Mondi is supplying a range of recyclable mono-material pet food packaging for Hau-Hau Champion, one of Finland’s most recognised brands in the premium dog food segment.
Mondi has added to its range of sustainable premium food and pet food packaging solutions with the launch of RetortPouch Recyclable.
With a shared goal of creating a sustainable self-adhesive labeling industry, more than 30 companies from around the world today announced the creation of a new Consortium, CELAB: Toward a Circular Economy for Labels.
for pet food packaging based on certified circular polypropylene
Wipak announces participation in AIM's HolyGrail 2.0 cross-value chain initiative to drive circular economy goals
Mondi has joined forces with AIM and other partners across the value chain to prove the viability of digital watermarking for sorting waste at scale.
• New flavours of zooplus’ premium pet food brand ‘Wolf of Wilderness’ to use Mondi’s recyclable, sustainable packaging • Mono-material constructions provide vital barrier properties & aesthetics • Sustainable flexible packaging suitable for European e-commerce
100 percent of Purina U.S. pet care factories and Headquarters now zero waste for disposal
Recycling of steel packaging in Europe has hit a new all-time high of 82.5%, according to figures issued by APEAL, the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging.
Mondi’s new all-PE recyclable packaging earns green certification by Institute cyclos-HTP – BarrierPack Recyclable is used by Dutch pet food producer Yarrah for its organic Yarrah and DANO pet food brands, and UK supermarket chain Tesco for its own-brand dishwasher tablets
Mondi, global leader in innovative and sustainable packaging and paper solutions, has committed to join the 4evergreen alliance founded by CEPI, the pan-European association representing the forest fibre and paper industry.
A colorful future is in reach for biodegradable plastics.
Creating flexible packaging from virgin grade material derived from plastic waste is now taking a step towards reality in a pilot project called ChemCycling
A conversation with Alexis Van Maercke, Secretary General, APEAL, the Association of European Producers of Steel for Packaging, Brussels (Belgium)