Stop Food Waste Day was just last Wednesday. But, it should be All YEAR! See what food-saving packaging solutions link with Consumer Willingness2Pay to drive Brand sales. Our Save Food Blueprint Design provides you a "how-to" guide to gain loyal consumers and SaveFood. Learn more>
Packaging solutions to stall oxidation of unsaturated fats continue to intrigue! Here is an overview. Thank you to Yanyun Zhao at OSU, Jim Kolmus at BW Flexible Systems and Mike McCann at Reiser for your thoughts.
Join me 9-11EST in this upcoming session exploring a range of panelists experiences as they relate to circular and financially feasible solutions in the manufacturing of bioproducts, in tackling food losses and waste, in promoting regenerative food production ecosystems, and other related topics.
May 27, 2021 - Ripe for Redesign: Better Packaging to Reduce Food Waste
The SPC Food Waste Repackaged Learning Series Virtual Event is a Sustainable Packaging Coalition project that will run throughout 2021. The program will boast Learning Series webinars, an Innovation Challenge, a Mentorship Program, and a Showcase event. I'll be speaking about how everyday packaging be better designed to reduce food waste in retail settings and consumers' homes. We will reveal opportunities to align packaging design with how consumers use products, add useful features, and provide information to help prevent food waste.
The AACT National Seminar conference is held annually during the fall to roughly 300 technologists in the sweet goods industry. The conference is comprised of non-commercial seminar presentations, round table discussions, and social gatherings including the infamous Iron Confectioner competition. Presentations range from basics to innovations, providing the industry with practical information to help in understanding processes and ingredients used by their companies.
October 10-12, 2021 - Antimicrobial packaging and a more sustainable food system - how Antimicrobial packaging is succeeding in food waste prevention
Antimicrobial packaging technology is increasingly being applied to increase food shelf life within packaged foods. This increase in shelf life results in less food loss and waste from growers to consumers. Antimicrobial packaging technology is applied to the packaging that is in direct contact with food or as an edible coating. Thus, it does not increase the amount of packaging and needs to be compliant with the FDA and other global Directives. Case studies on its use with specific pathogens and molds will be highlighted.
As food price increase, consumers value food with an extended shelf life. By adding value with processing and packaging PTR screens and helps implement technologies to extend food shelf life. Recently, we identified optimal patentable package innovations for one of the world's leading specialty chemical companies to bring added shelf life. https://lnkd.in/edzPv_B