Rethinking packaging: Digital tools enable reusable packaging to be reinvented as a sustainable solution

Reusable packaging is not new or novel: These solutions have existed for much longer than single-use packaging. However, digital tools are giving reusable packaging a new wave of life, potentially allowing for significant benefits and accommodating shifting consumer preferences around sustainability...

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