French preserved food association worried by hikes for cans

13 Mar 2017 − 

The French association of preserves suppliers FIAC says its members are facing significant price hikes for metal packaging made of tinplate and aluminium. 

Such mark-ups had serious consequences for the producers of preserves, especially since the share of cans in the overall cost of the product ranged from 15-40% depending on the specifications and intended purpose.

 ⇒ This is an excerpt from an article which will be published in EUWID Packaging Markets 6/2017 on 21 March.
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