PepsiCo wraps its snacks in Nodax

June 20, 2019 | Case Study

Flexible packaging has gained significant market traction in recent years due to advantages like minimal materials usage, ease of printability, low energy use in production, and low cost of transport. In addition, the high barrier potential of multilayer flexible packaging may help to extend the shelf life of products, making this format especially appealing in the food industry, where food waste is a large problem. Despite such advantages, challenges in collecting, sorting, and recycling flexible packaging have led to significant opposition from consumers and advocacy groups. In response, industry players are developing solutions and engaging with stakeholders across the value chain to enable a better end-of-life outcome for these articles.

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