Protecting Food - how we do it

Our packaging protects food without the need for preservatives or refrigeration, saving energy, and helping make safe, nutritious and flavoursome products available to more of the world’s rapidly growing population. Our solutions also help to prevent food loss and waste across the value chain, from the efficiency of our processing equipment in production, to the right-sizing and functionality of our packaging at consumption.

Furthermore, by working to build sustainable value chains, such as through our participation in school feeding programmes and Dairy Hubs, we are helping to end hunger, achieve food security, improve nutrition, and promote sustainable agriculture and production.



Food safety

Consumers rightly expect food to be safe. For our customers, that means being in full control of production, from the sourcing of raw materials to the retailer’s shelf.

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Food quality

Today’s consumer expects food to be consistent in taste, colour, texture and nutritional value. Our packages are designed to protect and preserve food - without the need for preservatives - to meet these expectations.

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Food availability

We believe the most effective way to tackle the global food security and nutrition challenge is to build sustainable food value chains.


Smart cartons

Harnessing digital opportunities

Digitalisation and connectivity are changing the food and beverage industry as we know it. They offer unprecedented opportunities to increase food safety and quality, as well as production flexibility and efficiency.

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School milk in Sri Lanka

A new school milk programme in Sri Lanka is tackling child malnutrition and providing environmental education, at the same time as promoting growth in the local dairy sector.

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Supporting dairy development in Uganda

A new initiative is providing hands-on technical support to the newly established Pearl Dairy Farmers Community, helping 1,000 commercial dairy farmers in south-west Uganda.