On Friday the 8th of October, our Sales and Commercial Director Mark Kirby did an excellent job hosting our first webinar!
With sustainability on the rise, becoming a core focus for all companies, and with climate change at a critical rate, it is essential we do our bit for the planet. Sustainable packaging is forever evolving, and whilst certain aspects haven’t been perfected yet, we are excited to be at the forefront of positive change.
For this reason, Mark explored key considerations to provide safe, efficient, and impressionable sustainable packaging for the food and beverage industry to meet consumer demands and government targets.
Studies demonstrate that the food and beverage packaging industry is a significant source of the 269,000 tons of plastic pollution in oceans. With the heightened focus on sustainability, consumer preferences and targets must be reached, and businesses must respond.
The UK government is committed to eliminating the UK’s avoidable plastic waste by 2041. We believe businesses should use this time to make meaningful changes with real long-term benefits to the environment and their businesses.
The goal of this webinar was to educate, guide and support in making the process of sustainable food and beverage packaging efficient and exciting, informing attendees on the latest trends, and exploring key considerations such as time-sensitive supply chains, demands for hygiene and safe food handling.
Key topics covered include:
1. An introduction to the industry landscape
2. Key requirements for packaging in this sector and latest trends
3. Design and material capabilities
4. Projects in action
If you missed it, don't fret! You can watch the recording on our YouTube... click here or see below.
We will be hosting more of these surrounding different industries, so keep your eyes peeled on our socials and upcoming emailers (make sure to sign up below!)
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