Butterball Foodservice’s 5- and 10-pound sizes of ground turkey are now easier and safer for operators to store, handle and cook, thanks to packaging technology from the Cryovac Division of Sealed Air Corp.
CHARLOTTE, NC, OCTOBER 29, 2018 – Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE: SEE) today announced a bold sustainability and plastics pledge to design and advance their innovative packaging solutions to be 100% recyclable or reusable by 2025. The company will accelerate its use of recycled materials, expand reuse models for packaging and lead the collaboration with partners worldwide to ensure execution.
CHARLOTTE, NC, OCTOBER 15, 2018 – Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE: SEE) today announced it signed a sales and marketing agreement with Cubiscan. Under the terms of the agreement, both companies will collaborate to expand the markets for each other’s products and services.
CHARLOTTE, NC, October 9, 2018 – Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE:SEE) announced today that Hal Lawton has been elected to the Company’s Board of Directors as an independent director, effective January 1, 2019.
CHARLOTTE, NC, SEPTEMBER 20, 2018 – Sealed Air Corporation (NYSE:SEE) has received Diamond Finalist recognition in Dow’s 2018 30th Awards for Packaging Innovation for its StealthWrap solution, an opaque plastic wrap that seals and protects packages during transit and removes the need for outer boxes and additional packaging materials.
One of the funnier (and more truthful) bumper stickers I’ve seen lately has been on the backs of tractor trailers traveling the highways. It reads: Don’t like trucks? Stop buying stuff. Problem solved.This consumer joke hits home to those of us who spend a lot of time in fulfillment centers, especially during holiday peak season, which heats up mid-November and lasts through early January. As more purchases are made online, there’s more trouble brewing inside fulfillment centers that still aren’t prepared for the onslaught of e-commerce holiday orders each year.
How does food waste relate to food security? President of Sealed Air Food Care, Karl Deily, sat down with World Food Program USA to discuss the root causes of food loss and how we can develop innovative approaches to achieve Zero Hunger worldwide.
Globally, consumers are turning to snacks more frequently to replace meals. Meanwhile, health concerns and increasingly fast-paced lifestyles are driving demand for healthier snacking options like fruits and vegetables.