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Food Protection
19 May 2016

Food safety: Think ahead to prevent falling behind

Food recalls add up—costing businesses about $20 billion each year in the U.S. alone, points out the Wipro consultancy. Account for lost sales, potential health risks, exposure to litigation and damage to a company’s reputation, and it becomes clear that stepping up food safety is critical.
Growth
18 May 2016

Maximizing Profitability: A Unique Perspective in Asset Management

In part three of the Tetra Pak 'Insight to Asset Management' video series, Tetra Pak experts offer a unique perspective in the field of asset management to help manufacturers take control of their business and unlock greater value.
 
Growth
09 May 2016

Utilizing Asset Management to Improve Operations

In part two of the ‘Tetra Pak Insight to Asset Management’ video series, industry experts explain how to utilize asset management to improve operations, providing the framework to be competitive within the industry.
Innovation
22 April 2016

Why 2016 could be the year of bio-based packaging

Consumers around the world are taking an active interest in sustainable living. Going beyond the simple understanding for the need to recycle products after consumption, they are beginning to understand that their purchases make an impact and they expect companies to play a critical role in helping address their environmental concerns. 
Sustainability
21 April 2016

Earth Day – A Time to Reflect and Recommit

For Earth Day, Carton Council reflects on the progress our industry has made around carton recycling.
Sustainability
13 April 2016

Listen up! Recycling can’t support a circular economy alone

The population is growing, resources are dwindling, and packaged goods consumption is skyrocketing around the world. If we continue along at this pace, we may be faced with the impacts of resource scarcity such as raw materials supply instability and price volatility. To tackle these challenges, many businesses are making proactive strides to a circular economy that would keep resources in use for as long as possible.