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The Future Of Packaging Is “Sustainable”: Global Trends 2018
Press release from: BizzmanWeb
The packaging industry has seen a never- before shift from plastic to eco-friendly packaging in the last two years. As the most influential countries across the world take numerous initiatives to decrease the uses of plastic, the demand for more sustainable packaging materials continues to grow. European countries have been the earliest adopters of this trend and now Asian manufacturers have been following in their footsteps very fast.
“Major international fashion and apparel brands are using cardboard, paper and recycled paper-pulp materials for packaging and delivery,” said Mr. Pritam Kumar, creative head of BizzmanWeb “coping with this trend many small brands are choosing biodegradable materials, this is likely to change the packaging design industry entirely in next few years”.
Sustainable packaging can be an alternative to harmful plastic or chemical polymers for almost all industry verticals but the food & beverage industry is the largest sustainable packaging user globally. Printed paper bags, boxes with high aesthetic value are dominating market. According to a recent study, sustainable packaging market to grow at a CAGR of 5.3% by 2026. As of 2018, the human population has created over 200 million tons of plastic waste, so this popularity of sustainable packaging is expected to help achieve a greener and better environment in coming years.
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