Our Daily Wines, the #1 USDA certified organic wine in the U.S., has released Our Daily Cabernet Sauvignon in a convenient, eco-friendly 1.5-liter bag-in-box package. On shelves this month, the new offering joins the Our Daily Red Blend, already available in the box.
Sustainability impacts the conversation around packaging as consumers become progressively more aware of the impact brands have on the environment. Sustainability is especially important among younger consumers.
Green Cell Foam by KTM Industries Inc. has been creating bio-based material for thermal protection and protective packaging applicants for nearly 20 years. The Michigan-based company takes U.S. grown, non-GMO corn and extrudes its starch into foam material.
MetsäBoard's new Prime FBB EB features a medium barrier against moisture and grease, making it suitable for food and food service packaging. It also can be recycled in paper or paperboard waste streams.
It’s no secret that brands, regardless of industry, are constantly exploring new ways to incorporate sustainability into their products or business models. But there are still plenty of surprises coming from consumers when it comes to buying eco-friendly products.
Sustainably Yours Natural Cat Litter’s packaging design reflects the simple makeup of the litter and highlights the green mission behind this new brand. It also has a convenient window so consumers can see the clean, white litter.
More than ever consumers are concerned with supporting ethical businesses with environmentally conscious practices. They are growing increasingly aware of what they consume, the waste they create and the businesses that are aligned with this ethos.
We can’t avoid plastics—they’re everywhere in our lives from our kitchen appliances to the doctor’s office. Contrary to popular belief, all plastics aren’t the same. There are many types of eco-green packaging options comprised of sustainable plastics available today for all types of products, and they can hold the opportunity for huge savings in your business operation.
Kit & Kin, a new family brand featuring nappies (diapers) that combine premium performance with bio-degradability, alongside a range of certified natural skincare for mothers and babies, was co-founded by Emma Bunton (Baby Spice of the Spice Girls band).
This issue of Packaging Strategies highlights alcohol consumption trends during coronavirus including social media engagement; how to get the best pricing for your business and your customers; when and how to automate your packaging line; a jerky snack brand redesign; the importance of flexible packaging; and the tipping point in eCommerce.