.
Agency PSONA 12 developed a campaign to create impactful limited edition tins for Nescafé Azera by working with emerging design talent.
Absolut and New Designers have announced the 2015 edition of the Absolut @ New Designers competition.
Dassault Systèmes has launched the ‘Perfect Product’ industry experience for consumer packaged goods companies.
Coca-Cola has announced it will decrease the amount of virgin plastic content in its UK manufactured bottles and use around 40% rPET by 2020.
The Coca-Cola Company has unveiled the world’s first PET plastic bottle made entirely from plant materials at the World Expo - Milan.
Heineken has created a new way of attracting more visitors to its Heineken Experience in Amsterdam - a bottle fitted with a GPS system.
A Rotherham brewery has named a new beer in honour of glass bottle manufacturer Beatson Clark, one of the oldest businesses in the town.
German company U-Boot Getränke is looking to stir up the spirits sector with a packaging concept from Greiner Packaging.