Discover #RenewableLiving with Tetra Pak’s Habits of Happiness Quiz
DENTON, Texas, March 16, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Is renewable living the key to happiness? New data from Tetra Pak offers some compelling evidence that the answer is yes – great news leading up to International Day of Happiness on March 20.
Findings from a survey commissioned by Tetra Pak found that adopting a few simple, renewable lifestyle habits that help protect the earth’s natural resources can help people go from feeling glum to good, with 70 percent of those surveyed claiming they felt happier when making eco-minded choices.
Gable Top Bio-based from Tetra Pak offers brands the first packaging made completely from renewable materials: paperboard and plant-based plastics
DENTON, Texas, February 9, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Tetra Pak, the world's leading food processing and packaging equipment company, announces the successful production of the first fully renewable Gable Top package in the United States. Tetra Pak Gable Top Bio-based packages are made solely from renewable materials, defined as natural resources that can be replenished over time. The innovative new cartons are developed from a combination of paperboard and sugar cane derived plastics.
Tetra Pak held a sustainability round table on February 2nd, the focus was to discuss progress on renewable packaging and celebrate the one-year milestone achievements of Tetra Rex® Bio-based. FoodBev Media’s Claire Phoenix went along to interview the Tetra Pak presenters.
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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, February 2, 2016 /3BL Media/ – Tetra Pak announced today that the company expects to deliver more than 100 million packs of Tetra Rex® Bio-based to customers during 2016, reflecting strong demand for the package since its launch in January 2015. The world’s first package made entirely from plant based materials has gained popularity among consumers across Finland, Sweden and Norway, with brands such as Valio, Arla Foods, Vermlands Mejeri, and TINE.
There’s a Polish proverb that goes: “If the farmer is poor, then so is the whole country”. It’s a problem that Tetra Pak is highly aware of – it recognizes the link and knows that for it to succeed and grow, it needs the markets in which it operates, to do the same.
America Recycles Day came and went without much fanfare this year. Yet it is still a powerful reminder to us not only how far recycling has come since it became a mainstream practice in the 1970s, but also that it still faces significant challenges.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, December 16, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak today added its name to the Paris Pledge for Action at COP21, reinforcing the company’s long-standing commitment to take the initiative in helping to tackle climate change.
LAUSANNE, Switzerland, November 25, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak and DeLaval, sister companies in the Tetra Laval Group, today signed a five year agreement with the Dairy Association of China to provide training to Chinese dairy farm managers. The signing ceremony was attended by both the Chinese and Swedish Ministers of Agriculture, who have a Memorandum of Understanding to increase co-operation in agriculture.
As we sharpen our lens on climate in advance of the COP21 Summit in Paris, we all await whether or not agreements reached will result in transformative changes and ultimately in how businesses operate. But some changes in business operations are already under way as companies are recognizing how responsible sourcing and renewable materials use can impact their carbon footprints.