JOHNSON'S Baby has introduced new eco-friendly packaging for several of its products - plastic lid carton packs to replace traditional plastic bottles. These packs are the so-called "reserves" for replenishing the JOHNSON'S Baby products already purchased by the consumer in plastic.

The ALPLA Group, which specializes in various packaging solutions, together with one of the largest Austrian mineral water suppliers Vöslauer, introduced the reusable plastic bottle for drinks to the market. Now such a bottle with a capacity of 1 liter has already been on sale in stores in Austria.

Huhtamaki has introduced its new development to the market to eliminate the use of aluminum films in the production of blisters. The resulting blister is made from PET monomaterial and is fully recyclable.

Large European company Sidel launches its new product - PressureSAFE™ aerosol cans made of PET. According to the company, these PET containers are in no way inferior to traditional aluminum aerosol cans, and even surpass them in some criteria.

Today we'll tell you about an interesting innovation, which at first glance has nothing to do with the packaging. However, in fact, it can make a small revolution and allow you to save a huge amount of both packaging material and space during transportation and storage of the final product. Intrigued? Now let's talk in more detail.

One of the world's largest companies, Tesco, has launched testing of a new edible coating for fruits and vegetables Apeel in its supermarkets. This coating was developed by the American company Apeel Sciences and consists of materials of plant origin - lipids and glycerolipids, which are found in the peel, seeds and pulp of all fruits and vegetables consumed by people.

«Recycle me» is the call to customers of the new design of Colgate-Palmolive toothpaste tubes, which have begun to be released in the United States. The company has already completely and radically redesigned such toothpaste lines as Optic White Advanced, Cavity Protection, Max Fresh Cool and Total Whitening and is planning these changes for the remaining toothpastes by 2023.