Fresher Thinking to Reduce Food Waste – ‘New’ RAP White Paper

RAP has developed new guidance to help the grocery supply chain meet targets recently announced under the Courtauld Commitment 3. Our White Paper, ‘Packaging the Future’, offers retailers, brands and manufacturers valuable insights into how they can use innovative packaging solutions to extend shelf life and reduce food waste.

We believe the Commitment presents an ideal opportunity to stimulate further packaging innovation in the food and drink industry and the wider grocery supply chain. Packaging plays a critical role in helping signatories meet their targets and we know game-changing solutions will mean companies are able to deliver sustainability, while driving sales to bolster and boost the bottom line.

‘Packaging the Future’ offers insight on how technology and fresh thinking can be harnessed to cut food waste and extend food shelf life – this includes RAP’s Modified Atmosphere (MA) Carton Sandwich Wedges. The White Paper also contains case studies of companies making a sustainable change and places resealing firmly on the agenda, as an effective method of protecting and prolonging product freshness.

To download the White Paper click here

November 8, 2018

AgriRap wins Best New Concept Award at UK Packaging Awards

One of RAP’s latest innovative packaging products AgriRap – a plastic-free sandwich wedge – has received the Best New Concept Award at this year’s UK Packaging Awards. The award ceremony was organised by Packaging News and took place on Tuesday 30th October, at Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London. The judges of the category said that… Read more »

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October 3, 2018

MA RapTray awarded for ‘Innovative Material’ category at the European Carton Excellence Awards

RAP has won a European Carton Excellence Award in the ‘Innovative Material’ category for its RapTray. The awards, set up over 20 years ago, showcased the most innovative carton board products both in terms of sustainability and branding opportunities. The use of Modified Atmosphere (MA) technology in RAP’s RapTray gained the plaudits, with judges commenting on its… Read more »

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