Zip-Pak is putting its efforts towards emerging markets such as India and revealed it has just picked up two major customers in the country.
FlexLink will launch a conveyor with improved hygiene for direct food contact in agreement with European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group (EHEDG) guidelines next year.
The National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods (NACMCF) has moved closer to finalizing its recommendations on control strategies to reduce foodborne norovirus infections.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has introduced two bulk X-ray systems to help bulk ingredient suppliers meet brand owners’ demand for contaminant-free products.
Cambridge Engineered Solutions, a US metal conveyor belt manufacturer, has hired its first sales manager to support the company’s business growth in the UK and Ireland.
BEMA (Baking Equipment Manufacturers and Allieds) brought together its exhibiting members at the inaugural Gulfood Manufacturing 2014 at the Conrad Hotel, Dubai, recently.
Smurfit Kappa has opened a €28m Bag-in-Box plant in Ibi, Spain, due to growing demand in the region.
The European Commission has approved, under the EU Merger Regulation, the acquisition of Linpac Packaging (Linpac) by Strategic Value Partners (SVP).
Amcor Rigid Plastics aims to make the “PET or glass?” question moot with its introduction of a 24oz hot-fill polyethylene terephthalate (PET) container that accepts metal lug closures.
Treatment at the end of life is one key factor in the environmental performance of self-adhesive label materials, according to UPM Raflatac.
Dylog has launched an X-ray machine to detect low density products at Emballage 2014, in Paris.
CGP Coating Innovation has launched a range of corrosion inhibiting products at the Emballage trade show.
Lascom, which develops PLM (product lifecycle management) software, has updated its CPG version to better manage data and documents ahead of the 1169/2011 European regulation consumer information on food (INCO Regulation), which comes into effect on December 13, 2014.
US supplier LiDestri Food and Beverage is setting its sights on juice, using healthier products and Tetra Pak cartons to shake up the sector.
Food producers will be able to spray unique DNA barcodes directly onto food to improve traceability, when DNATrax becomes commercially available next year.
AkzoNobel has launched an investigation after it discovered a €53m ($66m) fraudulent claim relating to an external party.
Clearfleau has built an on-site industrial anaerobic digestion (AD) plant at Nestlé's Fawdon confectionery factory, near Newcastle in the UK, which makes gums, pastilles and Rolo chocolates.
Foreign producers are stepping up to tighter traceability regulations of export destinations, a trend which is pushing the global food traceability technologies market forward, according to business information portal Visiongain.