AgricolliBio rolls out laser labelling

Organic kiwifruit grower-exporter has become the latest company to move from paper to Natural Branding Monday 15th January 2018, 09:01 London By Maura Maxwell Organic kiwifruit grower and marketer AgrocolliBio has announced a major investment in laser-labelling technology in collaboration with technology provider Laser Food, as the move away from wasteful paper labels gathers momentum…

Natural Branding by Laser Food: A New Way to Eliminate Packaging Waste

Natural Branding by Laser Food is a contactless, safe method of labeling without packaging. A high definition laser removes pigments from the outer layer of fruit or vegetable skin to create an image on the peel. The process is superficial so it does not have a negative effect on the taste, aroma or shelf-life of…

Swedish supermarkets replace sticky labels with Natural Branding

Swedish supermarkets use Natural Branding by Laser Food, The humble fruit sticker may seem an unlikely cause for environmental concern but removing it from produce could create huge savings in plastic, energy and CO2 emissions. In response to consumer demand for less packaging, Dutch fruit and veg supplier Nature & More and Swedish supermarket ICA…

Tecnología láser española para sustituir las pegatinas de frutas y verduras

Siempre me han molestado esas típicas etiquetas en forma de pegatinas que vienen en las frutas y verduras. Puede parecer una tontería -aunque más de una vez me las he llevado a la boca sin querer-, pero al año supone un gasto considerable de recursos poco sostenibles con el medio ambiente. La empresa española Laser Food propone…

The laser marking technology rivalling traditional food labelling

Spanish company Laser Food has developed a new technology which marks the skin of fruits and vegetables using a laser, and is being used by supermarkets such as Marks & Spencer. By Aimée McLaughlin January 20, 2017 5:35 pm Food labels in the UK could be set to be overtaken by a more eco-friendly alternative, as supermarkets including…

Lasers etch high-tech labels into fruit

Laser labels are the new face of fruit in some European countries, and the high-tech labeling could be coming to more U.S. markets too. The days of peeling pesky stickers off apples and tomatoes may soon be over.  The laser device could tag onions, cucumbers, kiwis, pears — all manner of produce —  The etched…

Laser Food & JBT bring cutting-edge laser labelling technology to UK

  Spanish fresh produce technology specialist Laser Food, together with US partner JBT Corporation, made their first major appearance on UK shores at the London Produce Show. Held June 3-5 at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel, the show was a key opportunity to explain to leading members of the fresh produce sector why Laser MarkTM can…

Will laser ‘tattoos’ replace fruit labels? BBC interview

Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on JournalismPosted on September 8, 2014 by admin I recently appeared on BBC Click to speak about Laser Food’s innovative laser labelling technology for fruit, which they believe could one day completely replace sticky labels. The technology removes pigment from the fruit’s surface to show information such as the item’s sell-by date and price without affecting the taste…