Annika Lindström, RISE Bioeconomy / Human Product Interaction

Annika Lindström, RISE Bioeconomy / Human Product Interaction

Food waste, materials and recycling from a consumer perspective Annika will present consumer insights from different research studies. She will talk about the usefulness of involving the consumer perspective in packaging development. Areas that will be covered are how...
Dr. Victor Trapp – Fraunhofer ISC

Dr. Victor Trapp – Fraunhofer ISC

Fully biodegradable plastics packaging based on bioORMOCER® Non-degradable plastic packaging causes pollution onshore and offshore. Packaging based on biodegradable plastics offer a potential solution for addressing global environmental waste problems. However, the...
Fredrik Wikström – Karlstad University

Fredrik Wikström – Karlstad University

Fredrik Wikström will present his and Helene William report in the Journal of Industrial Ecology. “Packaging Strategies that Save Food – A Research Agenda for 2030″ Biography: Fredrik Wikström is an Associate Professor in Environment and Energy...
Marit Kvalvåg Pettersen – Nofima

Marit Kvalvåg Pettersen – Nofima

Optimal food packaging saves food, environment and money Food waste is a challenge in Norway as well as in the rest of the world. Food waste has gained attention. The figures from Norway show that the food waste is reduced. In Norway, consumers are responsible for...
Rafael Auras – Michigan State University

Rafael Auras – Michigan State University

Diverting municipal solid waste from landfills by increasing compostable packages Around 35% of the 258 million tons of municipal solid waste (MSW) in the United States in 2016 was recovered through recycling and composting. Paper and paperboard were highly recycled...