Tag: Heinz

HEINZ teams with Pulpex to develop paper-based, renewable and recyclable bottle

HEINZ teams with Pulpex to develop paper-based, renewable and recyclable bottle

May 19, 2022 |

In Pennsylvania, HEINZ is teaming up with Pulpex to develop a paper-based, renewable and recyclable bottle made from 100 percent sustainably sourced wood pulp. Innovating its iconic ketchup bottle, HEINZ is the first sauce brand to test the potential of Pulpex’s sustainable paper bottle packaging for its range of world-famous condiments.  HEINZ and Pulpex are […]

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Algae-based batteries, biodegradable COVID-19 tests, BMW’s biobased coatings, Heinz biobottles, and more: The Digest’s Top 8 Innovations for the week of May 19th

Algae-based batteries, biodegradable COVID-19 tests, BMW’s biobased coatings, Heinz biobottles, and more: The Digest’s Top 8 Innovations for the week of May 19th

May 18, 2022 |

Can you imagine running a computer chip on algae – yes, algae – for more than six months? Apparently, that’s now possible thanks to biochemists at the University of Cambridge who created the biobased battery alternative to power small electronics during their “pandemic project”. And speaking of the pandemic, goodness knows we’ve taken more COVID-19 […]

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Heinz developing paper bottle to “ketchup” with sustainability trends

Heinz developing paper bottle to “ketchup” with sustainability trends

May 16, 2022 |

In Pennsylvania, food giant Kraft Heinz is developing prototype ketchup bottles made of paper in collaboration with Pulpex, the company behind Johnny Walker’s paper-based whiskey pilot in early 2021. The paper bottles will be recyclable and made from sustainably sourced wood pulp.   “Packaging waste is an industrywide challenge that we must all do our part […]

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Ford, Heinz, Nike, Coke, P&G form coalition for 100% bio-based plastics

Ford, Heinz, Nike, Coke, P&G form coalition for 100% bio-based plastics

June 7, 2012 |

In Georgia, five major American brands have formed a coalition to accelerate development and use of plant-based plastic. Coca-Cola Co., Ford Motor Co., H.J. Heinz Co., Nike Inc., and Procter & Gamble Co. announced their commitment to developing a commercially viable, sustainably sourced plastic made entirely from plant materials while reducing the use of fossil […]

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