COVID-19 has changed much in our lives. The ways we work, buy groceries, interact with loved ones, plan for the future, and countless other ‘normal’ aspects are now different.
A water-based polymer makes it possible to create recyclable paper cups with the performance you expect in food service
In the face of staggering food waste statistics, Simon discusses how food and beverage companies can lessen their environmental footprint with sustainable packaging
Q&A: Simon Foster on his email series, Simon Says, and the latest news in printing and packaging
Filter through a line of Joncryl resins and emulsions to optimize your formulations
The role of ink resins add both aesthetics and functional benefits to flexible packaging.
An introductory Q&A with Product Development Scientist Justin Bordley.
Here's what Peter Hayes learned from more than 30 years in the paper coatings and packaging industry
Retiring BASF researcher Peter Hayes reflects on more than two decades of work in the paper coatings industry
Helping Arrowhead Stadium become the first sports venue to sell the pre-packed bags
Your paper coffee cup may seem like it's recyclable, but chances are it's not. It's an issue that paper cup manufacturers have struggled with for decades. Until now
Food packaging demands, water-based inks, FDA clearance, performance hurdles, and the signs of a sustainable future
The drivers accelerating responsible change in the flexible food packaging industry