Category: Highlight

consumers

Connecting to conscious consumers

In part two of our Connect to Nature series, we explore the global issues consumers care about and how sustainability can lead to greater brand engagement

/ July 17, 2019
sustainability

A world without plastic

In part four of The Big Questions series, imagining the future of the food and beverage industry, we ask whether plastic packaging could ever disappear

/ July 11, 2019
connected pack

Being clear on sustainability

In part one of our new Connect to Nature series, we see why it’s more important than ever for businesses to show they’re supporting sustainability

/ July 5, 2019

Factories of the future

In part three of The Big Questions series, exploring the future of the food and beverage industry, we imagine how factories might look and function in tomorrow’s world

/ June 20, 2019

A golden age for brands

With the global population ageing, a new era of opportunities is opening up for products that help combat the ageing process and make people feel young and healthy

/ June 13, 2019

Caring for communities

As part of its net positive ambition to go Way Beyond Good, SIG has launched a new initiative to engage and give something back to local communities

/ June 7, 2019

Taking a stand together

With the world’s climate and natural resource crisis growing, all businesses must act now to make a more positive impact on our planet, says SIG’s CEO Rolf Stangl

/ May 24, 2019

Staying in style

Make the right first impression and a product stands a higher chance of being chosen. Ensure your brand is always in style with on-trend product packaging design

/ May 15, 2019

The taste of tomorrow

In part two of The Big Questions series, imagining the future of the food and beverage industry, we look ahead to what we could be consuming in tomorrow’s world

/ May 10, 2019

The fight against food fraud

Is the food we eat safe? It’s a question being asked more and more today as food fraud becomes a growing problem. See how SIG is helping producers tackle this threat

/ May 2, 2019