The dominant current industrial model involves “take, make and dispose of” and is inherently extractive in nature. On the other hand, the circular economy is restorative and regenerative by design. Relying on system-wide innovation, it aims to redefine products and services to design waste out, while minimizing negative impacts.Details
As ExpoWest demonstrates every year – the innovators in the food space are often startups and small companies. When it comes to packaging, these companies tend to be “early adopters” in search of more sustainable packaging, for example compostable packaging, for their healthy and good-for-you product offerings.Details
As TIPA’s CTO, one of Yifat Bareket’s first tasks will be to spearhead TIPA’s participation in two major European consortia – EU Innovation Technology Food (EIT Food) and the Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC) – both of which focus strongly a collaborative route to innovation.Details
“It’s exciting to see companies like TIPA continuing Thomas Edison’s legacy of challenging conventional thinking,” said Frank Bonafilia, Edison Awards’ executive director. “Edison Awards recognizes the game-changing products and services, and the teams that brought them to consumers.”Details
“As I stood on what the evening before had been a pristine picture-perfect beach, I could hardly believe my eyes. The beach was covered in debris – as if someone had emptied a garbage can and scattered the contents over the sand. ” Dr. Gail Barnes is sharing her experience and thoughts about the future of the ocean…Details
Watch for these trends in 2017:
Increased efforts to reduce food waste in business and at home.
Food waste prevention becomes a priority in foodservice and at retail, with initiatives to educate employees and technologies to increase shelf-life.
Consumers begin implementing their own waste management practices at home and evaluating prospective purchases based on food and packaging waste.
It’s been an exciting year for TIPA – from awards received, articles in prestigious publications such as The Huffington Post and The Guardian, a broadcast on the Discovery Channel, certifications, product launches – both in the United States as well as in Europe, and participation at major trade shows. World Food Innovation Award In March…Details
When Reuseit came across TIPA at a natural food show they say that what struck them first was that the bags were home compostable. Also important was how clear the bags were, and that a message box could be included on the bags.Details
Eli Sachs, vice president commercial, for TIPA: “In my opinion it is the best show that TIPA has participated in the three years that I have been involved with this wonderful company. We had a lot of visitors, a lot of action and we see that the interest of our products is increasing.”Details
“In tests run by TIPA’s labs to simulate home composting conditions, the new Snact packaging decomposed in just 24 weeks. Most commonly available food packaging today is non-recyclable, so this innovation marks a significant step to reduce the unsustainable volume of plastic waste currently generated by the industry.”Details