SIG joins food innovation platform MISTA

SIG has joined MISTA, the San Francisco-based food innovation platform, which connects food, ingredient, and food tech companies globally.

SIG joins food innovation platform MISTA

In early November, SIG participated in the MISTA in Action event held in San Francisco.

MISTA is a platform that brings together leaders from the global food and beverage industry to collaboratively explore ways of transforming the global food system into a more regenerative and sustainable one.

Norman Gierow, Director of Global Customer Marketing & Positioning at SIG, emphasized the company's commitment to providing comprehensive solutions for customers while acknowledging the shared challenges faced by the entire food and beverage industry. Gierow highlighted the importance of collaboration with like-minded industry partners in addressing these challenges. Being a part of MISTA allows SIG to engage with businesses and partners seeking innovative and regenerative solutions to transform the food and beverage sector sustainably.

Scott May, Founder and Head of MISTA, expressed excitement about SIG joining the MISTA network. He recognized SIG's expertise in aseptic filling and sustainable packaging solutions, along with their global test filling and co-creation capabilities. May believes that SIG's contributions will empower network members to bring new product concepts to life and collectively co-create next-generation solutions.


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