Danfoss Unveils Asia Pacific’s First Sustainability Technology Center to Accelerate Decarbonisation Efforts

Danfoss Unveils Asia Pacific’s First Sustainability Technology Center in Singapore to Accelerate Decarbonisation Efforts Regionally   Danish multinational engineering group, Danfoss, has unveiled Asia Pacific’s first Sustainability Technology Center (STC) in Singapore on 29 January 2024 at the Nordic European Center, International Business Park, Singapore.   Supported by the Singapore…

Krones: Lightweight But With a Substantial Effect

Krones: Lightweight But With a Substantial Effect Krones wins German Packaging Prize in the “Sustainability” category; the jury gave the accolade to the ShoulderFlex bottle weighing a mere 5.9 grams   5.9 grams — The extremely low weight of the ShoulderFlex bottle was the deciding factor for this year’s jury…

Edible Packaging — Cups You Can Eat

What if you could snack on your coffee cup after having your caffeine fix instead of tossing it into the bin? This is edible packaging, and it takes sustainability to a whole new level.   Before this, paper cups were deemed the most environmentally friendly material from which to drink…

The Paris Agreement & What It Means for the Food Industry

By Audrey Yow What Is the Paris Agreement? The Paris Agreement is a legally binding international treaty on climate change. It was adopted by 196 Parties (nations that signed the Agreement) at the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21) in Paris on 12 December 2021. By the time it entered…

Sustainability in the International Supply Chain

If the food industry took sustainability more seriously, the world would be much healthier. Ourworldindata.org revealed that 26% of greenhouse gas emissions come from food production. Consumer and supply chain food waste, specifically, accounts for 6%.    Of course, each of us has an individual responsibility to secure the health…

Sustainability at the Core

How can F&B firms successfully and meaningfully weave sustainability into the core of their operations without compromising on their bottom line? Insights from Marcel Koks, Industry & Solution Strategy Director, Food & Beverage, Infor.   The past two years have seen a spike in consumer interest and concern for responsible…

Sealed Air: The Future Of Packaging Is Here

The future of packaging entails designing for sustainability, manufacturing efficiency and for a smarter consumer experience. By Alessandra Faccin, President of Sealed Air Asia Pacific.   The pandemic has forever changed consumers’ relationship with food. How food is bought, cooked, and eaten, how food contributes to physical and mental wellbeing have…

How Active And Intelligent Packaging Addresses Food Supply Shortages

Packaging can be a massive roadblock that prevents distribution networks from operating at full capacity. Interestingly, active and intelligent packaging may offer some solutions when it comes to addressing Asia-Pacific food supply shortages. By Sam Bowman, food industry writer.   The world is in the midst of an unprecedented food…
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