Tetra Pak introduces 14 new best practice lines to bolster production of high quality cheese

SWITZERLAND – Swedish-Swiss multinational food packaging and processing company, Tetra Pak has announced 14 new Best Practice Lines (BPLs) for cheese manufacturers in an effort to bolster sustainable production of high-quality cheeses. Cheeses that will benefit from the new BPLs include Mozzarella, Semi-hard cheese, Cheddar, Fresh cheese production, and Cottage Cheese. Together, these cheese types make up 79% of all cheese volumes and have a CAGR forecast of 3% (2021-2025), according to Tetra Pak. “The processing lines utilise proven equipment combined with industry-leading expertise to create a safe and easy…

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Tetra Pak debuts plant-based tethered cap solutions to help consumers reduce environmental waste

SWEDEN – Swedish-Swiss multinational food packaging and processing company Tetra Pak has said that it is ready to deploy its portfolio of tethered cap solutions, which will minimize litter as the cap will stay attached to the package. The company further noted that the tethered caps are planned to become available as a plant-based option, therefore increasing the renewable content of the package and cutting down on its carbon footprint.  Tetra Pak said it is also accelerating the expansion of its paper straws offering to ensure more renewable and low…

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Tetra Pak partners Rockwell Automation to improve quality consistency in cheese and powder solutions

SWITZERLAND – Swedish-Swiss food processing technology company Tetra Pak has partnered with Rockwell Automation to develop technologies aimed at reducing variability and improve quality consistency in cheese and powder solutions. Under the new partnership, Tetrapak and Rockwell will also work to ensure finished products are produced sustainably and cost-effectively within demand-driven manufacturing environments. The collaboration – starting with Evaporation and Spray Drying – has resulted in Tetra Pak’s new Powder Plant Booster™ solution, to be packaged with Rockwell Automation’s Model Predictive Control (MPC) and its Pavilion8® and PlantPAx® MPC technology.…

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Two-thirds of consumers globally believe that food safety is a major issue for society- Tetra Pak

GLOBAL – Food safety is a major issue for society. This is according to a recent study conducted by Tetra Pak, a leading manufacturer of food processing equipment, in partnership with global survey company Ipsos. According to the study, 77% of respondents said that they considered food safety to be a major issue for society and further believed that COVID-19 is a “real threat.” The Tetra Pak research further revealed that health is deeply connected to heightened issues of food safety and hygiene. Two-thirds of consumers sayed that being healthy…

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Nigerian paper milling company Onward partners with Tetra Pak to recycle used beverage cartons as source of raw material

NIGERIA – World’s leading food processing and packaging solutions company Tetra Pak, through its operating unit in West Africa, has signed a recycling agreement with Onward Paper Mill to develop sustainable recycling solutions for Used Beverage Cartons (UBC) in Nigeria. Under the agreement, the Nigerian manufacturer and marketer of paper products, will use recycled beverage cartons as raw material, riding on Tetra Pak’s expertise on collecting and recycling the packages. “We protect our planet by contributing to the circular economy in recycling all packaging materials collected. “Through our efforts, we…

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Collaborative innovation in food packaging industry key in achieving sustainability goals – Tetra Pak

SWITZERLAND – Swedish-Swiss multinational food packaging and processing company Tetra Pak is championing a new partnership ecosystem model where the entire food packaging industry works in close collaboration. Tetra Pak says that the new collaborative innovation model involving leading paperboard producers and other stakeholders in the food industry is aimed at tackling industry’s sustainability challenges. According to a recent research, the global food supply chain system is responsible for 26% of global greenhouse gas emissions with a third of all food lost or wasted somewhere in the supply chain. To…

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Alternative dairy products segment to rise by up to 65% by 2030 – Tetra Pak

GLOBAL – The dairy industry across the World is set to undergo a major transformation by 2030 as dairy alternative products are forecasted to become mainstream in many markets, reducing the consumption of milk derived from cows. A new research by the World’s leading food processing and packaging solutions company Tetra Pak and Lund University, have revealed that the demand for dairy alternatives could increase by 25% to 65% by 2030. “The food & beverage sector will undergo an enormous transformation over the next decade, with the dairy industry feeling…

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Tetra Pak partners with Dabur to launch new low-calorie juice range in new packaging

INDIA – Dabur, Indian consumer good company and makers of Juice brand Real Activ has partnered with packaging solutions firm Tetra Pak, to launch its new low-calorie juice range in a new packaging, Tetra Pak Craft. Tetra Pak Craft gives the package a natural look of bare paperboard with wood fibres and helps food and beverage brands bring out the ‘naturalness’ of their product and gain high on-shelf differentiation. This is the first time that Tetra Pak Craft is being introduced in India, reports ET Retail. “We were looking for the…

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Tetra Pak introduces low energy processing line for juice, nectar and still drinks

SWITZERLAND – Tetra Pak has launched a new, first-of-its-kind low-energy processing line for juice, nectar and still drinks (JNSD), which the food and beverage processing solutions provider said will take beverage processing to a new level of efficiency. Tetra Pak noted that the new processing line comes as a revolutionised process that treats beverages in two separate streams using a combination of pasteurization, filtration, and ultraviolet (UV) technology – which are aseptically blended together into the final beverage. Instead of pasteurizing the whole volume of the product, Tetra Pak explained…

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Tetra Pak ups sustainability goals, commits to net zero emissions

SWITZERLAND – Tetra Pak has reaffirmed its commitment in driving the sustainability transformation and announced a new goal to reach net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in its own operations by 2030. The packaging solutions provider to the food and beverage industry has further unveiled its ambition to achieve net zero GHG emissions for the entire value chain by 2050 while setting emissions reduction targets in line with 1.5°C according to the Science Based Targets (SBT) initiative across scopes 1, 2 and 3. Lars Holmquist, Executive Vice President Packaging Solutions…

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