Trends and possibilities in sustainable packaging

I recently read a McKinsey & Company article: “The drive toward sustainability in packaging – beyond the quick wins,” which discussed how concerns around single-use packaging waste is combining with other powerful trends to drive major changes in consumer packaging.

It highlighted that consumer awareness of packaging waste in oceans and landfills is driving this change and governments have started to respond to public concerns.

A key piece of advice was for organisations to ensure they have the right partnerships in place to respond to demands going forward.  

Blesbok Enterprises invests in true partnerships with our customers, delivering innovative and sustainable solutions that meet changing consumer demands. From recycled plastics such as Post-Industrial Recycling (PIR), Post-Consumer Recycling (PCR) and BioPlastics such as Sugarcane, Polylactic Acid (PLA) and SEPPA, through to compostable pouches, and other packaging options such as bamboo, composite, aluminium and paper – we tailor packaging and product solutions to meet individual customer requirements and sustainability targets.

Sugarcane is increasingly used by many of the large pharmaceutical and FMCG companies. Also known as ‘Carbon Capture’ and ‘Green Plastic’ it is a plant-based HDPE, with no visible differences from traditional fossil-based HDPE, and yet it uses renewable energy from sugarcane by-products.

The options are environmental benefits are endless, so if you’d like to know more about trends and possibilities in sustainable packaging and product options for your business, please reach out or visit We’d love to be an invaluable partner in your journey to more sustainable solutions.

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