• Consumer Psychology and Product Packaging

    Studies have repeatedly shown that every perceptible detail of a product has an impact on how consumers interact with it. From size and shape to colour and font, every little element makes a difference.

    In this blog, we will go over some of the psychological triggers that help consumers in identifying a product and associating with it.

  • Ardagh Glass Packaging celebrates the International Year of Glass

    Ardagh Glass Packaging (AGP), part of Ardagh Group, will celebrate the United Nations International Year of Glass throughout 2022, commemorating the essential role of glass packaging in a sustainable society.
    The International Commission on Glass (ICG), the Community of Glass Associations (CGA) and ICOM-Glass are promoting 2022 as the United Nations International Year of Glass (IYOG) to underline the scientific, economic and cultural importance of glass in all its forms in our everyday lives. 

  • ProAmpac Introduces HC-Series of Healthcare Materials at MD&M West


    “We invite the medical community to visit us at Booth 1825 and learn more about ProAmpac’s newly branded HC-series of materials and our expanded DuPont™ Tyvek® offering,” said Jeff Murak, manager of business development for ProAmpac.

    Introducing ProAmpac’s HC-Series

    HC-600 is a series of high-barrier films that suit a variety of market applications:

    HC-600W films are specially designed to package normal (aqueous) and “hard-to-hold” products containing fragrances, alcohols, or germ-killing disinfectants;
    HC-600LE are low extractable barrier laminations developed for those demanding applications where common trace contaminants found in most standard laminations could have a negative impact on the product;
    HC-600Al FREE is an innovative alternative to laminations incorporating an aluminum foil barrier without sacrificing strength or sterility.
    HC-400 POLY & HC-400 PAPER represents our customizable materials that provide stringent packaging options with excellent barrier properties. The material targets product that requires either poly/poly/foil/poly or paper/poly/foil/poly structures, customizable in one or all layers.

    HC-48SG film offers reliable high-barrier options to meet industry requirements for sterility while providing features to enhance ease of use.

    ProAmpac Healthcare with Dupont™ Tyvek®

    ProAmpac’s laminations, pouching and material science expertise coupled with Dupont™ Tyvek® provides an incredibly durable substrate that is both breathable and offers a superior microbial barrier.

    Dupont™ Tyvek® product offerings includes rollstock and pouches

    Slit to width
    Chevron peel
    Extended sizing capabilities
    Flexographic printing
    To set up a meeting during the show or learn how ProAmpac’s Healthcare team can help you, please contact Jeff Murak at Jeff.Murak@ProAmpac.com or visit our website at ProAmpac.com/health.


  • Happier Beauty is Developing a Refillable Toothpaste Dispenser


    Happier Beauty, a British eco-friendly dental brand is developing a refillable toothpaste dispenser with biodegradable refill capsules after receiving a Smart Innovate grant of £150,000 ($202,925). 
    The brand is on a mission to tackle the tons of plastic waste produced by regular toothpaste pumps and tubes by developing a new toothpaste dispenser that eliminates single-use plastic tubes or pumps.

    About the Dispenser
    The innovative toothpaste dispenser will be made of aluminum and 50% recycled plastic, and has been designed to be used over and over again. The refill capsules are biodegradable meaning the new dispenser and refill capsules are completely zero-waste.
    Together, the offering provides an alternative to standard toothpaste tubes that are notoriously difficult to recycle and result in 1.5 billion plastic toothpaste tubes ending up in landfill every year. The brand wants to create a more circular solution to the climate crisis.

    Biodegradable Refill Capsules
    The new toothpaste dispenser will allow consumers to refill using biodegradable capsules. The refill capsules will be sent out to customers as a subscription, along with the reusable dispenser in their first subscription. Customers will be able to choose the frequency of their subscription.
    The design will be elegant and sleek, and the dispenser comes in four colors: mint, pink, peach and white.
    Founder of Happier Beauty, Faye Wilson, said, “It is becoming clear that recycling will not save us from the climate crisis, and so Happier Beauty wanted to take it one step further by creating a truly circular refillable and reusable solution.
    “We are so excited to be the world’s first toothpaste company to bring a refillable toothpaste dispenser to market. Refills are becoming more popular across food and beauty so why not dental care? Toothpaste is a product we all use twice a day but innovation in this market has been pretty slow up until now.”

  • LactaLogics and Scholle IPN to develop aseptic baby food packaging


    US-based baby food company LactaLogics has finalised a partnership with flexible packaging manufacturer Scholle IPN for developing aseptic packaging technology.

    The companies have partnered after carrying out a packaging research and development phase.

    The collaboration will involve integrating Scholle IPN’s solutions with LactaLogics’ Gentle-UHT processing capabilities to deliver safe human milk-based products for infants in pharmaceutical-grade packaging.

    This will provide hospital newborn intensive care units (NICUs) with access to shelf-stable, ready-to-serve human milk and human milk fortifiers packaged in aseptic pouches and cartons.

    Scholle IPN business development manager Andrew Lively said: “Our aseptic packaging, especially as it relates to pharmaceuticals, protects delicate products from contamination and outside environmental factors, which is critical when feeding premature infants.

    “The ability to combine this with shelf-stability and controlled, precise dosing delights us as we look forward to the positive impact of our packaging on the lives of premature infants.”

    The new packaging solution is designed to maintain the reliability and safety of LactaLogics’ human milk-based products.

    It is part of the company’s commitment to giving all premature infants access to an exclusive human milk diet.

    LactaLogics co-founder and chief operating officer Chelly Snow said: “Our partnership with Scholle IPN will give hospitals access to aseptic packaging technology.


    The three terms in the title are often used interchangeably, and wrongfully so. Tamper-proof, tamper-resistant and tamper-evident are indicative of three different categories of technology that allow businesses to safeguard their product before it reaches the customer.  

    Let’s go over what exactly can be defined as the above-mentioned technologies to avoid any false expectations.   

  • 5 Tips To Ensure Safety And Efficiency On The Packaging Line

    A safe and efficient packaging line should be the top priority of any manufacturing company as this directly contributes to the productivity and output of the company.  

    Packaging lines have been used by companies for decades. There have always been improvements made as technology improves and new ideas for their efficacy are implemented. One of the measures put in place by some companies was to install epoxy flooring to their packaging line area that can be installed by Epic Epoxy Floors and other similar companies.  

  • 2022: The Road Ahead

    Season's Greetings & Best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year

    Dear Friends,

  • Rondo-Pak Participates in Annual Salvation Army Adopt-A-Family Program

    Camden, NJ company sponsors two local families in need, fulfills holiday wish lists for 10 individuals.

    Camden, NJ – Rondo-Pak, LLC/Contemporary Graphic Solutions, a leading provider of printed components and quality folding cartons for the pharmaceutical, medical device and consumer industries, is proud to have participated again in the Salvation Army’s Annual Adopt-A-Family Program this year at the Kroc Center in Camden, NJ. The program connects impoverished families with individual or group sponsors to provide their tangible needs during the holidays.

  • WWP Beauty Launches New E-Catalog

    WWP Beauty’s e-catalog displays the company’s comprehensive array of stock packaging solutions with a new and fresh approach.

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