Concerns about synthetic chemicals in packaging and plastic bottles contaminating food and drink are largely misplaced, scientists have said in response to calls for greater monitoring of the long-term effect on human health.
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Paul Raphaely, co-founder of chic foodie company, NoMU, is putting some of his boundless creative energies into a new mission: promoting SA's packaging design and supply sectors. His vehicle, which includes a website and portal, has the funky name of The Lucky Budgie...
LiquiGlide, the super-slippery lubricant developed by MIT scientists and that makes anything - syrup, ketchup, paint - slide right out of the bottle so not a drop is wasted, created an internet deluge of attention when news of it broke some two years ago. What has happened since and when will it be commercialised?
Demand for active and intelligent packaging is expected to outstrip total packaging demand growth, according to a new study from Freedonia Group. Active and intelligent packaging demand is forecast to expand 8% annually to $3.5 billion in 2017 in the US alone, the research predicts.
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