Thermoformed paper for lunch meat packs
from Greener Package
Marks & Spencer is the first to commercialize a paper-based material that can be thermoformed on existing packaging lines. U.K. retailer Marks & Spencer, an avid innovator where sustainable packaging practices are concerned, has launched sliced luncheon meat in thermoformed packs made of Paperlite. Developed jointly by Marks & Spencer, Billerud, and Flextrus, Paperlite is said to be environmentally beneficial because it’s made from a renewable resource as opposed to being entirely petroleum-based and because its manufacturing is FSC-certified (Forest Stewardship Council).
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