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Plastic production is set to keep rising

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Did you know that plastic production is still rising, and is estimated to keep rising for the forseeable future?

It has been estimated that around 380 million metric tons of plastic are produced worldwide every year, with China one of the leading producers of plastic, generating a significant amount due to its large manufacturing sector and population. However, other countries like the United States, India, and European nations also contribute substantially to global plastic production. The exact ranking can vary from year to year based on factors such as industrial activity, consumption patterns, and waste management practices.

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Custom Pillow Boxes—A Great Sustainable Packaging Solution

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Pillow boxes are a great, versatile packaging solutions that serve various purposes. Here are some common uses for pillow boxes:

Gift Packaging

Pillow boxes are often used for gift packaging, especially for small items like jewellery, chocolates, or small trinkets. They provide an elegant and unique presentation for gifts.

Party Favours

Pillow boxes are popular for packaging party favours for events like weddings, birthdays, or baby showers. They can be customized with decorative elements and personalised labels to match the theme of the event.

Product Packaging

Many companies use pillow boxes for packaging small retail items such as cosmetics, soaps, candles, or small accessories. The unique shape and design of pillow boxes can help products stand out on store shelves.

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Cellophane is compostable, and a great alternative to plastic

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Genuine Cellophane—a great alternative to plastic

Looking for a plastic-free bag that is compostable, heat sealable, strong, versatile, food safe, with good barrier properties? Why not try cellophane! Cellophane has been around since the early 1900’s invented in 1908 by a Swiss chemist. Made from cellulose (plant fibre), it is a great alternative to plastic. Cellulose film is made from a variety of natural sources, including wood, cotton, hemp, and corn.

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