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Myntra: Initiating a Pathway for Seamless Adoption and Transition to Sustainable Packaging across the Value Chain

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Packaging offers a visible and tangible indication of our commitment to creating a sustainable ecosystem and moving towards a 100 percent elimination of single-use plastic is a major step and a significant milestone in the direction of sustainable practices. An integral part of Flipkart Group — Myntra is a major......
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Myntra Achieves 100 Percent Plastic-free Packaging Delivery

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Myntra steps up its sustainability game during its ongoing Myntra Big Fashion Festival by replacing bubble wraps, plastic cello tapes and polycovers with shredded materials and paper tapes/covers/boxes. October 13, 2021 In an effort to reduce plastic waste, Myntra, India’s biggest fashion and lifestyle e-commerce giant had incorporated plastic-free packaging......
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Reinventing Functionality of Paperboard: Liquid Handwash Green Pack

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Many of us are familiar with the phrase “reduce, reuse, recycle” from our vocabulary – and today it has become an important factor for brands to reflect these same values in their product’s packaging. Not only to help the environment but also to increase brand loyalty among environmentally conscious consumers.......
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Burger King Rolls Out Green Packaging Pilot Program

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Burger King tests alternatives for cutlery, straws, drink lids, frypods®, whopper® wrappers and napkins and expands loop reusables test in partnership with The Coca-Cola Company and Kraft Heinz. May 4, 2021 Burger King® is committed to being part of a more sustainable future by reducing its environmental footprint. That’s why......

Green Packaging Demand in US to Reach USD 41.7 Billion in 2014

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Demand for green packaging - comprised of recycled content, reusable and degradable packaging – is projected to increase 3.9 percent yearly to USD 41.7 billion in 2014, consuming 58 billion pounds of material, says The Freedonia Group, a market research firm. According to Freedonia's new study, Green Packaging, growth will outpace overall packaging demand but will remain relatively moderate due...