Aptar Food + Beverage Launches First Infant Nutrition Closure Composed Of Renewable Feedstock Material

Following the recent news on Aptar Freyung receiving ISCC PLUS* - Certification, enabling the use of renewable feedstock material for closures production, Aptar Food + Beverage is excited to announce that the NeoTM closure solution for the infant formula market is now available in food grade renewable feedstock material based on the mass-balance approach. This polypropylene (PP) closure is made using sustainably sourced renewable feedstock derived from different renewable source, such as used cooking oil and residues from oil processing.

Aptar Food + Beverage Launches First Infant Nutrition Closure Composed Of Renewable Feedstock Material
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There are many sustainability benefits found in using materials from renewable sources. First, the reduction of fossil-based resins in food grade products can reduce the carbon footprint of a closure. Another benefit, from a technical and manufacturing perspective, is that new quality or filling line evaluations are not required. As the resin’s characteristics of conventional and renewable feedstock are the same, the closures keep the same level of safety and convenience. In addition, it can help infant nutrition brands to achieve their sustainability goals related to reduction of CO2 emissions, and to incorporation of renewable material content measured by the mass balance model.

Aptar continues to demonstrate its commitment to designing product and processes with people and the planet in mind. Aptar remains dedicated to developing and innovating solutions while addressing recyclability and reusability, resin conversion and sustainable design. Much of this work is aligned to that of partners, like the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and others, who have a vision of a more circular economy. Aptar is committed to using 10% recycled content in our dispensing solutions for the beauty, personal care, home care, food and beverage markets by 2025.

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