1. How is a roll-on deodorant made?

    The roll-on deodorant was invented in the late 40’s in the United States; the intuition came to Helen Barnett Diserens, director of Brystol Myers Cosmetics Division while observing an invention which, at that time, was revolutionizing the handwriting: the ballpoint pen, wherein the ink flew down perfectly dosed while rolling...
  2. China: enhanced carton packaging preserves freshness

    In China, a continuous cold chain (transport) system is not always available. This can affect fresh produce quality. Recently, a Chinese packaging company has launched a solution that should mitigate insufficient temperature control. Bao Xin Trading has designed a carton box with improved pressure and moisture control, which enhances its...
  3. Packaging Bill Could Mean New Tax on Consumers

    “As the packaging task force begins its work, it is critical to recognize the economics of the current recycling climate rather than immediately adopt policies that create a new tax on consumers” say Allison Schumacher, director of environmental policy and sustainability at the Consumer Technology Association. “In this difficult global...
  4. Hawkers discouraged from using disposable utensils packaging

    While the authorities are looking into ways to discourage the use of disposable tableware made of polystyrene foam in hawker centres, this will have to be weighed against “practical challenges”, said Dr Amy Khor, Senior Minister of State for Environment and Water Resources. Dr Khor told Parliament that these practical...
  5. Cupcake Makers to Fly the Flag this Summer

    “With The Queen’s official 90th Birthday celebrations, the Euro 2016 football championship and the Rio Olympic Games all rapidly approaching we hope that bakers, cake makers, coffee shop owners and retailers will get into the spirit of the exciting summer ahead in the way they did four years ago,” explained...

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