Lockdown provides a golden opportunity for ecommerce brands; it’s now up to them to ensure their packaging is...
Half of UK shoppers are willing to pay for more eco-friendly packaging, but has the coronavirus changed the game? Our Future of Packaging report, published in The Times, explores the Plastic Packaging Tax, balancing sustainability with design, the benefits of refillables, and more. The featured infographic looks at how consumers feel about using sustainable options to fight packaging waste.
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Consumers are demanding more transparency over the environmental footprint of the products they consume, driving a growing movement towards sustainable packaging
In their efforts to become more sustainable, businesses have tended to focus on climate change or plastic pollution, overlooking the equally serious problem of food waste
There is much more to sustainability than one easy solution. Achieving a truly circular economy requires a full view of the carbon footprint and life-cycle impacts of packaged products
When you choose glass packaging, you choose a packaging material that’s made from pure natural ingredients that don’t pollute. Glass packaging stands in a class all its own
We do not have to choose between protecting our planet’s ecosystem and meeting the human need for food, says Adolfo Orive, president and chief executive of Tetra Pak