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Look inside of PTR Packaging Technology Evaluations

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In packing technology evaluations, PTR assesses each technology based on expertise in the food packaging industry, the potential of technology impacts, and deep intelligence on food and package trends. With 30 years of experience across the food science and packaging spectrum, Dr Claire Sand through her company, Packaging Technology & Research (PTR), offers clients solutions using Strategy, Technology, Consulting and Coaching. Want to know more about how food packaging technologiess affect your business? Reach out to Dr Sand on Linked In - https://www.linkedin.com/in/clairekoelschsand

Want to keep learning from Dr. Sand? View her presentations and articles at http://www.packagingtechnologyandresearch.com/thought-leadership.html

Dr. Claire Sand | Owner, Packaging Technology & Research, LLC; Adjunct Professor, Michigan State University; Columnist for Food Technology Magazine
http://www.packagingtechnologyandresearch.com/

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Look inside of PTR Packaging Technology Evaluations

  1. 1. Created by PTR Learn more at: www.PackagingTechnologyAndResearch.com TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION OF INTELLIGENT PACKAGING LOOK INSIDE: Sample Slides
  2. 2. Contents 1. Recommends specific intelligent packaging 2. Assigns relevance to direct packaging strategy 3. Evaluates intelligent packaging technology 4. Guides selection of best-fit technology and partners 5. Directs IP efforts and relevance 1. Assessment of intelligent packaging for a specific Category, Brand, or Product THIS DOCUMENT IS NOTTHIS DOCUMENT The next step is to align specific products to viable technologies of interest to determine the ROI of the technologies This can be done internally or PTR can do this
  3. 3. Executive summary Scope of Work: • Xxxxxx • Xxxxxx Opportunities in intelligent packaging: • Xxxxxx This involves: Recommended Next Steps: 1. Xxx 2. Xxx 3. Xxx 4. xxx RESPONSIVE PACKAGING SENSORS THAT DEFINE SHELF LIFE Slides 19-39 Slides 41-75 Slides 77-90 IOT/IOP FOR TRACK AND TRACE AND ENHANCED BRANDING The Executive Summary provides key takeaways on 1 page for ease of leadership communication
  4. 4. Overview • Allows for supply chain, package and product formula changes because shelf life to determined in the actual supply chain and product • Added value is in decreasing food waste and allowing flexibility with shelf life based on conditions at which the product has been exposed • QR codes have the IoP/IoT low potential with changing web-based delivery to consumers and supply chain • NFC and RFID sensors have the most potential when consumer interfaces are integrated with track and trace needed within the supply chain • A balanced cost and benefit of the technology in between the supply chain and brand owner is needed RESPONSIVE PACKAGING SENSORS THAT DEFINE SHELF LIFE IOT/IOP FOR TRACK AND TRACE AND ENHANCED BRANDING • Responsive Packaging (RP) senses, communicates, and then acts to extend the shelf life • Sensors sense stimuli and then release compounds to retard degradative reactions • Responses are be tailored for internal or external stimuli such as light, temperature, O2, microbial growth, or moisture The Overview summarizes that content on 1 page for ease of leadership communication
  5. 5. Recommendations 1. Assess categories in which 4 & 5 star Responsive packaging are most viable 1. Assess 4 & 5 star viability to track & trace and provide communication 2. Assess 4 & 5 star to track & trace and provide communication 3. Assess internal ability to indicate (shelf life, package disposal based on location) information via 4 & 5 star 1. Assess applicability of oxidation and microbial sensors to categories of CWIs with 4 & 5 stars 2. Assess if 4 & 5 star TTIs can be adapted for CWI framework and IP potential RESPONSIVE PACKAGING SENSORS THAT DEFINE SHELF LIFE IOT/IOP FOR TRACK AND TRACE AND ENHANCED BRANDING Recommendations direct efforts to rapidly communicate and hone in on what is required for implementation
  6. 6. Technical Evaluation: Intelligent Packaging RESPONSIVE PACKAGING SENSORS THAT DEFINE SHELF LIFE Slides 19-39 Slides 41-75 Slides 77-90 IOT/IOP FOR TRACK AND TRACE AND ENHANCED BRANDING This guide directs user focus into specific areas of interest
