New packaging bags came out: 36% of the packaging ingredients come from sugarcane
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core tip: in the process of launching its three new bread varieties to consumers on the east coast of the United States, Eureka! The new packaging is adopted and complements the news of "meeting all the needs of consumers", Eureka! Said Mike Johnson, the brand owner and assistant brand manager of bimbobakeriesusa (BBU). 36% of this new polyethylene bread bag comes from bio based materials
[China Packaging News] recently, eurek can not only replace aluminum and plastic a, but also launch a new type of bread packaging bag in the East Coast market of the United States. It is understood that 36% of the ingredients in PE bread bags come from sugarcane
36% of the new polyethylene bread bags come from bio based materials
in the process of introducing its three new bread varieties to the hydraulic experimental machine for consumers on the east coast of the United States, Eureka! The new packaging is adopted and complements the news of "meeting all the needs of consumers", Eureka! Said Mike Johnson, the brand owner and assistant brand manager of bimbobakeriesusa (BBU). 36% of this new polyethylene bread bag comes from bio based materials
new technologies meet the needs and wishes of consumers
Jason said: "Consumers are very positive about the adoption of sustainable packaging by professional technicians in the industry. Because adhesive itself is a volatile organic compound, when consumers first found Eureka!, we think it is also the best time for them to discover this new packaging technology. Braskem 'sgreenpe technology is very in line with the needs and wishes of consumers who pay attention to organic products."
Eureka! Organic bread is baked with organic whole grain, uses high-quality ingredients, and does not contain artificial colors, preservatives, or high fructose corn syrup. The packaging of this product has been certified by the organic certification agency of the United States Department of agriculture. In 2012, the 27 ounce package was first launched and sold in major grocery stores in the United States, which was deeply loved by consumers
in addition to its bio based advantages, Eureka! The new packaging can also greatly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. According to the life cycle analysis carried out by Braskem company, for each ton of plastic produced, green plastic will receive about 2.15 tons of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. In order to help consumers recognize the green plastics in stores, Braskem created a kind of sealed packaging to ensure the recycled content of plastics. In addition, because green PE has the same characteristics as PE from fossil fuels, it can be completely integrated with the bag making process and 100% recyclable
PE base comes from the "new carbon" of plants, which can be 100% recycled.
Jason confirmed that "the barrier to converting to green PE is very small, because bio based PE and petrochemical based PE have the same mechanical and other properties, and the only difference is that bio based PE is the" new carbon "from plants rather than the" old carbon "of petroleum products"
bbu began to use 36% bio based content. "In order to balance the quality of the material, 36% bio based ingredients are enough to make this bread bag have enough sustainable influence."
Jason admitted that there are certain costs for adopting new technologies, but he also said that with the continuous growth of market opportunities, these costs have begun to decrease. Eureka! BBU is the first brand to use green PE. Before developing other brands, the company will pay close attention to the performance of the film and consumer feedback
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