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Our definition of sustainable packaging starts by considering all stages of the packaging lifecycle, and then using credible science and data as the means to support our claims. Download this guide to help you identify the five primary elements of the packaging lifecycle, outline the sustainability benefits of each, and see examples of our packaging solutions that align with every step.
Reduce food and packaging waste with these curbside-recyclable box liners that protect temperature-sensitive and perishable goods in transit for up to 48 hours. Made 100% of paper, it's a great, sustainable packaging solution for direct-to-consumer foods, meals, and phamaceuticals.
Now available in Europe and the United Kingdom, CRYOVAC® brand recycle-ready shrink bags and shrinkable rollstock. Certified to align with APR and PRE standards, these materials are proven compatible with RIC4 recycling streams based on local availability.
Ten years ago, buying a toilet or a TV usually meant a trip to a home improvement or electronics store. Not anymore. Learn what's changing as you make the move to ship direct-to-consumer.
Case-ready packaging helps you move product to shelves quickly and provides shelf life up to 2X longer than meats that sit in the full-service counter. And with leakproof seals and freezer-readiness shoppers are taking notice.
How do you define recyclability and what types of claims work on packaging? Getting it right is easier than you think - but it pays to follow the rules. This article outlines some things you'll want to consider when making a change.