CHICAGO -- To remain successful in coming years, brand marketers must select packaging that takes two major forces into account: the changing face of retail merchandising and environmental concerns. That was the consensus of speakers at breakfast sessions at the Pack Expo show in Chicago.
A study conducted by Michigan State University, East Lansing, Mich., for Pack Expo's sponsor, the Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute, Alexandria, Va., shows supermarkets account for a declining ...
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