Fine Cut Blog Archive for May 2012
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has released its world standards on packaging and environment, converternews.com reports.
'Own label' foods are out-selling named brands as consumers attempt to stretch their shopping budget further.
A new label, which uses chemicals to let consumers know exactly when their food goes off, has been described as a 'game-changer' by its inventor.
The government is keen to introduce a single nutritional labelling system for all food packaging across the UK.
Changes to the European Union's (EU's) textile labelling legislation mean animal products are now required to be clearly marked.
A fundraising campaign has been launched to pay for a new engraving honouring the life of a cellist on the Titanic.
Consumers who are keen to buy food that meets high animal welfare standards are best off looking for the Soil Association label, it has been claimed.