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Printed Packaging Reduces Waste

Are you fully confident about what packaging can be recycled? Research conducted by the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) suggests that at least half of us regularly bin recyclable materials in the general waste. This suggests that there is still confusion about what packaging materials...

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Is Sustainable Packaging Important to Customers?

As a manufacturer, brand or retailer, you will be keen to positively influence buying decisions. Packaging design plays an important role in this process, but does it matter which packaging materials are used? According to a Coleman Parks survey, which was commissioned by Pro Carton, 68%...

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Consumer’s Role in Influencing Packaging Materials

The scale of the global plastic problem makes it seem insurmountable. As individuals, we can feel disempowered. Even if we take a stand, how can we possibly make a difference? On our own, little can change, but we’re not on our own. Millions of people are...

Get Plastic Clever

Back in April, we wrote about Water To Go, one of our amazing customers who are committed to providing access to clean, safe to drink water in reusable water bottles. Their unique bottles include a filter that instantly makes river, pond or any non-salt water...

Edible Packaging

Driven by a passion for sustainable practices, the team at Aylesbury Box Company take interest in innovative packaging solutions. This has led us to research on the potential of mushrooms as an insulating packaging material. As fungi grow, they send out a network of underground fibres...

Wasps & Coffee: The Paper Story

Paper is an intrinsic part of everyday life. Take a look around you; even in a ‘paperless office’ there will be paper products. So where did this material originate? Paper production began in China, several thousand years ago. Initially a packaging material, it was used to...