FOOD PACKAGING IN AUSTRALIA & THE MATERIALS USED
The food packaging industry grows as the manner of living in Australian cities grows. People having busier lifestyles leads them to wanting meals which are easier to handle, prepare and consume whether they are at home or on the run. The packaging materials that have usually been used in food packaging include glass, metals (aluminum, foils and laminates, tinplate, and tin-free steel), paper, paperboards and plastics. About 60% of these materials are recycled. Other common packages like pizza boxes/ take-out containers made out of cardboard may be recyclable.
CBF PRINT’S INTEREST IN THE ENVIRONMENT
CBF Print sees environment as one of the major concern when it comes to the impact of Food Packaging. CBF Print believes that the key to a successful food packaging is to choose the package material, design that best satisfy competing needs with regard to product characteristics, marketing considerations, environmental, waste management issues, and cost. Balancing so many factors is difficult and also requires a different analysis for each product. To establish a harmonious development in the environment, we must rethink our material and energy usage to interact more intelligently with the world in we live in.
CBF UNDERSTANDS RECYCLING BY PROMOTING LOW DEGRADABLE, FOREST ACCREDITED SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING PRODUCTS WHERE POSSIBLE
The main goal of food packaging is to protect the quality and safety of the product, however, it also brings damage on the environment that also leads to ecological problems.
CBF Print believes and understand the value of embracing the changing pattern of consumers moving towards eco behavior and as such we utilize sustainable sources and provide products where possible from recycled, biodegradable, certified organic or other environmentally friendly materials. Our commitment is to help the environment with quality and cost-effective options is now stronger than ever. We’re confident you’ll be 100% satisfied with our products, quality, attentive service and our focus on the environment.