James Cropper is to reprocess disposable coffee cups collected by Veolia from Selfridges’ Oxford Street headquarters and stores.
The PEFC UK has produced a brochure promoting responsibly sourced and labelled materials used in the production of food and beverage packaging.
The FPA has criticised a report on food contamination, insisting the study was neither conclusive nor as accurate as media reports suggested.
Linx Printing Technologies has supplied continuous ink jet printers to enable printing for 40,000 yogurt pots every hour at leading Israeli dairy company.
Simply Cups has urged the food service industry to dramatically speed up the process of making food and drink packaging more ‘ed’ and less ‘able’.
Starbucks has responded to the publicity surrounding paper coffee cups by offering a 50p discount to customers if they bring in their own cup.
Renowned broadcaster Jeremy Paxman is to speak at the annual Foodservice Packaging Association Environment seminar next year.
Huhtamaki UK has boosted energy efficiency by achieving ISO 50001 certification for improving an energy management system.
Martin Kersh, executive director of the FPA warned of confusion at takeaways with the introduction of the carrier bag charge in England.
Foodpack has purchased Kapak Foods for an undisclosed fee, after the food packing firm went into administration.
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.