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packaging

The physical and informational material that contains and/or accompanies a marketed or investigational therapeutic agent once it is fully prepared for release to patients and/or subjects in a clinical study.
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Despite the rapid proliferation of deli departments within supermarkets, use of competitive packaging such as wax-coated paper retards plastics' growth.
These drivers have combined with factors such as environmental concerns about the potential overuse of packaging materials to create a trend toward what the industry terms 'lightweighting'.
However, since Tetra Pak was also an aseptic packaging producer, I suggested we sit down and discuss the Maine ban.
In 1971, New York City's environmental agency proposed a "deposit bounty system" for packaging that included a two-cent tax on most plastic containers.
It makes consumers victims of packaging forced on them by capricious manufacturers--a view adopted by many U.
It is now clear that packaging in the food and beverage market is no longer a mere cost driver, but is considered a critical component of all branding, merchandising, and promotional strategies.
Julian Carroll, managing director of Europen, a trade association representing many of Europe's top packaging companies, is slightly less convinced.
The global healthcare packaging market is constantly challenged with evolving trends such as the increased use of disposable medical products, ageing population, rising cost of raw materials, transportation and energy, cost pressures on suppliers, influence of regulations, outsourcing/ contract packaging, child-resistant/senior-friendly and tamper-evident packaging.

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