Recyclable, biodegradable, and compostable packaging are revolutionizing the food industry by offering eco-friendly alternatives. In this post, we explore the potential of these packaging options and provide suggestions on how consumers can contribute to a greener packaging future. Recyclable Packaging: Choose products packaged in recyclable materials to minimize waste and conserve resources. Ensure proper sorting and recycling of packaging materials
Plastic waste has become a pressing global concern, leading to the search for sustainable solutions. One concept that has gained attention is plastic compostability. But can plastic truly be 100% compostable? In this blog post, we delve into the truth about the composability of plastic, examining the facts behind this widely discussed topic. Understanding Compostable Plastic: Compostable plastic refers to
As the world becomes more environmentally conscious, businesses are looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint and make sustainable choices. One area that has come under scrutiny is food packaging. One alternative to the more prevalent plastic food packaging is food packaging made with wood. In this post, we’ll discuss the benefits of using food packaging made with wood.
Many companies are beginning to refocus on sustainable packaging alternatives looking for more sustainable options to offer their customers. This has been further driven by new laws in Europe banning single use plastics entirely and new legislation in the United States. In New Jersey, beginning in 2024, recycled content will be required in many types of products. Rigid plastic containers
Sustainability is a key issue in food packaging. Almost 60% of consumers want their packaging to be more sustainable and 40% are willing to pay a little more in the process. (source: Asia Pulp and Paper 2013 survey) The fast food, consumer goods and beverage markets, in particular, have work to do on their sustainable packaging. Sustainability standards are measured
EPP Expanded polypropylene (EPP), very similar to EPS, it is also obtained from rigid polymer beads heat expansion, resulting in closed cell foam which is flexible, lightweight and heat/cold resistant, an environmentally-friendly product. It has a better shape memory, giving it greater resilience and allowing it to deform without breaking. 100 % recyclable. PP Polypropylene (PP) is a