Food and beverage brands are bringing sustainability to their packaging by reducing their use of plastics, implementing renewable resources, establishing clear messaging, and encouraging consumers to reuse and recycle.
Although a variety of materials are used in food packaging, finding the right combination for your products depends on your branding and sustainability goals while maximizing protection, safety, and shelf life.
Right-size packaging utilizes the ideal amount of material for products without sacrificing branding elements or quality. In implementing right-size packaging, brands support sustainability efforts, save money, and appeal to consumers.
Packaging suppliers earn SQF certification by establishing and maintaining effective food safety practices as judged by a third-party audit. This enables them to deliver packaging solutions that come in direct contact with food products.
Hot foil stamping requires a custom die, heat, and pressure to apply foil to your folding cartons and/or printed materials, while cold foil relies on UV light. Both techniques add eye-catching luxury elements that will help you attract customers.
Innovative board options, such as tree-free substrates made from sugarcane bagasse and post-consumer paperboard created from recycled materials, have redefined what it means to have sustainable packaging.