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This past summer, the Government of Canada announced a new initiative supporting its zero plastic waste commitment. The proposed Pollution Prevention Planning Notice (P2 Notice) for primary food packaging would require Canada’s grocery retailers to prepare and implement a pollution prevention plan that supports and promotes a circular economy.
Transitioning from single-use plastics (SUPs) is challenging. It’s hard enough to know which products to select, but how can you avoid risk from material additives such as PFAS?
Manufacturers have stopped production on most products covered by the new single-use plastic bans. Now is the time to understand what alternatives are available.
Which plastic alternatives should you choose to replace food packaging and foodservice products included in the single-use plastic bans? We’ve developed a convenient Sustainable Packaging Selection Guide to eliminate the confusion and help you better understand the alternative materials and products available.
Now more than ever, customers are taking packaging into consideration when making purchasing decisions. Here are some considerations to keep in mind when choosing food packaging for your business.
What will the lasting impacts of the pandemic be on the grocery industry? No one has a crystal ball, but the pandemic highlighted challenges in the industry and raised the question as to what “normal” might look like in future.
Strong, long-lasting, lightweight. The benefits that first made plastic popular for packaging are now the reasons why identifying alternative solutions is important. Here’s what you need to know about plastic packaging alternatives.
Whether at a restaurant or simple dine-in area, customers expect foodservice areas to be clean from top to bottom. If your facility has an eat-in area, follow these cleaning tips to ensure your guests have a great experience.
While these terms are often used interchangeably, they don’t actually mean the same thing. This leaves many wondering, “What’s the difference between biodegradable and compostable packaging?” Let’s break it down.