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The technology behind the most cost-effective, flexible sustainable packages

Food, personal hygiene, pharmaceutical, industrial, and chemical companies, along with many others, are looking today for ways to make packaging more sustainable. Read this White Paper from J&J to find out how to attain sustainability, flexibility, and superior price and performance.
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Food, personal hygiene, pharmaceutical, industrial, and chemical companies, along with many others, are looking today for ways to make packaging more sustainable. Film-based bags offer an ideal option when cans, bottles, and boxes present technical difficulties or raise cost concerns. Film-based bags are efficient to transport, store, and convert. These bags reduce the amount of recycled material; thus making them eco-friendly as well.

This packaging is also attractive for a number of reasons including:
* Shelf appeal
* Market differentiation
* Convenience features
* Economies of scale

Bags are ideal for product-line extensions. Film barrier properties more than meet today’s longer shelf-life requirement and an increasing range of products can be packed in film-based bags.

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