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As owner, managing director, and c.e.o. of DPH Group in Cologne, Germany, Farhad Pirouz has established a reputation within the packing industry for meeting every packaging need in tea. more

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Packaging supplier Aripack announced a partnership with NEO Plastics a firm that has developed packaging materials designed to convert waste to useful biogas. more

Equipment

Optima has pioneered a vacuum packaging alternative for coffee. The InlineCan, introduced commercially in March by NewCoffee GmbH & Co., is a carton packaging solution that protects aroma and freshness. more

Equipment

Beginning August 30, new California regulations will change the way manufacturers, packagers and retailers must warn consumers about chemicals found in their products as detailed in a state law known as Proposition 65. more

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bunte Kaffeekapseln

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Plastic single-use capsules are not easily recycled, not marine compostable, and definitely not yet green. more

Features

The SV1820 MR vertical bagger by Bosch Packaging is a cost-effective solution ideal for fractioned coffee in pack sizes up to 7 inches (180 mm) due to the extreme small format tube pitch. more

Equipment

McDonald’s, which generates millions of tons of take-away trash daily, boldly declared that by 2025 all of its guest packaging will be sustainable, and that recycling will be universal at its 37,000 locations in 100 countries. more

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Peter Delain has been involved in the packaging industry since 1985. In his role as director of sales for OPTIMA Machinery Corporation, Peter is responsible for primary and secondary packaging equipment. more

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Customers and employees have a keen interest in green packaging and are looking for more from manufacturers. more

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IMA EC24 Optima tea packaging machine

Photo courtesy of IMA Mai S.A.

In a market saturated with specialty tea and coffee, packaging has never been more important. more

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The growth of packaging in landfill environments has become an issue we can no longer ignore.  Once buried in landfills, coffee packaging, aggravates the situation. The only real solution must start there. more

Features

Two California coffee companies have teamed to produce compostable bags and single-serve pods. more

Coffee Report

Single-serve brewers are not disappearing. No matter what you hear this category is solidly entrenched and growing to meet consumer’s expectations for high quality at-home consumption. more

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Drive consumer engagement with the right package. more

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As consumer demand for single-serve coffee products continues to grow, smaller roasters are looking for a way to enter the market. One Italian packaging machine manufacturer believes it has the solution. more

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