If you spend most of your time in the grocery store and other stores meandering about the aisles, taking close note of the packaging—the endless rows of beautifully designed beer bottle labels are my personal favorite—then you might be a packaging snob. And, you might just be a great candidate for a job in consumer packaging.
Our client is a family-owned global food company defined by innovation and an unparalleled commitment to treating its customers, associates, and communities like family. They have a new opportunity for a Packaging Engineer II.
You wash your produce as soon as you bring it home from the grocery store—and if you don’t, get in the habit—but a quick cleanse under cool water won’t protect you from everything an apple or zucchini squash encounters from farm to table. And that’s why scientists from the Agricultural Research Service are working to develop a new packaging—that will contain chlorine dioxide—to make our produce even safer.
A Brazilian company is developing a new type of packaging that will provide a visual representation of freshness in the store aisle
Global Markets for Food Processing and Food Packaging Equipment expected to reach nearly $31.5 billion by 2020
The food processing and packaging market is growing at a moderate rate. Food processing and packaging companies use a wide variety of machines and equipment.
The global market for food processing and packaging is driven by increased awareness and availability of international food processing technology rising demand for quality products and the need to match expectations of consumers, both locally and globally. BCC Research’s aim in conducting this study is to measure and forecast the overall market and all important segments, and to provide an overview of the current and future characteristics of the global market.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rejected a petition Thursday to ban perchlorate from our food, a chemical known to impair brain development in infants.