Circular Packaging for Direct Food Contact Applications

Project aim:
CIRCULAR FoodPack is a research project funded by the European Commission in order to enhance sustainable food packaging. The project to aims to facilitate the circular use of plastic packaging addressing the most sensitive product category: Food packaging.

Activities of ECOZEPT:
In the course of the project, high-quality recyclable and food-safe mono-material for food packaging will be developed in an innovative design in order to allow a future circular economy of food packaging. ECOZEPT is involved in Work Package 8 and responsible for the market analysis and identification of stakeholders’ preferences, acceptances and expectations, the exploitation of the results as well as the dissemination and communication of the project results. The project is funded by the European Commission under the Framework Programme Horizon 2020 for Research and Innovation.

European Commission under the Framework Programme Horizon 2020 for Research and Innovation (Grant Agreement No. 101003806)

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