Arla is this week launching a plant-based carton for its product A38 as part of its pledge to use sustainable packaging.
Elopak and Tetrapak makes the new carton from wood and plants, thus leaving out the bleaching process and the white chalk layer that is usually applied to common white cartons.
Some 16 million cartons of the product are sold every year, and the move should cut 128,000 kilos of CO2 emissions, according to the company’s estimations.
Arla hopes such moves will help it reach its targets of a 30 percent reduction by 2030 and zero emissions by 2050.
Royal Greenland furthers Asian market ambitions
Greenland’s state-owned company Royal Greenland has furthered its online Asian market ambitions by buying a 20 percent stake in a Chinese company specialising in e-commerce for food for private consumers. Selling he likes of prawns, halibut and so-called Danish caviar, the company aims to its market share in the Asian market, particularly among Chinese and Japanese customers. Currently the market accounts for 34 percent of the company’s revenue.
Danish businessman dies at age 63
Bang & Olufsen chair Ole Andersen died on Tuesday at the age of 63 from natural causes, the company’s communications department confirmed to tvmidtvest.dk. Andersen was a former chair of Danske Bank.
Lego launches miniature Lamborghini car
Now Lego fans can enjoy their own Lamborghini car, in miniature, as the company has just launched a new 1:8 scale model inspired by the Italian super sports car Lamborghini Sián FKP 37, of which only 63 cars were ever made. Unveiled through an online launch, Lego’s model comes in a lime-green colour with elegant golden rims resembling the real Lamborghini, and it consists of 3,696 elements. The unique model has been available from Lego stores since June 1.