These pictures were taken in convenience stores in Florida and the Midwest. There are 4 packages from PSF in each picture. Hint – they are the ones that don’t look like all the others. Two are obvious; two are a bit more subtle, but all stand apart from the crowd!
Sustainability is becoming increasingly important to brand owners, including those in the flexible packaging space.
New Forming die for the M855 – for protein snack sticks!
This is early into the rebuild. Nick removed all components out of the machine aside from the lifting station to clean and remove old grease and rust from the interior. The video shows Nick cleaning the forming station area. Read More»
WASHINGTON — The situation with red meat and poultry is rapidly evolving, not unlike most other food and non-food sectors grappling with the unknown amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While a bit late to the food “panic” race, fears of meat shortages are no less real than those of flour, sugar, pasta and other staples seen earlier in the shelter-at-home period, most of which appear to be stabilizing.
“Sustainability has become one of the biggest issues in food and beverage today—and packaging is a key component of the move toward sustainable business practices,” states the 2020 Sustainable Packaging Report from Winsight Grocery.
This is an emerging, rapidly evolving situation and AAMP will provide updated information as it becomes available, in addition to updated guidance. The safety and well-being of our members is our top priority.
As of today, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC),