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.
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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
Everyone loves the charm and style of our wood cheese boxes for cheese and other food products. Not only do they promote the food inside in an attractive and eye-catching way, they truly offer a green solution for food packaging. These wood cheese boxes come in various shapes and sizes and accommodate several printing techniques, including typography, pad printing, pyrography
Greening Ability In-mold labeling typifies one of the quieter but positive ecological features of plastic containers. A customized container for a milk or cheese product, for instance, stands apart from normal containers with outstanding art. Besides sharp graphics and design distinction without parallel, in-mold labeling products offer a new outlet for sustainability. These products are considerably washable and support
Show or Substance? Is dynamic visual presentation as important as the food inside? As food packaging manufacturers, we know that substance and appearance are connected to each other when it comes to any food product. When both elements work well, the end product entices customers and encourages healthy foodservice business. Surveying a shelf of product containers, consumers use