At the Plangger organic cheese dairy in the Austrian Tyrol region, a Stäubli six-axis robot is busy de-rinding and coating irregularly shaped blocks of cheese, a demanding job that calls for maximum resilience.
When Olé Mexican Foods Inc. first consulted with its former film supplier about printing on the thermoformed package, the supplier declined. But when the Norcoss, Ga.-based company reached out to Sealed Air, the company's graphics and packaging experts sprang into action to make it happen.
Kolkata, India-based ITC Ltd. introduced a new range of milk-based drinks with fruit pieces while expanding its juice portfolio with a variety of premium 100% Indian fruit, 0% concentrate and 0% preservative juices. With both launches, the company trusted Parma, Italy-based Sidel's proven expertise in aseptic packaging.
Behind many of the most well-known private label brands of cheese and cheese products sold in North American supermarkets is one of the continent’s largest cheese maturation and cheese converting processors.
The subsidiary of Optima Packaging Group retrofitted Zott’s machinery to the latest state-of-the-art technology.
June 26, 2020
How do you ensure dairy industry filling systems are ready for the future? Bergen am Chiemsee, Germany-based Maier Packaging, which is a full subsidiary of the Optima Packaging Group GmbH, Schwäbisch Hall, Germany, has been answering this question since 1985.
Steeped in tradition, the dairy manufacturer OLMA a.s., Olomouc, Czech Republic, focuses on variability, hygiene and productivity. Guided by this threefold formula, the company has been operating on the Czech market for 50 years with great success and is one of the top three dairy companies in the country.
Whey protein powder is extremely popular among athletes, bodybuilders and fitness models due to its high digestibility and muscle-supporting benefits. Additionally, whey helps to prevent weight gain, improve bone health and lower blood pressure.
We've all heard the "it pays for itself" sales pitch in one form or another and, understandably, it tends to raise a skeptical eyebrow. It's an overused cliché uttered by salespeople who have an obvious ulterior motive: selling you stuff.