“Let’s act now”: 2021 to see stricter labeling on UK pre-packaged foods, but is it too late?

Tri-Label supports Natasha Allergy Research Foundation, company says “everyone in the business of delivering pre-packaged food to consumers should act quickly”

Related Articles

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

31 Mar 2020 --- India-based BL Agro Industries (BL Agro) has witnessed steady demand for its edible oil thanks to its longstanding partnership with French liquids packaging... Read More

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

25 Mar 2020 --- Mexican beer brand Sol has enlisted design agency Vault49 to redesign its packaging to appeal to global markets. The new design intentionally stuck closely to... Read More

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

25 Feb 2020 --- Compostable packaging products certified standard EN 13432 can disintegrate within a maximum of 22 days together with biowaste (GFT) in a full-scale industrial... Read More

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

17 Feb 2020 --- Coca-Cola Sweden’s newly launched 100 percent recycled PET (rPET) bottles will now arrive on Swedish shelves with labels reading “Panta mig igen,”... Read More

FormattedPicture

PACKAGING & TECHNOLOGY NEWS

04 Feb 2020 --- Labeling and functional materials specialist Avery Dennison has collaborated with SABIC in the TRUCIRCLE initiative to develop the “first-ever” recycled... Read More

trans