Key Terms & Outputs


  • V. Heinrich, Pack & Log, Circul-a-bility – Nachhaltigkeit von Lebensmittelverpackungen neu gedacht, May 2021 - Downloadable PDF

  • Guest article (in German): “Lebensmittelverpackung: Ein Fall für die Wissenschaft”, Dr Victoria Krauter, 25th May 2021 - Link

  • Article on First Circulability Conference (in Portuguese): “1.ª Conferência Circul-A-Bility”, Tecnoalimentar, June 2021 - Link

  • Press Release on Alpha Galileo: “European scientists unite to shape the future of food packaging”, European Cost Action 7th June 2021 - Link

  • AzoCleanTech, 8th June 2021: European Scientists Collaborate to Develop Sustainable Food Packaging for the Future" - Link

  • Article in Der Standard (in German): “Andere Länder, anders verpackte Waffeln” ; Alois Pumhösel, 18. June 2021 - Link

  • Article in Blab Magazine: ““Alimentare - arriva la rivoluzione de Circul-a-bility”; Giancarlo Colelli, 22th June 2021 - Downloadable PDF 

  • Paper: Tsochatzis, E., Lopez, J.L., Corredig, M. 2022 "Chemical testing of mechanically recycled polyethylene terephthalate for food packaging in the European Union".  Resources, conservation & recycling. 179, 106096 - Link 

  • Paper: Anna Trubetskaya, Philip Benjamin Vincent Scholten, Milena Corredig: "Changes towards more sustainable food packaging legislation and practices.
    A survey of policy makers and stakeholders in Europe".
    Elsevier, Food Packaging and Shelf Life 32 (2022) 100856 - Link


  • Radio show and TV appearance of Merete Edelenbos, Aarhus University, on “Should we drop plastic packaging of fruit and vegetables?
    Danish Radio 4; Listen to the talk on this link and LinkedIn


  • Presentation conference: Corredig, M., Colelli, G., Chrysochou, P., Dorney, K.R. Increasing impact for sustainable food packaging research: a call for participation in the circul-a-bility network. 16th international European forum on systems dynamics and innovation in food networks.

How to acknowledge COST

This article/publication is based upon work from COST Action “CA19124 Circul-a-bility” (, supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology)

Use of COST visual identity

For any communication relating to this Cost action, i.e. presentations, posters, flyers, brochures, scientific articles, or books, please use the Cost and EU logo (download here).

  • For presentations, there is a specific template which you can download here.
  • For further information please use refer to the Cost brand book, download here
  • A virtual background for all COST related online meetings can be found here.       

Presentations from our first General Assembly Meeting 2021

Summary slide of the Cost Action 2021.

Freely useable in order to promote, acknowledge, and inform about Circul-a-bility