Has anyone called?Dear Esteemed Readers:
When it comes to product packaging, we know you face many difficult choices.
You want your packaging to protect your product’s integrity and quality â€” and ensure the highest level of food safety. You want it to provide the convenience features today’s consumers are demanding, including easy-to-open and easy-to-close technologies and more.
You also want a “greener” packaging solution â€” one that promotes source reduction and other eco-friendly initiatives and even costs less to transport. And speaking of cost, you don’t want to spend a fortune for that solution.
Has anyone at your company called Curwood?
As a wholly owned subsidiary of Bemis Co. Inc., the largest f lexible packaging company in the Americas, Curwood offers packaging solutions that meet all of these needs and more. Our core markets include fresh and prepared meat, natural and processed cheese, coffee, consumer and industrial non-food products, liquids and beverages, and specialty prepared foods. Our market-focused teams ensure a comprehensive approach to service.
Spotlight on SustainabilityDear Esteemed Readers:
As you all undoubtedly are well aware, sustainability is a critical component of doing business today, both domestically and globally. Corporations now understand that they must do their part to conserve our planet’s precious resources.
All of us at Curwood realize the importance packaging plays in the overall sustainability equation for food processors and retailers. Today’s packaging must not only look good and protect the integrity of the product, but also present a reduced environmental impact on the earth.
A Safer PropositionRecent packaging technology innovations allow for a number of food safety improvements, ranging from pathogen management to shelf-life extension.
In recent years, food product recalls tied to pathogen contamination have madeheadline news. As a result, many U.S. consumers have become increasinglydistrustful of the nation’s food supply.Whether dining at home or at a favoriterestaurant, they can’t help but worry about the potential presence of pathogenicbacteria such as E. coli and Listeria monocytogenes.
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