Inhaltsverzeichnis:

Flexible Food Packaging in Europe - Consumption-Regulations-Requirements-Circular Economy-Solutions

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.

INTRODUCTION

6

2.

SCOPE OF OVERVIEW

12

2.1.

Statements of SCHÖNWALD CONSULTING

12

2.2.

Methodology of Research

14

2.3.

Objective

17

2.4.

Geographical Scope

19

2.5.

Structure of Market Analysis

21

3.

USE OF TERMS AND DESCRIPTIONS

23

3.1.

Glossary and Terms

23

3.2.

Descriptions

26

4.

THE CONSUMPTION OF FLEXIBLE FOOD PACKAGING IN EUROPE

27

4.1.

Definition of Flexible Packaging

28

4.2.

Materials, Market Segments and Pack Types

29

4.3.

Consumption by Market Segment and Material Based Films

36

4.3.1.

Meat and Meat Products

37

4.3.2.

Cheese

38

4.3.3.

Coffee

39

4.3.4.

Dry Food

40

4.3.5.

Bread and Bakery Products

41

4.3.6.

Snacks

42

4.3.7.

Confectionery

43

4.3.8.

Convenience Food and Fresh Products

44

4.3.9.

Beverages

45

4.3.10.

Sealable Liddings

46

4.3.11.

Pet Food

47

4.3.12.

Total

48

4.4.

Consumption by Material Based Films and Market Segment

49

4.4.1.

PET Based Films

50

4.4.2.

PA Based Films

51

4.4.3.

OPP Based Films

52

4.4.4.

CPP Based Films

53

4.4.5.

PE Based Films

54

4.4.6.

PAPER Based Films

55

4.4.7.

ALUMINUM Flexible Foils

56

4.4.8.

Total

57

5.

PACKAGING WASTE REGULATIONS AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY

58

5.1.

EU Regulations

58

Historically important directives

Current situation

Recycling quotas

Circular economy

5.2.

New Packaging Law in Germany since January 1, 2019

67

Packaging ordinances and dual system

§ 4 VerpackG (packaging law), general requirements for packaging

Explaining the new packaging law

Recycling quotas in Germany, former, 2019 and 2022

Licensing system LUCID

6.

EXPECTATIONS AND GOALS FOR PACKAGING

74

6.1.

Customer Needs

74

EU citizens attitude towards environment

6.2.

Brands and Retailers and the New Challenges for Sustainable Packaging

86

EUROPEN statement

12 multi-national brands/retailers statements

7.

MATERIAL SOLUTIONS ON THE WAY TO THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY

86

7.1.

Bio-Based Plastics

87

Explanation bio-based plastics

Facts, figures, consumption and outlook

7.2.

Mono-Material Laminates

92

11 companies providing barrier and high barrier solutions

Available and certified sample for high barrier spouted stand-up pouches

7.3.

Paper as Material for Flexible Packaging

96

Paper's image by consumer

Requirements on paper flexible packaging

Expected growth of paper for flexible packaging

18 suppliers of paper based flexible solutions

7.4.

Fraunhofer Institute's Circular Packaging Project

101

Short description and reference to detailed explanation

8.

APPENDIX

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Appendix I: Figures

102

Appendix II: Furhter Multi Client Studies by SCHÖNWALD CONSULTING

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