  7. 7. PTR Perspective 10-15 Slides on: • Value chain implementation of technologies • How to use this Technical Evaluation for different Stakeholders within your company • How to use this Technical Evaluation to use the value chain more effectively
  8. 8. RESPONSIVE PACKAGING Extend shelf life in 2 main ways through preventing oxidation and microbial growth Samples from Slides 19-39
  9. 9. OXIDATION MICROBIAL LIGHT-RESPONSIVE O2 SCAVENGING FILMS / LINERS HYDROGELS FOR ANTIOXIDANT RELEASE HYDROGELS TO ADJUST CHANGING LIGHT CONDITIONS CYCLODEXTRIN WITH REVERSIBLE INTERACTION FORMING WITH POLYMERS TEMPERATURE-RESPONSIVE HYDROGELS PH-RESPONSIVE HYDROGEL AND BIOACTIVE FILMS PH AND TEMPERATURE-RESPONSIVE HYDROGELS ENZYME-BASED BIORESPONSIVE HYDROGELS PH RESPONSIVE POLYSACCHARIDES TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION: Intelligent Packaging RESPONSIVE PACKAGINGThis is a visual overview of how the technologies are used to address provide packaging solutions in this area
  10. 10. TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION: Intelligent Packaging RESPONSIVE PACKAGING 1. Firm grasp of degradative reaction in foods 2. Packaging converter/machinery entity to enable low cost inclusion of sensor OverviewNET ASSESSMENT: How it Works • Responsive Packaging (RP) senses, communicates, and then acts to extend the shelf life • Focus of developments are on stalling oxidation and microbial growth • Sensors sense stimuli and then release compounds to retard degradative reactions • Responses are be tailored for internal or external stimuli such as light, temperature, O2, microbial growth, or moisture Value Chain for Success 1. Assess categories in which 4 & 5 star Responsive packaging are most viable 2. Define go/no go cost-benefit in value chain if implement Responsive packaging 3. Assess fit and cost of Responsive packaging in value chain 4. Implement Recommendations This is completed for this section to provide a rapid glimpse of the best technologies to pursue (and why) within this area
  11. 11. TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION: Intelligent Packaging CYCLODEXTRIN WITH REVERSIBLE INTERACTION FORMING WITH POLYMERS OXIDATION NET ASSESSMENT: How it Works Xxxxxx Opportunity Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxx XxxxxxResearch Underway Where Work is Happening/Partners Intellectual Property This is completed for all technologies that are on in 1-3 slides for each technology
  12. 12. SENSORS THAT DEFINE SHELF LIFE Indicate end of shelf life to consumers & retailers Samples from Slides 41-75
  13. 13. CWI FRESHNESS INDICATOR UV -CONSUME WITHIN (CWI) INDICATOR CO2-CONSUME WITHIN (CWI) AFTER OPENING- CONSUME WITHIN (CWI) TTI – ONVU TI – THERMOTRACE TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION: Intelligent Packaging SENSORS THAT DEFINE SHELF LIFE OVERVIEW TEMPERATURE INDICATOR TTI – TOPCRYO TTI TIMESTRIP & TIM ESTRIP COMPLETE TTI – THINFILM™ SMART LABEL TTI –FRESHCHECK TTI – CHECKPOINT TTI –MONITOR MARK MICROBIAL INDICATOR OXIDATION INDICATOR TOXINS & VEGETATIVE CELLS SENSOR VOC & TVB-N SENSOR MICROBE SENSOR PH FLUORESCENT DYE SENSOR H2S SENSOR O2 SENSOR TTI –FRESHPOINTTI – THERMAX TTI – RF WIRELESS TTI – ULTRA CONTACT & WIRELESS TI - FREEZEWATCH TI – THERMOTRACETI – ONVU ICE TI – WARMMARK TI – TECTROL CHECK This is a visual overview of how the technologies are used to address provide packaging solutions in this area
  14. 14. TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION: Intelligent Packaging SENSORS THAT DEFINE SHELF LIFE 1. Firm grasp of degradative reactions in food of concern 2. Retail partnership to ensure stock rotation protocol 3. Consumer research to ensure proper communication OverviewNET ASSESSMENT: How it Works • Allows for supply chain, package and product formula changes because shelf life to determined in the actual supply chain and product • Added value is in decreasing food waste and allowing flexibility with shelf life based on conditions at which the product has been exposed • Oxidative and Microbial Sensors measure the actual degradative reaction is measured and communicated to consumer in a meaningful way such as green color for OK to consumer and red color for not OK to consume • Consume within (CWI) provide a date at which product can be consumers and are consumer preferred • TTIs integrate time and temperature for predictive likely product deterioration via oxidation, microbial growth, non- enzymatic browning, and browning reaction • TIs indicate