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Bosch: Biscuit makers face production challenges in portion control packs

Biscuits are the second fastest growing category in flexible plastics.

Flexible packaging, sufficient product protection, gentle packaging processes for crackers and cookies, are just some of the concerns manufacturers face, according to Bosch Packaging Technology.

Angelic van der Rijken, product manager, GEA Aquarius lollipop equipment.

GEA sees rise in label-on-a-stick lollipops

The GEA Imaforni tunnel oven for cookies. Picture: GEA.

GEA debuts Comas and Imaforni processing lines

Jürgen Schischko, technical service director, Treofan.

Treofan turns to phthalate-free packaging films and mineral oil barriers

Bettina Haidvogl, marketing specialist, consumer goods packaging, Mondi.

‘Cows head’ sliced cheese packs, small pouch formats and paper packaging take centre stage at Mondi

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Food Starter helps entrepreneurs break into the competitive food and beverage industry

Marcia Pires, polymer science researcher, Braskem.

Braskem packaging changes color if a product is unfit for consumption

Mike Bradley, head of sales, Mettler-Toledo Safeline.

Mettler-Toledo Safeline debuts four enhancements on its metal detection systems

Bosch launched a microsite for confectionery, bakery and snacks earlier this year.  Photo: Bosch

Bosch moves to smaller packaging production, tapping the portion-control snack trend

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Popping confection SoundyCandy goes sugarfree

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