Tag: reseal-it

4 Reasons for Reseal-it – Reason 1: It keeps food fresh

Resealable packaging solutions have a wide range of benefits and are known for ensuring product safety and keeping food fresher for longer. As resealable packaging grows within the food sector, we explore the various benefits it can provide: Food Safety Concerns A recent study by IDG research has forecasted the food-to-go market in the UK to ...
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Macfarlane Group Publishes its Interim Management Statement

Macfarlane Group PLC today provides an update on trading for the period from 30 June 2019 to 31 October 2019. Sales revenue has grown by 4% in the year to date and Group profit before tax is ahead of the corresponding period in 2018. Sales revenue has continued to be impacted by the UK’s well-publicised weaker demand and by price deflation. ...
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Why resealable packaging will be one of the key trends for 2018?

Mintel, the world’s leading market intelligence agency, has recently published five global packaging trends for 2018. These include the growing role of packaging in reducing food and product waste, the importance of clear on-pack messaging and the need to provide customers with an enhanced eCommerce experience. We would like to add one ...
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Resealable food packs: Why customers love them!

Did you know packaging can affect the way customers determine how fresh your products are? According to Mintel’s Food Packaging Trends: Spotlight on Food Labelling report, 64% of grocery customers in the USA pick food based on the fact that it is fresh and often judge product freshness by the quality of its packaging.* is one of the ...
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Reducing food waste: How packaging can help

Did you know Glasgow households waste 41,000 tonnes of food - the equivalent to throwing away around 90 million meals each year? reports the average Glasgow household bins around 7,900 tonnes of fresh vegetables and salad and 2,500 tonnes of meat each year. The city also throws away over 236,000 slices of bread a year and wastes 9,852 eggs ...
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Resealability in the food industry

Packaging plays an important role in the food industry. Not only does it protect products from spillage and damage throughout the supply chain, but it can also affect the way customers perceive your products. With so many similar products available on the market, innovative packaging designs help to attract customers’ attention and ...
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How resealable packaging influences consumer perception of food freshness

Product freshness alongside its quality are important factors that may influence customers’ buying decisions. According to a recent report by Mintel Group Ltd, 57% of US shoppers evaluate product freshness by its appearance, whereas 72% rely on on-pack information such as the expiry date. Packaging plays a key role in keeping products in ...
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5 ways to make your products stand out from the crowd

With an increase in the number of items being available on the shelves, your products need to stand out from the crowd more than ever before. This is where effective labels and packaging come into play. Here are five things you can do to ensure your products get noticed in a busy retail environment. 1. Invest in creative ...
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How resealable packaging can help to protect the environment?

Food waste affects our environment in many ways. We may not think about this but water, energy and fuel used in manufacturing and cooking food produce harmful greenhouse gases, contributing to global warming and climate change. In addition, some products that get lost or damaged during transportation and storage may leak and pollute the ...
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Re-sealable packaging in the beauty and personal care industry

Re-sealable packaging is most commonly used for food products, but the manufacturers of other industries also appreciate the benefits of this innovative technology.  are widely used in the beauty and personal care industries for items such as facial wipes, baby wipes, tissues and feminine hygiene products. Special designs help to retain ...
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