In this issue

In this issue of Inside Packaging, we find out how container films are having to rapidly innovate to provide environmentally friendly alternatives, examine the state of robotics in food and beverage packing, and explore the growth of the aseptic packaging sector on the back of healthcare demands.

We also talk to Teysha Technologies about its tuneable bioplastics, discover how packaging can help snack products stand out in a crowded market, and learn about a new plastic lid that is more easily detected by recycling systems.

Plus, we look into the increased activism of younger consumers when it comes to environmental concerns, ask if packaged beverage makers can break their addiction to plastic, and profile a lipstick using recycled cork and grass in its packaging.

Callum Tyndall, editor