How can we get consumers to try alternative wine packaging? By Jakob Mesidis, Bill Page, Larry Lockshin, Armando Maria Corsi and Justin Cohen Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science, University of South Australia Calls from consumers, advocacy groups, and governments have seen industries adopt practices to reduce their CO₂ output. To this end, the wine industry
Packaging! Sometimes there can be too much, sometimes there can be too little… but how do you get the balance of product versus packaging just right? Ralph Moyle from the Australian Institute of Packaging talks about achieving ‘the Goldilocks spot’ as he presents some all-important guidance for wineries to make their packaging more sustainable as
As the wine industry continues to review its impact on the environment, companies on both sides of the Tasman are reviewing the materials used to package wine, and in doing so, creating innovative alternatives for producers seeking sustainable options, as Simone Madden-Grey writes. The recent Wine Intelligence report Global SOLA: Opportunities for Sustainable and Organic
As part of its PACKWINE initiative, Winetitles Media recently invited members of the Australian and New Zealand wine industries to participate in a survey that explored their thoughts on and usage of packaging alternatives to glass bottles. The survey also asked wine company representatives to identify the current focus of their marketing spend and the
Packaging! Sometimes there can be too much, sometimes there can be too little… but how do you get the balance of product versus packaging just right? Ralph Moyle from the Australian Institute of Packaging talks about achieving ‘the Goldilocks spot’ as he presents some all-important guidance for wineries to make their packaging more sustainable as
Speaker Ralph Moyle, education coordinator for the Australian Institute of Packaging, will focus on the environmental impacts of wine packaging in his presentation to the upcoming PACKWINE Forum & Expo later this month. Moyle is an experienced food-packaging consultant with 40 years in the food processing industry, including 25 years focused on packaging. In his
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Wednesday, 24 March 2021 / Published in Innovation, Packaging, Speakers, Sustainability
What does it mean for the grape and wine sector to be sustainable on a regional level? One of the speakers at the upcoming PACKWINE Forum & Expo will be examining how a wine business can embrace sustainable practices to build a stronger industry. Tim Nowell-Usticke is the founder of New Zealand contract bottling, storage
Paul Baggio, managing director of Della Toffola Pacific and one of Australia’s leaders in winemaking and packaging technology, will share his insights as a speaker at the upcoming 2021 PACKWINE Forum & Expo. Mr Baggio has extensive experience at the forefront of wine machinery manufacturing, following a 25-year career in the local industry. Under his
What does it take to successfully introduce an innovative alternative packaging format that’s accepted by both wine producers and consumers? According to one celebrated speaker at the upcoming 2021 PACKWINE Forum & Expo, it’s not an easy process. Greg Stokes, CEO and founder of Intelligent Packaging Pty Ltd (trading as Barokes Wines), and inventor of
Robert Joseph, 2021 PACKWINE Keynote speaker
Internationally renowned writer and speaker Robert Joseph will examine the wine industry’s increasing focus on packaging in the keynote address as part of the webinar component of the 2021 PACKWINE Forum & Expo. In its inaugural year, PACKWINE will be a print and digital event featuring a range of expert industry speakers and a trade