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Packaging milk products: further reductions in weight are possible

, : Packaging milk products: further reductions in weight are possible. Revue Laitiere Francaise ( 561): 18

The main motivation behind reducing the weight of packaging in the dairy industry is considered to be the associated cost reductions. Examples of ways in which French dairy companies, including Besnier, Bel, Nestle and Danone, have reduced the volume of materials used in both transit and retail packs for milk products are considered.

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