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Nestlé Launches YES Snack Bars in Recyclable Paper Wrapper

The paper wrapper is a further step in Nestlé’s commitment to make all its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025. July 11, 2019 Nestlé has announced the launch of its YES! snack bars in a new recyclable paper wrapper. In a breakthrough innovation, for the first time a confectionery bar...

ITC-PSPD: Combating Fiber Deficiency the Cost-Competitive Way

Manik Seth
India is deficient in overall fiber availability, not to say wood-based fiber; the way forward is to layout carefully a long-term wood-fiber strategy with a serious focus on indigenous social-farm-forestry, cutting down the need of importing fiber permanently. The Indian pulp and paper industry has long been grappling with raw...

Century Pulp and Paper: All in the Name of Paper

Manik Seth
Century Pulp and Paper, with a production volume of 0.5 million tonne, has been conspicuous by its growth in every segment it operates in. . . . Hailing from the cluster of B.K.Birla Group of Companies, Century has been running a legacy of manufacturing of various types of papers and...

Industry’s First Carton Made Entirely From Renewable Packaging Materials

Manik Seth
October 16, 2014 Tetra Pak launched the industry’s first carton made entirely from plant based, renewable packaging materials. The new Tetra Rex® carton is the first of its kind to have bio-based low-density polyethylene (LDPE) films and bio-based high-density polyethylene (HDPE) caps, both derived from sugar cane, in addition to...

Tetra Pak achieves milestone towards goal of 100% renewable packaging

Manik Seth
30 July, 2011 Tetra Pak achieves a significant milestone towards its goal of producing 100% renewable packaging with Nestle Brazil’s launch of two popular milks brands in carton packaging featuring caps made with green polyethylene (PE). The first ever use of plant-based polyethylene in carton packaging further strengthens Tetra Pak’s...
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