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Viva España! Viva PACKNATUR®!

The majority of fruits, citrus fruit and vegetables sold in European supermarket chains is grown and packed in Spain. Thanks to Tecny Media more of these will be packed in PACKNATUR® cellulose tube netting from VPZ Verpackungszentrum in the future.

Very british - Packing with environmental consciousness

Wholegood stands for entrepreneurial success offering selected quality in the organic fruits and vegetables sector. Most products are obtained from small independent growers in the UK and the EU.

Sustainable packaging solutions made from beechwood

Austria based VPZ Verpackungszentrum has created a new type of packaging for fruit and vegetables.

Markus Kainer appointed head of the PACKNATUR® division

Over the past three years, he has made a significant contribution to the success of VPZ…

VPZ is the winner in 4 categories at the WorldStar Packaging Awards 2018

The WorldStar Packaging Awards are the Oscars of the packaging industry. It is therefore a tremendous honour for VPZ to have won awards in 4 different categories.

The Swiss Coop introduces new, reusable organic packaging from Graz

Fruit and vegetables are in for a new look! The reusable PACKNATUR® cellulose bag made from Lenzing Modal® is the latest 100% wood fashion …

Compostable nets offer eco-friendly option for produce packaging

Biodegradable packaging that gives supermarkets an organic alternative to using plastic to bag fresh fruit and vegetables has caught the attention of Fruit Logistica’s Innovation Award 2014 judges.


Commerce, science, society, art… ‘Transpackaging’ analyses and questions many topics.

You consume, you decide

The International Forum of Cultures is an event organised under the patronage of UNIDO, which aims to open up the dialogue between cultures and spark global talks about sustainability…

Dissolution included

Students from the Institute of Contemporary Art at Graz University of Technology have interspersed the long-established, permanent works in the Austrian Sculpture Park with new, self-decomposing temporary works composed of transient flowers.