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DuPont Calls for Entries For Packaging Awards

November 15, 2005

In cooperation with Campden and Chorley-wood Food Research Association, Gloucestershire, UK and the National Food Processors Association, Washing-ton, DC, DuPont has announced its call for entries for the 17th DuPont Awards for Innovation in Packaging.
Packaging designers, converters, consumer and industrial packagers and equipment manufacturers are eligible to submit new product packaging developments that have plastic materials as an essential component. Entries do not need to include a DuPont product to be eligible.
Entry forms can be obtained at www.dupont.com/packaging. The deadline for submission is April 22. Winners will be announced at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia, PA.
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