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‘Ugly’ produce yields attractive results

Have you ever passed over that imperfect apple, those misshapen bell peppers or “ugly” tomatoes in the grocery store? This is typical behavior... continue reading »

PMMI introduces new educational course on standards development

During PACK EXPO Las Vegas and Healthcare Packaging EXPO last month, PMMI, The Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies released a new ed... continue reading »

Organic food sales should remain elevated

U.S. organic sales soared to new highs in 2020, jumping a record 12.4% to $61.9 billion. This marked the first time that total sales of organic food a... continue reading »

New packaging firm nVenia to exhibit at PACK EXPO for first time

nVenia, a new operating company within Duravant’s Packaging Solutions Segment formed by combining Arpac, Hamer-Fischbein and Ohlson into a single en... continue reading »

Wyzo the sidebot to be introduced at PACK EXPO Las Vegas

Wyzo, the world’s first direct-drive pick-and-place sidebot, will be showcased to the U.S. market for the first time at PACK EXPO Las Vegas. From... continue reading »

Triangle Package Machinery to showcase new VFFS bagger at PACK EXPO

Triangle Package Machinery Company will showcase its new liquid fill vertical form-fill-seal bagger at PACK EXPO Las Vegas, Sept. 27-29.  Designed... continue reading »

PACK EXPO to follow Nevada mask mandate

The state of Nevada recently reinstated its mask mandate for public indoor settings; face coverings are not required outdoors, and there are no capaci... continue reading »

Consumers seeking healthy snacks turn to produce

Healthy food options are reaching the heights where labeling it a fad no longer applies.  Regardless of food type, consumers are the primary drive... continue reading »

PMMI releases packaging and processing automation white paper

Advancements in automation, both machine and software, are moving manufacturing toward a smarter factory. With this expansion comes such challenges... continue reading »

Survey: Majority of packaging, processing professionals feel in-person trade shows essential

A recent poll of packaging and processing professors conducted by PMMI showed nearly nine of 10 respondents feel in-person trade shows are essential f... continue reading »