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Tetra Pak's Optimal Integrated Solution Helps Cut Water Usage and Carbon Emissions for the Dairy Sector

Tetra Pak’s new UHT 2.0 heating portfolio combined with Tetra Pak® E3/Speed Hyper bring significant sustainability benefits, cutting GHG emissions and water usage while reducing operational costs by up to 30%
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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, June 1, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak showcases its new UHT 2.0 heating portfolio and Tetra Pak® E3/Speed Hyper packaging equipment on World Milk Day in support of this year’s theme of sustainability and Dairy’s commitment to innovation to reduce environmental footprint.

On World Milk Day, Tetra Pak U.S. and Canada Celebrates the Contributions of UHT Technology to Increasing Access to Safe, Nutritious Milk

By Mai Doherty | Marketing Category Leader - Dairy & Nutrition, Tetra Pak US and Canada
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Driven by the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, consumer awareness around food availability, food safety and food protection is growing like never before, putting these critical issues in the global spotlight. As a result, the demand for nutritious food and beverages that can be safely stored for an extended period without refrigeration or preservatives has soared.

4 Partnerships Advance Carton Recycling

New technologies like robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), new markets, new materials, and new end uses significantly expand recycling of Tetra Pak packaging.
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By Jordan Fengel, Sustainability Manager, Tetra Pak US & Canada

America's First Premium Cocktails Served in Cartons

The safer, more sustainable way to enjoy a cocktail on-the-go
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Together, American beverage brand buzzbox™ and Tetra Pak venture into a new product category, filling cocktails into recyclable aseptic carton packages.

How Tetra Pak Is Using Innovation to Transition Towards a Low Carbon Circular Economy

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Tetra Pak U.S. and Canada President and CEO Jeff Fielkow recently joined government officials and opinion leaders from Sweden and the U.S. at an event titled Rethink Tomorrow: Using Innovation to Transition Towards A Low Carbon Circular Economy, aimed towards inspiring U.S. climate action. This virtual symposium discussed how enterprise and innovation can be used to transition towards a low-carbon circular economy.

NaturPak Pet Ramps Up Operations as First US Pet Food Co-Packer to Offer Tetra Pak® Cartons

New Facility is Dedicated to Formulating, Producing and Packaging High-Quality Wet Pet Food in Tetra Recart® Cartons
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DENTON, Texas, May 17, 2021/3BL Media/– Tetra Pak and NaturPak Pet announce the first co-packer in the U.S. dedicated to producing and packaging pet food in Tetra Recart® cartons. Owned and operated by IPM Foods, a leading natural food manufacturer and co-packer, NaturPak Pet brings unique expertise in formulating high-quality, safe and nutritious natural foods to the pet space.

Tetra Pak Joins Business and Government Leaders for Conversation on Meeting Biden's Climate Goals

Virtual symposium on May 6, Rethinking Tomorrow: Using Innovation to Transition Towards a Low-Carbon Circular Economy
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DENTON, Texas, April 28, 2021 /3BL Media/ – On May 6, U.S. and Swedish leaders will converge for a virtual symposium on Rethinking Tomorrow: Using Innovation to Transition Towards a Low-Carbon Circular Economy streamed live from the House of Sweden in Washington D.C. 

Cartons Provide Road For Fixing Struggling Recycling System

By Jeffrey Fielkow
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Some municipalities across the U.S. are struggling to sustain recycling programs that maximize the materials that can be placed in curbside bins. From New York to Washington state, Alabama to Utah, Arkansas to Arizona, and numerous points in between, localities have weighed trimming back recycling efforts, underscoring broad-based dysfunction.

One essential element for any federal fix must be to develop robust domestic markets for recyclables.

Tetra Pak Introduces 14 State-of-the-Art Lines for Cheese Manufacturers

Proven solutions based on expertise and technology for Mozzarella, Semi-hard cheese, Cheddar and Fresh cheese production – as research reveals that a third of consumers have increased their cheese consumption during the pandemic
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LAUSANNE, Switzerland, 21 April 2021 /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak announces the development of 14 new Best Practice Lines (BPLs) for cheese manufacturers, the latest of which – specifically customised for Cottage cheese – launched today. The other cheeses that will benefit from these BPLs include Mozzarella, Semi-hard cheese, Cheddar, and Fresh cheese production. Together, these cheese types make up 79% of all cheese volumes and have a CAGR forecast of 3% (2021-2025). Two of the new lines (Mozzarella and Cheddar) were recently previewed at the Global CheeseExpo (6-8 April).

Tetra Pak Introduces Certified Recycled Polymers

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March 1, 2021, /3BL Media/ - Tetra Pak has announced the introduction of certified recycled polymers, becoming the first company in the food and beverage packaging industry to be awarded the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) Advanced Products certification. Its carton packages integrating attributed[1] recycled polymers are now available for food and beverage manufacturers.

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