highest temperature reached Value Chain for Success 1. Assess applicability of oxidation and microbial sensors to categories 1. Define go/no go cost-benefit in value chain if implement CWI 2. Assess fit and cost of CWIs with more than 4 stars 2. Assess applicability of CWI to categories 1. Assess if 4 star TTIs can be adapted for CWI framework and IP potential 2. Assess categories in which CWI are most viable 3. Define go/no go cost-benefit in value chain if implement CWI 4. Assess fit and cost of CWIs with more than 4 stars 3. Implement Recommendations This is completed for this section to provide a rapid glimpse of the best technologies to pursue (and why) within this area
  15. 15. TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION: Intelligent Packaging VOC & TVB-N SENSOR • MICROBIAL INDICATOR NET ASSESSMENT: How it Works Xxxxxx Opportunity Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxx XxxxxxResearch Underway Where Work is Happening/Partners Intellectual Property This is completed for all technologies that are on in 1-3 slides for each technology
  16. 16. IOT/IOP FOR TRACK AND TRACE AND ENHANCED BRANDING Enable food safety and confidence Consumers and supply chain Enhance consumer engagement Samples from Slides 77-90
  17. 17. TRACK & TRACE CONSUMER DIRECTED DUALWING PASSIVE UHF RFID TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION: Intelligent Packaging IOT/IOP OVERVIEW TRACK & TRACE ENHANCE BRANDING BRANDING QR CODE NFC SPEEDTAP NFC-THINAIRE SMART SOURCE NFC OPENSENSE This is a visual overview of how the technologies are used to address provide packaging solutions in this area
  18. 18. TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION: Intelligent Packaging IOT/IOP 1. Clear communication with consumer on information gathering 2. Internet of Packaging in combination with optimized Blockchain Technologies to provide secure data transfer from consumer and manufacturer perspectives 3. Tag recycling strategies OverviewNET ASSESSMENT: How it Works • QR codes have the IoP/IoT low potential with changing web-based delivery to consumers and supply chain • NFC and RFID sensors have the most potential when consumer interfaces are integrated with track and trace needed within the supply chain • A balanced cost and benefit of the technology in between the supply chain and brand owner is needed • QR • Printable at various production steps to target specific consumers, regions, seasons • Low cost variable communication • RFID • Identification of items using radio waves • Includes tag, antenna and a reader • The reader sends an interrogating signal to the tag via the antenna, and the tag responds with its unique information • Active or Passive RFID tags are available • NFC • Near Field Communication • Peer-to-peer communication • Acts as the reader and tag • Smartphones (iPhones) to read any NFC tags (announced in 2017) Value Chain for Success 1. Assess 4-5 star viability to track & trace and provide communication 2. Assess NFC viability to track & trace and provide communication 1. Define go/no go cost-benefit in value chain if implement 4-5 star maintenance and positioning 2. Assess internal ability to indicate (shelf life, package disposal based on location) information via 4-5 star 3. Implement Recommendations This is completed for this section to provide a rapid glimpse of the best technologies to pursue (and why) within this area
  19. 19. TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION: Intelligent Packaging NFC OPEN SENSE • TRACK & TRACE • ENHANCE BRANDING NET ASSESSMENT: How it Works Xxxxxx Opportunity Xxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxx XxxxxxResearch Underway Where Work is Happening/Partners Intellectual Property This is completed for all technologies that are on in 1-3 slides for each technology
  20. 20. Appendix Appendix includes: • Research References organizing by subject with pdfs • Key Research partners and people • Key institutes in which work is being done
  21. 21. Dr. Claire Sand, CEO Packaging Technology & Research, LLC Offering food science and packaging expertise in: • Coaching • Consulting • Technology • Strategy www PackagingTechnologyandResearch.com claire@packagingtechnologyandresearch.com 001 612-807-5341 Questions? Please ask! An interactive on-site or zoom presentation of the complete slide deck allows time for teams and leadership to engage and ask questions

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