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Mucci recieves Fresh Summit sustainable packaging award

Kingsville, Ontario-based Mucci Farms received Most Sustainable Packaging honors for its Simple Snack lineup at the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit in Anaheim, Calif., Oct. 17-19.

Jasa packaging equipment takes plastic out of the picture

Jasa Packaging Solutions, The Netherlands, has seen plastic-free packaging growing as a trend in Europe, and now it's happening in the U.S.

Smurfit Kappa debuts paper-based packaging for mangoes at PMA

Smurfit Kappa worked with the National Mango board and growers, shippers and retailer to create paper-based packaging suitable for the fruit, and it will be unveiled at the PMA’s Fresh Summit.

Thomas Fresh brings back pink packages for onions

Thomas Fresh, Calgary, Alberta, is bringing back pink packaging on onions to raise awareness of breast cancer.

Bunzl Ag’s eco-friendly packaging on display at PMA

The Bunzl Agriculture Group, Oxnard, Calif., is introducing a line of eco-packaging Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit expo.

Curation unveils new Eat Smart salad packaging at Fresh Summit

Curation Foods is unveiling a new look for its Eat Smart brand at the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit expo.

Tosca to acquire Polymer Logistics, uniting RPC suppliers

Tosca, a company specializing in reusable packaging and supply chain solutions, has agreed to acquire Polymer Logistics, which offers reusable plastic containers and retail merchandising systems.

Arrowfarms releases sustainability report

Arrowfarms along with Gold Bell, DiSilva Fruit and Morning Kiss Organic have detailed their charitable donations and sustainability initiatives in a new a report.

Terphane talks sustainability at Fresh Summit expo

Polyester film company Terphane, Bloomfield, N.Y., is showcasing the consumer appeal, shelf life enhancement and sustainability benefits of its products at the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit.

Oppy adds How2Recycle label program

The Oppenheimer Group has joined more than 175 brand owners and retailers in the How2Recycle label program for their products.