Our client is a leading manufacturer of refrigerated dips and spreads. They have a new opportunity for a Packing Equipment Manager at their location in the mid-Atlantic states. The Packing Equipment Engineer will advance the Company’s brand globally and internally, while coaching and developing others. As part of a broader Packing Equipment and Engineering team, the ideal person will be a leader of innovative solutions and new technologies in food packing.
They offer comprehensive benefits, a great Company culture, and a diverse group of people who take ownership to create something awesome. They are committed to individuals ‘being at their best’ by bringing fresh ideas to the table and turning their passion for food into results that matter.
Sabra catapulted into the snack scene in the past decade as Americans discovered the joys of hummus. The company current has about 60 percent hummus market share, and also makes other dips, including guacamole and Greek yogurt-based tzatzikis.
Recently, the brand unveiled a fresh logo and packaging redesign for its complete product line. The rebranding includes an updated logo, restyled label design and original on-pack photography highlighting the fresh, plant-based ingredients in Sabra products.
The annual Packaging Conference — just held Feb. 5-7 in Orlando, Florida — highlighted a strong focus on new business and emerging technology in the plastics packaging industry. Let’s take a look at some key regulatory trends and highlight a recent emerging barrier packaging technology discussed at the event.
Perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) have probably already infiltrated your home — and unlike most common chemicals, recent research from Harvard suggests that these substances could have a real and visible effect on your body.
Open your fridge, freezer and cupboards and see just how much food you’ve got in there – and how much has been there for yonks. If you’re anything like me, you’ll have tonnes thanks to the fact that you change what you want to eat on a near-daily basis.
Reversing previous opposition, Baltimore City Council President Bernard C. “Jack” Young says he supports banning stores and restaurants from using the plastic foam containers commonly known as Styrofoam.