Taghleef’s Lineapack wins Best Packaging 2021 Award

‘Forward-thinking’ collaborative solution with Lineapack

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The Italian packaging award winning Taghleef Lineapack for softball cheese Image Ti
The Italian packaging award winning Taghleef Lineapack for softball cheese Image Ti

The Jury of the Italian contest Best Packaging 2021 – former Oscar dell’Imballaggio, has announced that the solution proposed by Taghleef Industries and Lineapack has won the Best Packaging Award for the “Visionary” value according to the Ethical Packaging Charter Foundation. The competition, organized by Packaging Meeting and promoted by the Italian Packaging Institute (Istituto Italiano Imballaggio), is sponsored by the Ethical Packaging Charter Foundation (Fondazione Etica del Packaging). The Foundation shared its 10 core values – Responsibility, Balance, Safety, Accessibility, Transparency, Information, Contemporaneity, Forward-Thinking, Education, and Sustainability. The Awards have been assigned to the solutions that fully accomplished these principles.

The motivation that led the commission, chaired by professor Maurizio Boccacci Mariani, to reward the single-portion soft cheese packaging developed by Taghleef in collaboration with Lineapack is the capacity to understand and combine the complexity of the product packaging requirements with the needs and sustainability profile demanded by the consumer, which resulted in a forward-thinking package.

The proposed solution is made with a high barrier film, Extendo rcXTMH, in combination with a cast polypropylene film. Extendo rcXTMH is part of Taghleef Industries’ reLIFETM range that includes BOPP solutions with post-consumer chemically recycled content which allows for a significant saving of virgin raw material. To guarantee the sustainability of the process, starting with the management of raw materials, Taghleef Industries is certified according to the requirements of the International Sustainability and Carbon Certification.

Suitable for mechanical recycling streams, the new high barrier film can be used as a monoweb or as a laminate and is made to redesign the traditional multi-material structures used in most soft cheese applications with a more sustainable solution. During the Design Week, at Galleria Scognamiglio Artecontemporanea in Milan, three other solutions presented by Taghleef Industries were also showcased to the public. These were – a biotape made in collaboration with Filmac, made with a biobased polypropylene film obtained from renewable resources (tall oil); a bag for herbal teas designed with Lineapack using a compostable paper and Nativia NTSS 40μm, a PLA biobased and compostable film; and, a stand-up pouch designed with Poplast and produced by laminating Extendo XZMX 18μm, a high barrier film with single coated paper

Taghleef’s collaborative and pioneering spirit in promoting new sustainable solutions has been awarded for two consecutive years by Best Packaging Award. In 2020, the ‘Best Packaging Award Quality Design’ was assigned to the prototype presented with the Gerosa Group for dairy products.

The 2021 Best Packaging edition, which for over 60 years has rewarded innovation in the packaging industry, will be remembered for its strong stance on the ethical and sustainable value of innovation in packaging, an approach already adopted by Taghleef through its Dynamic Cycle. This is Taghleef’s overall set of initiatives aimed to address sustainability issues within and for its stakeholders which includes the redesign of traditional packaging with the goal to contribute to the quality of life for the generations to come.

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Headquartered in Dubai, Ti is a customer focused, supplier of films solutions to a global marketplace. With a manufacturing footprint in 11 countries on 6 continents, Ti produces 500,000 MT of specialized and multi-purpose films for the food packaging, labels, industrial and graphic arts applications. Film types include OPP, CPP, and PLA films. Ti strives for product performance through R&D and innovations to create constant added value for its customers and stakeholders.

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