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Going-Zero-book

How to Live and Work Sustainably

On 31 March, a much-anticipated book is due to be released. ‘Going Zero: One Family’s Journey to Zero Waste & a Greener Lifestyle’ promises an honest account of fully embracing sustainability. Every decision made was informed by the family’s goal of minimising their environmental impact. As...

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Plastic Tax & How to Avoid Paying

Plastic pollution is a major environmental issue. Discarded plastic packaging is building up across all parts of the planet, even littering remote locations where plastic has never been produced. The Plastic Tax aims to initiate change among plastic packaging manufacturers and importers. Will your business...

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Launching a Subscription Box Company

In our previous article ‘A Growing Love for Subscription Boxes', we covered target customers, appeal and profitability.  Continuing on the theme, this article looks at: Planning Subscription Box Contents Marketing Subscription Boxes Customer Service Planning Subscription Box Contents With a clearer idea of what will appeal to...

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A Growing Love for Subscription Boxes

The UK population are falling in love with subscription boxes. More of us than ever are signing up for monthly deliveries. For those looking to launch a new business, subscription box services are relatively low cost to set up and the repeat custom aids financial...

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Boxes of Unwrapped Fruit & Veg

France has banned plastic wrapping for the majority of fruit and vegetables, but we are led to believe that plastic helps to keep food fresher for longer. We know there is an urgent need to reduce the volume of single-use plastic used in food packaging...

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Driving Down Carbon Emissions

As eco-friendly packaging suppliers, we manufacture recyclable cardboard boxes with at least 80% recycled fibre content. It’s great to sell a green product and help businesses move away from plastic packaging, yet this isn’t enough. Aylesbury Box Company are keen to minimise our environmental impact...

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Three Steps Towards Net Zero

The UK Government has committed to achieving Net Zero by 2050. This is a necessary target to protect our world, yet it is only achievable if we all play our part. What three steps are Aylesbury Box Company taking to minimise our environmental impact by...

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Upcycling & Recycling Cardboard Boxes

Corrugated cardboard is widely available, low cost and versatile. Both lightweight and strong, it can be modelled into all manner of shapes and items. With a flat, paper-based surface, it is easy to print. These properties make it ideal for protective, branded packaging. With a...

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What can we Learn from Easter Egg Packaging?

It’s hard not to notice that Easter Eggs started making an appearance on the supermarket shelves as soon as the Christmas stock had cleared. Perceived as one of the worst examples of excessive packaging, do Easter Eggs deserve their bad press? Excessive Packaging in Decline There is...

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Packaging and Labelling to Reduce Food Waste

As millions of families across the globe struggle to afford to put food on the plate, WRAP statistics reveal that 40% of all food produced is wasted. How can packaging and labelling play a part in keeping more produce in the supply chain? Food Loss and...