Let’s face it: the world of pharma has made huge progress in the last few years. Just think of the great effort made globally to mitigate the Covid-19 health emergency. However, despite these progress, there is no real interest in the evolution and research of pharmaceutical packaging that meets patient needs. It is true that […]
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Summer is over and we are getting ready for a new routine: a new school year is just around the corner and companies -alternately with smart working – are getting ready to welcome their employees back to the office. In this hesitant effort to start a new daily routine, there are many challenges facing companies.
First aid kit is essential during summer and on holiday, and you know what can’ t be missing? Tubes of insect repellent cream or after-bite ointments. Ointments against sunburn and irritation caused by mosquitoes, bees or jellyfish stings, which you can take with you when you go on holiday either to the sea or to
Sunscreen is the product that should be in every holiday beauty kit. Contrary to popular belief, it should not only be applied when sunbathing on the beach, but also throughout the whole year. Not only it protect the skin from premature ageing due to UV exposure, but it also prevents dangerous skin diseases, hyperpigmentation and
Within the packaging industry there is turmoil about issues such as sustainability and respect for the environment. The debate around aluminum food packaging is back in the spotlight just a few weeks after the EU Directive 2019/904 of 5th June 2019 came into effect. If the ban for single-use plastics has finally become a reality
After the pandemic’s isolation at home, many people now feel the need to spend more time outdoors, choosing the picnic as a time of leisure with family and friends. A moment of sharing and sociability where even the ritual of food is the protagonist. And when preparing the traditional picnic basket, aluminium tubes are a
Here we go: EU Directive 2019/904 of 5 June 2019 – also known as Single Use Plastic (SUP) – came into force a few days ago. Its aim is to reduce or ban the production (and therefore the sale) of the 10 most frequently found single-use plastic products on European beaches and seas. The ban, however, covers a limited range of products, i.e. those that offer a sustainable alternative on the market: plates and cups, straws, cocktail stirrers, cotton swabs, polystyrene food and drink containers. Manufacturers are asked to invest – and quickly – in alternatives to single-use plastics that not only meet sustainability requirements but also satisfy an increasingly aware consumer with new needs. Fighting useless plastics, not manufacturers. The EU’s SUP Directive has caused some controversy. Packaging and disposable product manufacturers have voiced their disapproval: the ban would mean a huge number of lost jobs. This directive would also apply to products made from a mix of different materials, such as paper cups with thin plastic coatings. And manufacturers are now in turmoil. However,