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alec
03-12-2014, 02:56 PM
For those of you that sell or produce packaged goods.

What's your stance on biodegradable packaging? Do you like using it where possible?

I know that business cost is a thing that matters a lot but personally I'd be inclined to spend a little more and package my goods in environment friendly packaging. It makes a good selling point with some people and it also makes you feel good! I'd even print some interesting eco advice on my boxes to encourage proper disposal or recycling.

angelicagapit
03-13-2014, 12:31 AM
If you're willing to raise your costs in order to utilize environmental friendly packaging, then you should promote the packaging of your products because that will increase the value of your brand.

People find environment friendly brands as more appealing than those that harm the environment. You should make your customers aware that the packaging is friendly to the environment, and that can increase the value of your brand in general.

gadgetised
03-13-2014, 01:24 AM
I agree, you should for sure promote the fact that your packaging is environmentally friendly and that your business is environment conscious. People will love it!

alec
03-13-2014, 05:25 AM
Thanks for the advice! So you guys think it would be better to advertise and make the environment friendly packaging a selling point. Might work out. The added cost may result in free advertising true, since these days people tend to be more conscious about the way they dispose of the unwanted packaging.

Now I'm curious to look online and see if there are places that list businesses that promote such packaging.

fredkawig
03-13-2014, 09:39 AM
Thanks for the advice! So you guys think it would be better to advertise and make the environment friendly packaging a selling point. Might work out. The added cost may result in free advertising true, since these days people tend to be more conscious about the way they dispose of the unwanted packaging.

Now I'm curious to look online and see if there are places that list businesses that promote such packaging.

Good to hear there are people who would not sacrifice the environment for profit. We have few multi-million companies that practice such which is really saddening. Usually businesses who do this are honest small business people.

Lithium
03-14-2014, 10:11 AM
I haven't tried it. I know they're better and they'd keep my consciousness clean, but they're not profitable in my country.

idlecuriosities
03-18-2014, 12:31 PM
For those of you that sell or produce packaged goods.

What's your stance on biodegradable packaging? Do you like using it where possible?

I know that business cost is a thing that matters a lot but personally I'd be inclined to spend a little more and package my goods in environment friendly packaging. It makes a good selling point with some people and it also makes you feel good! I'd even print some interesting eco advice on my boxes to encourage proper disposal or recycling.

I agree 100% with the sentiment of this post. I know the proper way to run a business is to put profit line above all else, but I consider myself a principled man. There are some things that I find more important than how much money is in my bank account at the end of the day. This is one of those things. We must do what we can to help protect our environment.

SteakTartare
03-19-2014, 09:39 PM
What's your stance on biodegradable packaging? Do you like using it where possible?

Honestly, no, I don't. The last I really looked into it was in the early 2000s and it didn't work out in the bottom line. I could and probably should look into it again.


If you're willing to raise your costs in order to utilize environmental friendly packaging, then you should promote the packaging of your products because that will increase the value of your brand.

Agreed with this big time. Being as environmentally-friendly as possible is important to many consumers, so its worth mentioning the fact.

Taru
03-21-2014, 03:08 AM
I'd like to, but it's just not practical for me to do so as of now. I use both boxes and plastic materials to ensure the safety of my goods, and having to shift to more environmentally friendly materials would just entail the need for customization, and seeing as I'm not that big of a business and don't generate that much waste anyway, I think this should do for now. Hopefully, soon, the standards would be set wherein the materials would be more available for everyone, but as for now, I am opting to follow the current standard as being environmentally friendly is probably not going to be a big draw for my audience anyway.

MahaKarthi
09-26-2014, 08:05 AM
Plan the business strategy step by step, first promote your product, and at the same time utilize eco friendly packing. By doing so your brand will get easy advertisement. Going green is the In Thing now!

Tyler - ICC
03-08-2017, 07:02 AM
Agree 100%! We create packaging for customers and, at first, having a recyclable container wasn't a priority for us. Things changed when other companies started saying that our tin can packaging was not environmentally safe. We knew we needed to prove them wrong and it turned into a big win for us! This page actually shows our stance on recyclable tin can packaging (http://www.independentcan.com/sustainability/).

zdkformations
06-21-2017, 06:40 AM
In such a case, you should promote your brand by stating the value of environment friendly packing as now there are millions of people who are conscious about environment. I would suggest you to to hire a digital marketing company that offers to promote your brand and include the advantages of environmental friendly packing. This would be a great way to boost the online sale and make change in the environment as well.

TheDogLine
11-16-2017, 12:42 AM
I absolutely agree. Although these environmentally friendly initiatives are primarily selfless in nature, they offer additional benefits such as allowing companies to build better reputations among their likeminded customers.

jainsonsindia
11-17-2017, 06:09 AM
I appreciate your thoughts for recycled packaging materials. yes it does increase the total cost of the product by ultimately you are happy to know that you have contributed to the environment in a positive way.

Suman Verma
11-24-2017, 01:31 AM
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10-26-2018, 04:11 AM
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joeep
03-23-2019, 06:29 PM
A little late to this, but just wanted to add that we stumbled into more eco packaging by accident- we got a delivery of bio "peanuts", instead of the styrofoam , and found out they are much easier to handle! A bit more in cost, but worth it! never went back. They dont "fly" around as easily when dispensing them into a box/package. After a while our customers took notice, and replied with compliments.

vasudigi
04-10-2019, 06:15 AM
compressed palm leaf packaging is a eco friendly due to natural leaf,

EdwardParkernl
05-13-2019, 04:54 AM
Yes, its good, packaging should be environment friendly.

rahulsh63
07-25-2019, 01:20 AM
Eco-friendly bundling is generally produced using biodegradable, reused material which lessens the misuse of regular assets for creation. Likewise, the assembling procedure will in general be progressively proficient, further diminishing valuable assets and limiting the negative effect organizations have on the earth.

essencepk
10-11-2019, 01:58 AM
By using eco-friendly packaging materials, you can reduce your company's impact on the environment. Green packaging is better for the environment because it's made from recycled waste material and requires fewer resources to produce.

Sunil C
12-20-2019, 04:38 AM
Recycle is the best way to protect nature. Please collect all the materials after unpacking and handover to the recycler.