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Introducing Navilens to Packaging

Children’s cereal packets are renowned for being bright and some are receiving an extra splash of colour in the form of a Navilens code. This multi-coloured square is designed to improve accessibility for people with visual impairments; let’s find out more. What is Navilens? Navilens works in...

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Supply Chain Sustainability

With growing concerns around social and environmental impact, it’s not enough to know that your processes are sustainable. Companies need to be curious and discerning about their supply chains. Is every step of the process ethical? For some products, the product and packaging supply chains are...

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What is a Circular Economy?

Terms like ‘Circular Economy’ and ‘Regenerative Production’ come up in conversations around sustainability. They inform product and packaging design, business planning and marketing messages, but what do they mean? Following on from our article about environmental claims, brands need to have a collective understanding of eco...

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Fishing for Fresh Business Opportunities

According to UK Start-up Statistics, 65% of employees dream of becoming their own boss. In 2019/2020, 665,495 new businesses were founded. One of these was C & J Fishery; a family-run business that turned their dream into reality. Introducing C & J Fishery This London-based business is...

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Environmental Claims Under Scrutiny

Brand commitments, consumer influence and Government targets are shifting focus towards design, production, use and reuse which reduces environmental impact. Products that claim to be eco-friendly influence purchasing decisions, so going green is a good move for business. The majority of consumers want to make purchases...

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Tackling the Blemish of Waste in Beauty Packaging & Products

The beauty industry is known to produce high volumes of packaging, amounting to around 120 billion units per year. Much of this is not recycled. Many beauty brands are keen to ditch the reputation for excessive packaging, single-use materials and an on-trend throw-away culture. Companies including...

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Gin Tasting Subscription Boxes

There has been a resurgence in gin production and consumption in the past 5 years. By the end of 2020, over 560 gin distilleries were registered in the UK; that’s double the number in 2016. Many of these are small, independently-owned enterprises, crafting exciting new...

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What’s Inside the Cake Box?

Demand for occasion cakes dipped when social gatherings were off the cards, but weddings, birthday celebrations and other social gatherings are back. So is the desire for an eye-catching, edible centrepiece. According to Mintel’s UK Cake Report, there are 4,500 small craft bakeries in the UK....

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Championing Sustainability in Organic September

Feeding the world whilst keeping food prices as low as possible is a challenge for producers. Intensive farming has provided a way to meet demands, yet whilst it keeps prices down, the cost to the environment, animal welfare and consumer health are high. Organic September highlights...

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Please Recycle Cardboard

Corrugated cardboard can be recycled, with the same fibres being reused seven times to create new boxes. This recycling process saves on raw materials, energy use and transportation costs. As the supply of cardboard has been lower than demand throughout 2021, as many boxes as possible...