Inside image of AGI glaspac's container glass manufacturing plant. Photo - AGI glaspac

Glass has a presence in our daily lives in various forms, such as containers, tableware, automotive and transport, appliances, and electronics. More than 75% of European consumers see glass as the most sustainable and eco-friendly form of packaging material. Glass can be infinitely recycled within a closed loop as a part of the circular economy.    The beauty of glass is its recyclability – no matter how many times it is recycled, its quality never diminishes – glass remains glass! Due to increasing awareness towards sustainability and demand for eco-friendly solutions, in many countries, people have started contributing to achieving a 100% recycling rate by bringing their used glass bottles and jars to the nearest bottle bank.    Glass has an almost zero rate of chemical interactions, ensuring that the products inside a glass bottle are safe, keep their strength, aroma, and flavor. Rajesh Khosla, president and chief executive officer of AGI-glaspac, speaking about glass packaging at the National Conference on ‘Packaging for a better life’ said, “Due to the environmental issues, glass has become…

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Mandeep Kaur
Technical Editor - Mandeep Kaur is working with IPP Group and holding editorial responsibilities for the IndiFoodBev and PSA Healthcare platforms. Earlier she handled editorial responsibilities of food, beverage, and agriculture publications at another publisher. A gold-medalist in M Tech (Food Technology), she has hands-on experience in operating different types of instruments related to physico-chemical testing of grains and flour. She has worked at Evalueserve in the Intellectual Property (IP) division for more than three years handling projects in the life sciences domain.