Snact co-founder, Ilana Taub: “I can’t count the number of people who are impressed with the packaging, saying it’s such a great idea, and who say they will now buy our snacks even though they’ve been reluctant to buy things because they don’t like to create extra plastic waste”
Last year we saw a huge traction, mainly from converters and distributors, and hope to see the same this September,” said Elz Hotam, TIPA vice president of sales. He continued, “Most of our visitors weren’t aware of the extent to which compostable film technology has evolved, and how it has become so useful and practical for so many applications.
“The people who are consuming natural products tend to have a holistic view of what they’re putting in their bodies, and what their environments are made of” said Andrea Spirov Founder and CEO The B.O.S.S. Food Company. “It’s important to them to know that the packaging and the products that they’re consuming are going to be good for both them and the environment.”
TIPA Sustainable Packaging, a developer, and manufacturer of breakthrough bio-based, fully compostable, flexible packaging, announced today at Interpack 2017, a partnership with Jindal Films, a global leader in the development and manufacture of specialty biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP or OPP) films.
Jointly organized by the Sustainable Packaging Coalition (SPC) and Smithers Pira, SustPack 2017 took place from April 24-26 in Scottsdale, AZ. Nearly 500 sustainable packaging experts attended the event which was centered around the Inputs, Outputs, and Impacts of Packaging in Supply Chain Sustainability with a program focusing on a wide variety of session topics …
The dominant current industrial model involves “take, make and dispose of” and is inherently extractive in nature. On the other hand, the circular economy is restorative and regenerative by design. Relying on system-wide innovation, it aims to redefine products and services to design waste out, while minimizing negative impacts.