Tag: resealable technology

Resealable food packs – Meeting the growing customer demands

The demand for resealable technology is growing, especially in markets such as pre-sliced ham and cheese. A recent study from Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) found that re-closable packs are one of the most desired food packaging innovations by customers. When given the choice between two cheese products – one with ...
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Enhancing ‘on-the-go’ experience with resealable technology

Busy lifestyles have great impact on the way we eat, with portable snacks offering a convenient option when travelling or needing quick food. Foods that can be easily accessed “on-the-go” are in high demand particularly amongst young people, and can influence their expectations towards packaging. According to Mintel, 55% of 16 - 24 year ...
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5 reasons to choose resealable packaging

Resealable packs are becoming increasing popular among FMCG manufacturers. Below are five reasons why you should consider switching to resealable technology. 1. Food hygiene Frequent opening of food products exposes them to air and reduces the time in which they can be safely consumed. can be opened and re-closed many times, keeping ...
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Functionality as a point of difference

Ken Adams and Wim Brunsting from are attending the PACE Europe conference tomorrow to talk about the functionality of resealable solutions. Here are some of the key points they will address. 1. How easy to open packaging is driving consumer preference Our population is getting older. Currently, more than 10 million people in the UK are ...
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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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Re-sealable food packs - what consumers want from them

The whole raison d’être of packaging is to keep products in prime condition until they reach their destination, or until they are consumed or used. It’s this last point where the effectiveness of re-sealable packaging technologies can be measured and compared. In a world where there is a widespread aversion to perceived over-packaging, ...
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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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