Graphic Packaging International Launches ProducePack Paperboard Packaging Solution Atlanta, Georgia based Graphic Packaging International (GPI) has an- nounced the launch of ProducePack, a sustainable paperboard packaging range of solutions for fresh produce. Aligned with Graphic Packaging’s Vision 2025 to be better stewards for the environment, the innovative carton offers brands and retailers an eco-friendly solution for a variety of applications with an artisan look that
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protects, preserves and presents fresh produce, from field to store. Pro- ducePack, available in multiple different configurations and structures, can offer comfortable carrying handles, beautiful branding and product differentiation in the otherwise monotonous produce aisle. Additionally, ProducePack offers another level of hygiene protection as the produce is prepacked and can reduce excessive handling in store. “At Graphic Packaging, product innovation never stops. We’re com- mitted to providing our customers with high-performing solutions that are relevant to the ever-evolving market and consumer needs,” said Jackie D’Ambrosio, Senior Manager, New Product Development – Omnichannel at Graphic Packaging. “We’re delighted that our innovative ProducePack range is proving to be a viable commercial solution for our customers that can make a positive contribution to the environment.” Leading Michigan apple distributor, BelleHarvest, recently introduced ProducePack to its three most popular apple varieties, Fuji, Honeycrisp and Gala. The 3-pound paperboard cartons developed for BelleHarvest, present a 100 percent recyclable, sustainable solution with consum- er-friendly features such as a quick ‘grab & go’ carry handles and striking graphics that create impactful branding in the produce aisle. Angela Sommers, Marketing Director at BelleHarvest, said, “69 percent of consumers prefer paper-based product packaging to plastic, and con- sumers see paper-based solutions as a trusted sustainable option. Our partnership with Graphic Packaging represents a natural shift towards re- specting the environment, while ensuring our nutritious, flavorful apples are readily available and in the best possible condition.” The fully scalable ProducePack range is designed to support brands and retailers around the world on their journey to plastic reduction and replacement. The patented intelligent design enables easy stacking through reinforced corners with stunning shelf appeal that grabs the eye of the consumer. Visit www.graphicpkg.com/products/producepack-pro- duce-packaging/ for more information.
February 15, 2021
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