Consisting of at least 75% renewable paperboard derived from responsibly managed forests, Elopak’s beverage cartons use second generation certified renewable polyethylene (PE) made of European-sourced biomass (not in competition with the food supply), with the goal to replace all fossil-based raw materials with renewable alternatives as part of its Future Proofed Packaging Strategy.
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The Tite-Pak system from Graphic Packaging uses the benefits of a fiber-based, paperboard product instead of corrugated to provide a strong handle for glass bottle packaging. Further, a new technique protects the bottles at the heels, replacing previous partition system with a series of strategically-place ins at the bottom of the package.
Suitable for yogurt, ice cream, snacks, pet food and more, DuoSmart from Coveris combines the advantages of both plastic (PS, PP, PP/EVOH, PLA, or PET) and a paper sidewall, presenting a functional, secure, and highly-decorative packaging solution.