Tag "újrahasznosítható csomagolás"

Norma: Six tonnes less plastic waste, thanks to new herb packaging

German discounter Norma can save six tonnes of raw material a year with the launch of a range of organic herbs in pots, made from 100% recycled material. Following increasing...

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Pre-packaged Tesco fruit and vegetables in recycled packaging

Tesco’s private label (PL) fruit and vegetable selection is now available in 100% recycled packaging. This move is in line with Tesco’s 4R (remove, reduce, reuse, recycle) strategy, and is...

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Zewa Magical Winter Limited Edition

Zewa launches its limited edition product group this year too, with a new winter design. 3-ply 8- and 16-roll toilet paper, 42-piece moist toilet tissue, 3-ply 90-piece and 10×10 piece...

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Mondelēz puts private label products in recyclable packaging

From August 2021 Mondelēz’s Dairylea (the leading processed cheese brand in the UK) and Philadelphia (the leading soft cheese brand in the UK and Ireland) products are marketed in recyclable...

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La Molisana introduces recyclable packaging

Italian pasta maker La Molisana has introduced new recyclable paper packaging, sourced from responsibly managed and FSC certified forests. This move will help the company to reduce plastic production considerably,...

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Online shopping, logistics and sustainability efforts on ALDI’s agenda

In 2020 ALDI built a new cold storage warehouse in Biatorbágy, made products available online in Budapest and created nearly 500 new jobs. Our magazine interviewed managing director Bernhard Haider....

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What kind of e-commerce packaging do shoppers want?

DS Smith has commissioned Ipsos MORI to do a survey on how the Covid situation changed consumer attitude towards packaging. It was revealed that there is still great demand for...

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Rice smoothie

Ricely is a rice-based fruit smoothie that is 100-percent gluten- and additive-free. Ricely is available in four fruit flavour combinations, in recyclable packaging. If you would like to learn more...

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XIXO is preparing for the end of the year with new innovations

Hungarian fizzy drink and ice tea brand XIXO is treating quality soft drink lovers to new innovations in the last months of the year as well. In the ice tea...

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Lidl keeps cutting down on plastic use

As a responsible company, Lidl Hungary has set the goal of reducing plastic use by 20 percent until 2025. They also made a pledge to market 100 percent of private...

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Pringles chips in new recyclable paper packaging

With the intent to accomplish its pledge to favour reusable 100 per cent recyclable/compostable packaging by the end of 2025, Pringles has unveiled a new, recyclable paper tube. It is...

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More green and health-conscious measures from ALDI

By 2025 ALDI will only use 100-percent recyclable packaging with private label products. ALDI continues to cut down on its plastic use: after stopping to sell single-use plastics such as...

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(HU) Végre műanyagmentesen!

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Fitt menu launched

In the first quarter of 2019 public sector catering company GasztVitál launched the whole-day healthy menu delivery service GasztVitál Fitt. The all-day menu and the Fitt lunch can help consumers...

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NESQUIK cocoa powder launched in recyclable packaging

On 4 March Nestlé announced the launch of cocoa powder NESQUIK All Natural, which only contains five natural ingredients. What is more, the product – that is made in Szerencs...

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Nesquik in recycled paper packaging to be produced in Szerencs

Nestlé announced the launch of Nesquik All Natural, new chocolate that is produced with 100% natural ingredients and will reach consumers in recyclable packaging. This product has already been launched...

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Nestlé aiming at 100% recyclable or reusable packaging by 2025

Nestlé today announced its ambition to make 100% of its packaging recyclable or re-usable by 2025. Its vision is that none of its packaging, including plastics, ends up in landfill...

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