USA: Tuna fish in pouches (Not Cans) and electronic packages are coming to Chicago supermarkets; McCormick place serves as host to world's largest packaging tradeshow
Chicago area supermarkets are changing. Soon, consumers will find tuna fish in a pouch, not a can. Spaghetti sauce and soups will be packaged in clear plastic containers. Pouches holding food, snacks, confections, flour and even pet food will "stand up" and feature reclosable seals. UPC codes will be replaced by electronic chips embedded in the package.
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