Consumers now demand environmentally friendly packaging, with strict criteria such as full recyclability and the use of 100% recycled materials. Here are some packaging materials and emerging trends.
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Djazagro is dedicated to exploring the world of packaging in all its aspects. This crucial pillar of the agri-food value chain is currently undergoing an unprecedented transformation, affecting the materials used, practical applications, and regulatory framework.

At Djazagro 2024, an exhibition was centered around various explanatory panels and showcases of cutting-edge packaging examples. An interactive workshop offered a unique opportunity to understand the latest trends and innovations driving this booming sector.

This initiative was the result of a collaboration with the ALL4PACK Paris Packaging Fair and the Higher School of Food Science and Agro-Food Industries (ESSAIA), demonstrating our shared commitment to promoting innovation and sustainability in the agri-food industry.

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Papers and cardboards

Papers and cardboard, essential for eco-friendly packaging, are evolving to combine durability and performance while remaining recyclable.
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Plastic packaging is very effective: they are watertight, lightweight, resistant to shocks, temperatures, light, all while preserving their contents. However, plastics have never been so criticized, questioned, rejected, even banned for some types.
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Reusable packaging

Choose reusable and recyclable packaging for a sustainable approach to consumption. New solutions include glass, steel, and aluminum containers designed to reduce environmental impact while meeting needs.
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Biopolymers and Biomaterials for Biodegradable Packaging

Explore biopolymer-based packaging: ecological solutions that enhance sustainability and food safety while reducing the carbon footprint.
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