In a world where choices by consumers are made between 3 to 7 seconds on supermarket shelves, the opportunities to make a sale are limited to several factors – one of which is packaging. Great packaging design both considers the importance of physical distribution and when done
Maintaining good safety food practices is not only important for companies, but a critical obligation for food manufacturers to their consumers. Consumers buy products from brands because they trust them, to provide them with the highest quality of product possible.
Choosing to produce to stock or to consumer is one of the biggest and foremost decisions a producer has to make. The advantages and disadvantages of both choices are clear, but how does a manufacturer choose?
In 1950, New York was the first megacity in the world with the city of London trailing closely behind. Defined as a population exceeding 10 million inhabitants, the number of megacities has since climbed to approximately 23 around the world.
According to the Research & Innovation department of the European Commission, having a “smart” line is important in product efficiency and product integrity in order to stay ahead of competition, in an increasingly globalised world.