The move advances the company goal to design 100% of packaging to be recyclable, compostable, biodegradable or reusable across portfolio by 2025
September 23, 2021
The compostable bags are currently available at Whole Foods Market and select retailers starting this month and are an example of PepsiCo's investments in breakthrough food packaging technology and the overall pep+ transformation.
List of investors includes award-winning actors, musicians, athletes and entrepreneurs
April 5, 2021
ZenWTR®, a premium alkaline water packaged in a bottle made from 100% recycled, certified ocean-bound plastic, celebrates Earth Month with the announcement of a star-studded backing. As sustainability becomes a mainstream desire now more than ever, these names are putting a stake in ZenWTR's mission to help restore the world's oceans and reduce the amount of plastic polluting coastal environments.
Innovative partnership puts Mars Wrigley in line with the sustainable packaging movement with eco-friendly technology made from nature that biodegrades in soil and oceans
March 23, 2021
Mars Wrigley and Danimer Scientific, a developer and manufacturer of biodegradable materials, announced a two-year partnership to develop an innovative home compostable packaging for a more sustainable planet.
Post-COVID-19, consumers will gravitate towards trusted brands that remind them they're part of something bigger and provide a sense of community. Likewise, expect consumers also to respond to messaging that highlights key themes of comfort, safety, stability and practicality.
Cross-portfolio innovations address plastic waste crisis, mark milestone in World Without Waste goals
February 12, 2021
The Coca-Cola Company announced in the United States the introduction of a new 13.2oz bottle made from 100% recycled plastic material (rPET)*. This new bottle will be available first in the company’s biggest and most iconic brand: Coca-Cola®.
The packaging innovation, a first for the Kraft Mac & Cheese brand, is expected to be in market later this year
January 15, 2021
Kraft Mac & Cheese announced it is developing and testing the brand’s first-ever recyclable fiber-based microwavable cup. Upon testing completion, the brand will launch a new Kraft Mac & Cheese Shapes variety later in 2021 using the new cup and design.
Ventiv Design has developed cannabis packaging with sustainably sourced materials that are difficult to imitate, such as the Slider Box, made with hemp paper, and the Pinch Pump, made with post-consumer recycled plastic.