Consumers love squeezable plastic pouches for food
from Pacific Standard
From Jan. 13:
In late 2015, 40,000 people presented Kraft Heinz, North America’s third-largest food company, with a singular demand: Quit selling your Capri Sun juice drink in flexible plastic pouches, a packaging form that has been intrinsic to the brand’s identity for more than 40 years. The pouches, the petitioners declared, were “designed for the dump” — neither reusable nor recyclable nor compostable. And given that Kraft was pumping out 1.4 billion of them annually, they amounted to a serious problem for the environment.
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