United Caps at Drinktec 2022 from 12-16 September

Will show its new sustainable projects at booth C5-403

United Caps
A closure manufactured by United Caps. Photo United Caps

United Caps will take part in Drinktec 2022, the ultimate venue for the beverage and liquid food industry, which will take place from 12-16 September in Munich, Germany.

The company will show its new sustainable projects as well as a collaboration for a unique closure that is supposed to be a breakthrough in dynamic freshness food labels. 

It will unveil the Mimica Touchcap, a breakthrough in dynamic freshness food labels and the result of a joint development between United Caps and Mimica.

This innovative solution creates accessible, affordable freshness indicators for all types of perishable products, from food to pharmaceuticals.

The goal is to reduce food waste and increase consumer food safety.

United will also unveil its 2022 Sustainability Progress Report, discussing solutions for tethered caps and closures in compliance with the European directive on single-use plastics, and explaining how they worked with Elopak to develop Pure-TwistFlip, a bespoke product.

United Caps will be present at stand C5-403.

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