The issue of gender-based packaging has been criticised by two design and branding industry experts.
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Tesco has been rapped by the grocery watchdog for propping up its finances by short-changing suppliers when it began lagging behind rivals.
Flexible packaging company Parkside has opened a £500,000 New Product Development Suite and laboratory facility.
Procter & Gamble (P&G) has become a member of Petcore Europe, the Brussels based association representing the PET value chain in Europe.
Delta Packaging has opened a 10,000 sqm purpose built factory in Poland as part of its £40m investment plan.
RPC Bramlage has provided packs for Polish pharmaceuticals and cosmetics producer Ziaja.
Former Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke is to face questioning by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) following the accounting scandal last year.
Graphics Packaging International (GPI) is set to unveil a range of concepts designed for the craft beer market.
Essentra has confirmed it is planning to close its hull site and transfer operations to Newport.
Procter & Gamble (P&G) Fabric Care has launched a new environmental initiative which will see 230 million bottles made out of ‘Post Consumer Recyclate’ (PCR) recycled packaging.
M&H Plastics has manufactured the bottles for Phil Smith Haircare’s Be Gorgeous range.
Tesco’s financial woes have deepened with chairman Sir Richard Broadbent set to resign following revelation of more inaccuracies in its accounting, and profits haemorrhaging by 92%.
Vetroplas is supplying luxury packaging for a skincare brand launched by a former contestant of the BBC’s The Apprentice.
Supermarket Waitrose said it is pushing for a gradual change in the UK's recycling culture, at both government and consumer level.
Spectra Packaging has launched a new twisted square pack to its range of standard containers.