We are excited to share another round of innovative and sustainable packaging from FPA’s 2020 Flexible Packaging Achievement Awards Competition! Check out our December spotlights listed below to learn about the benefits of each package, the manufacturers behind the creation, and brands that are using these packages for their products.
The use of a 300 line screen on the Augason Farms Spiff-E-Whip pouch bag makes the cake look edible, the strawberries vibrant, and the marble table beneath has a subtle touch with minimal gain. Printing white this clean is a challenge, especially when dealing with highlights. To learn more about the manufacturer, visit their website here.
Organic Girl Three Heart Romaine Stand-up Pouch Using PCR (Post-Consumer Recycled Resin)
Replacing the non-recyclable PET primary web, this 100% recyclable PE (polyethylene) web package, incorporates single source feedstock PCR (post-consumer recycled resin) which is FDA certified for Direct Food Contact. PCR makes up 30% of the total package. To learn more about the manufacturer, visit their website here.
Creminelli Salami Minis’ lightweight flexible packaging is ideal for e-commerce. Featuring a press-to-close zipper closure, the 3-side seal pouch offers convenience and portability for consumers. To learn more about the manufacturer, visit their website here.
The recyclable pouch with PCR for Method’s dishwasher pods combines two key sustainability attributes without sacrificing product protection or shelf appeal. Originally packaged in a PET/PE laminate film, this new format carries the How2Recycle in-store drop-off recyclable claim and contains over 20% PCR content. To learn more about the manufacturer, visit their website here.