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This is a do not miss webinar for anyone with a vested interest in exploring packaging solutions that can play a role in reducing food waste. Last year alone, the Consumer Goods Forum agreed to halve food waste within the operations of its 400 retailer and manufacturers members by 2025 and the U.S. EPA and USDA announced a national food waste reduction goal of a 50% reduction by 2030. 

Join this one-hour webinar as PAC FOOD WASTE returns the panel of experts from our workshop event last December - Dr. Keith Warriner will share an academic perspective of current key research areas in food science as it relates to food waste and packaging applications, such as active & intelligent packaging and anti-microbial technology. Ron Cotternman will share Sealed Air's packaging technology solutions to reduce food waste and their work to promote the value of packaging. Angela Dennis will present Nestlé's latest strategies and packaging developments to address the global food waste issue.

Speakers
Keith Warriner
Professor,
Food Science
University of Guelph

Ron Cotterman
Vice President,
Sustainability
Sealed Air

Angela Dennis
Director, Technical Packaging & Environmental Officer
Nestlé

Facilitated by
 
Alan Blake
 
Rachel Morier

When:
Wednesday, March 23, 2016
2pm - 3pm Eastern
1 - 2pm Central

11am - 12pm Pacific

Price: CAD US
PAC Members Free Free
Non-Members $49 $37

Canadian Funds
US Funds

For more information:
Rachel Morier
PAC NEXT, Program Manager
416.727.3512
rmorier@pac.ca

Join over 2,200 North American members that benefit from the vast networking opportunities through PAC's wide range of educational activities and events. PAC, Packaging Consortium is a not-for-profit corporation serving as a vital partner and catalyst for the packaging value chain for over 65 years. 
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