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Using Adhesives and Tapes to Reduce Packaging

Corrugated paper with green leaves
Posted 04/13/2021 by Erin L'Hotta, Marketing Manager

Demand for a circular economy is changing how Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) brands design and package their products. Instead of producing in a linear fashion – where products are produced, used, and disposed of – it puts pressure on manufacturers to design with a "waste-out" approach. 

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Getting More From Your Core: Trends in the Disposable Hygiene Market

Grandfather and grandson in field
Posted 03/11/2021 by Nora Dreyer, Marketing Specialist, Personal Care

According to UNICEF, an estimated 140 million babies will be born in 2021, each of whom will require between 2,000 and 2,200 diapers in their first year of life. With this many diaper changes, the last thing any consumer wants is underperforming products, which cause discomfort to the baby. 

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How to Develop Liquid-Resistant Paper Straws

Paper Straws in Beverage
Posted 03/09/2021 by Erin L'Hotta, Marketing Manager, Paper Straws

As more and more consumers are adopting an “anti-plastic” movement mindset, paper straws are becoming an increasingly important alternative. Read this blog to learn about consumer attitudes toward paper straws and paper straw test methods for liquid resistance.

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Substances of Interest in Disposable Absorbent Hygiene Products

Parents and grandparents smiling at a newborn baby
Posted 02/26/2021 by Author: Ameara Mansour, Global New Product Director

Disposable absorbent hygiene products (AHPs), which are produced for baby, adult, and feminine care, have evolved with the availability of advanced materials, their superior function to drastically improve quality of care, and improved convenience

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Problem Solving: Paper straws in drinking beverages

Problem Solving: There Must Be a Better Straw, H.B. Fuller.
Posted 02/05/2021 by Erin L'Hotta, Rigid Packaging, Marketing Manager

Worldwide push in making paper straws a reality 

Focusing on moving away from the existing extractive industrial model, the main goal of the circular economy is to reestablish growth and focus on positive, society-wide benefits. Its main principles are to design out waste and pollution, to regenerate natural systems, and to keep products and materials in flow. Various industries and organizations have committed to remove plastic waste by 2030, and the potential for an established circular economy is close.  Now is the time to shape this into reality. As we head into a more sustainable future, paper straws, although a small part, will have considerable effect on the environment and how consumers will experience beverages. 

 

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