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Cardboard Boat Races

Corrugated cardboard is a resilient material; strong, insulating and cushioning. It is widely used to transport goods, but on a few days of the year, cardboard can also be found transporting people on the water. The time to sign up for novelty boat races is...

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Is your Packaging Hard to Recycle?

Packaging design always used to prioritise styles, colours and designs with shelf appeal. To get the right look, designers would mix and match layers of packaging materials and the result could be visually stunning. Priorities have changed and whilst beautiful packaging is still desired, environmental considerations...

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Recognised & Trusted Labels on Packaging

According to Statista research*, 47% of women and 43% of men check food labels on packaging before making a purchase. What information do consumers seek out before buying? Check the Packaging When in the shop or supermarket, some customers simply grab a product, whilst others study labels...

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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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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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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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Packaging in a Digital World

The rise of digital technology led to many believing that the paperless office would be the norm in the 21st Century. Would this lead to paper mills and packaging manufacturers in the UK going out of business? According to packaging data collated by Ibis World, there...

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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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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...