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Needs of plastic in custom food packaging

In one of the incidents, it was found that a store in Amsterdam made headlines by introducing an aisle without plastic packaging and by doing so he became the first one in Amsterdam to do so. Now it m...

4 types of reusable shopping bags that are eco-friendly

Most consumers are nowadays environment conscious and are looking for the products coming in eco-friendly and sustainable packaging. Thanks to the “go green movements” and environment awareness ca...

Benefits of Biodegradable Plastic Bags

Biodegradable items tend to break down into natural materials by the microorganisms without harming the environment. The examples of biodegradable items are food scraps, wood, cotton, human and animal...

The best diy ideas to reuse the empty plastic bottles

DIY is the next big thing! It is eco-friendly, challenging, and it is awesome. Drawing imaginative lines on the cloud is so possible today (speaking metaphorically), all you have to d...

7 Types of Plastics and Which One You Should Use

Although go green movements are on the rise worldwide, plastics are still a packaging necessity for food products. The reason is pretty simple—they are inexpensive, easy to handle and easily availab...

5 amazing eco-friendly packaging tips to make a better tomorrow

From consumers to producers, nowadays everyone seems to be environment-conscious. This has lead to increase in demand of eco-friendly packaging. Learn here some tips to integrate sustainable packages ...

Going Green is Not Easy:Top Green Packaging Challenges

Today’s consumers are more aware of environmental issues, thereby focusing on the eco-friendly products like green packaging. Industries embrace green packaging as it lowers the carbon footprint and...

What is Packaging Waste Doing to Our Environment?

Whether it’s your favorite mushroom pizza, iPod, or a gaming console, every consumer good comes in a nice packaging. Once you unwrap the product, you just throw away the packaging (well, everyon...