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The Future Laboratory examines Carlsberg's green packaging initiative

Consumers’ concern about their environmental impact has grown consistently in the past 5 years. In response, brands are investigating alternative packaging solutions to reduce their environmental impact. For Carlsberg Group, part of that mission is its Green Fibre Bottle project. The Future Laboratory speaks to Myriam Shingleton, Carlsberg’s vice-president of group development, about the progress the brand is making to create a viable paper bottle.


Cosmetics are now one of the top counterfeited items in the world.
What can beauty brands do about it? 

Cosmetics now rank in the top-ten counterfeited items in the UK, posing a real threat to both consumers and brands. The Future Laboratory speaks with Foreo North America on how the beauty device brand is tackling counterfeit products in the age of the internet.


A Thing of Beauty:
Helping EY Capture the Advantages of RFID for Grupo Boticário 

Tags purpose-built for beauty, deep expertise, and above-and-beyond collaboration made Avery Dennison the right partner for the beauty industry’s first RFID deployment in Brazil. Seeking end-to-end traceability across its increasingly complex supply chain, Grupo Boticário hired EY to help the company test RFID tagging for six months in 2018. The results reduced stockouts by 97 percent, decreased labor by 14 percent, and increased revenue.


Enabling Digitisation at Unprecedented Scale for Ralph Lauren 

Avery Dennison's partnership with Ralph Lauren is the first time a major fashion brand is undertaking digitisation on a massive scale. By incorporating Janela™ and RFID technology into their digitally enabled labels, the brand is building greater visibility, integrity and efficiency into its supply chain and creating the opportunity for a richer consumer experience. The initiative has been covered in detail by Women’s Wear Daily and also by the World Economic Forum in the White Paper ‘Supply Chain Collaboration through Advanced Manufacturing Technologies'.


Refillable beauty packaging is becoming aspirational 

Once a niche concept, more beauty brands are embracing refills and redesigning their product to make it a luxurious proposition. The Future Laboratory and Avery Dennison explore this future trend and how to leverage it using Intelligent Labels tech.


What's in a label? Blockchain and the Future of Food and Drink Packaging 

Our first article with Future Lab highlights the opportunity for the food industry to embrace blockchain and opens the discussion on how Intelligent Labels will transform the future of retail. 


Bringing Technology into Packaging 

As consumers become more aware of the products they eat, food producers and brands are looking for smart and sustainable packaging alternatives that respond to their needs and have a positive effect on their supply chain and ultimately the environment.


How the Personalised Nutrition Revolution will Reshape Food Packaging and Labeling 

As consumers’ health journeys become more individualised, The Future Laboratory explores how brands are tailoring nutrition, and what its effect might be on products as they appear on the shelves.


How One Company is Combating Food Waste Through Intelligent Tupperware 

The Future Laboratory speaks with Tal Lapidot, CEO of Silo on how his company’s vacuum-seal storage system will change the way we interact with food in the home.


Enabling Transparency and Visibility Across the Fashion Supply Chain 

Improving transparency and visibility in the fashion supply chain helps avoid waste and create a sustainable circular economy.


What's in a label? Blockchain and the Future of Food and Drink Packaging 

Our first article with Future Lab highlights the opportunity for the food industry to embrace blockchain and opens the discussion on how Intelligent Labels will transform the future of retail. 


The Food Industry and Digital Transformation

At RFID Journal Live!, Julie Vargas, Director, Global RFID Market Development alongside Sowmya Varadarajan, Industry Solutions Executive, IBM - discussed how new business models, e-commerce, consumer behaviour and digital solutions are transforming the food industry.


Blockchain is Bringing Trust Back into the Beef Industry

The beef industry, and wider agricultural sector, has traditionally conducted business based on trust - the trust between producer and buyer that animals have been raised as claimed. As producers have expanded globally, that trust has been eroded as it becomes impossible for buyers to know their producers in the same way they used to.


WaveSafe™  First Microwave Safe Solution

Avery Dennison unveils the first UHF RFID tag solution that is suitable for microwave use, providing a true end-to-end solution for the food industry. The first microwave safe UHF RFID label uses AD25Xr6-P designed specifically for the food industry, avoiding arcing or excessive heating when used as recommended if subjected to a microwave environment, enabling food safety, compliance, high performance item-level tracking.


Are you Ready for the Connected Products Age?

With the holidays and NRF behind us, companies can go back to puzzling over an aspect of business that, despite consuming billions of dollars and inestimable amounts of time, too often comes down to a rough estimate or an outright guess—improving inventory management.


The Food Industry and Disruptive Change

At the first ever GroceryShop in Las Vegas, leaders from CPG, grocery and the tech startup community discussed the challenges facing the food industry and the opportunities to pivot the way we chose what we eat, source and buy.


Avery Dennison at LATAM Retail in Brazil

The face of retail is changing around the globe and the Avery Dennison team in Latin America is leading the discussion on how retailers and brands can drive new in-store and supply chain fulfillment models while enhancing consumer experiences.

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RFID Solves Inventory Management Challenges

The beauty industry is fast growing and now more than ever beauty retailers command inventory visibility, both in store and online, one of the main challenges beauty retailers face is significant inventory distortion, since product breadth routinely is favored over product depth.


New York Fashion Tech Lab 2018

At Avery Dennison we are committed to empowering female innovators and were thrilled to have been a sponsor of New York Fashion Tech Lab 2018. We had the opportunity to work with founder and CEO, Sarah Krasley of Shimmy Technologies, who is changing automation for apparel design and manufacturing with a cloud-based platform.


Aviation Industry Aims to Global RFID-Enabled Luggage Handling by 2020

Consumer satisfaction is key and lost baggage has always been a major issue for airlines worldwide. The aviation industry has widely invested in improving its ability to handle passenger luggage and comply with customer demands.

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