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Reseal-it® by Macfarlane Labels attends PACE Americas 2016

Macfarlane Labels are attending the Packaging & Converting Executive Forum (PACE) Americas next month. The leading packaging experts, supply chain professionals and insight directors are gathering together in Chicago, USA on the 8th and 9th June to discuss key trends and innovations within the Packaging Industry. This year’s event will ...
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Is re-sealable technology winning over packaging phobic consumers

Let’s face it, outside its dedicated media, packaging rarely gets a good press. At best, packaging is taken for granted, its role often misunderstood.  One problem is, it’s invisible – until it becomes waste! Then we see it everywhere, it litters our streets, our hedgerows and our beaches. It’s an emotive subject, attracting ...
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Reseal-it® helping foods stay fresher and tastier longer

Recent years have seen the rapid growth of re-sealable flexible packaging, representing a resounding ‘thumbs up’ from a consumer base not known for its love of packaging per se. Changing demographics – an ageing population, increased student numbers and people living alone – have helped to influence the way products are packaged. As ...
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How is packaging driving brand preference?

Brand owners from world leading FMCG manufacturers gathered at the Packaging and Converting Executive Forum (PACE) in Brussels earlier this year. Angela Campbell, Resealable Labels Director, led a Roundtable event to understand the impact and importance of easy open packaging for customers of FMCG products. A group of packaging decision ...
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A one day increase in product life can significantly reduce food waste

Nearly 15 million tonnes of food is wasted in the UK every year and almost half of it comes from our households. A recent  from WRAP has revealed that increasing product life by one day could save 250,000 tonnes of waste a year. Most often people get rid of food because they cooked too much or were not able to use it in time. has ...
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