Less is More in Packaging
October 05, 2018 - 2 MINUTE READ
When beverage manufacturers, retailers and restaurants all want the same thing, the pressure is on. In this case, it’s marrying sustainability goals with lightweight packaging options.
Food Ingredients First published several examples of how lightweighting reduces a products carbon foot print without sacrificing consumer experience. The key here is consumer experience. As is the case with other lightweighting applications, the performance has to be enhanced or very least maintained. That is if you have a hope at being successful!
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