Corrugated is 100% recyclable, 100% biodegradable and 100% renewable.

More than 80% of all corrugated packaging in Europe is made from recycled fibres. Any extra wood needed to replace the remaining amount is taken from forests, that are managed sustainably. Over the last twenty years in Europe, forest cover has actually increased by around 8% (source: Forest Europe)

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The Finish packaging sector has come together to produce a campaign highlighting the wide range of benefits of different packages. The Quite a Package! Campaign is a series of highly entertaining video animations following 2 characters called Siiri and Rolle, who explore the benefits of different packaging types as they go about their daily life.

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What do the French think of the cardboard as packaging material? According to a recent Ifop study they see it as a practical, economic and ecological multi-purpose material.

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Young British entrepreneur Jimmy Cregan came back from a trip to Australia with a goal: to develop and sell ale the very best iced coffee. Launched in April 2011 and retailing in high-end stores in England, Jimmy’s Iced Coffee benefitted from the ideal partner: high-quality printed corrugated retail-ready packaging (RRP) of 6 or 12 single-serve 330ml cartons.

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A French couple originally looking to enlarge their home to offer bed and breakfast facilities decided that they wanted to be involved in sustainable tourism development in their area. “We found out that a company was developing a new concept of cardboard house” said Nicole Lenoble.

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The New Year is underway and one New Year resolution is getting a unanimous vote: Stop wasting food. Individuals, but also market players and institutions are pledging to reduce food waste. The European Parliament wants to declare 2014 European Year Against Food Waste and has called for action to halve food waste by 2025. The European Commission has launched a working group on food losses and food waste assembling a variety of food chain stakeholders. 

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