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What Does The Packaging Of 2030 Look Like?
- Aug 28, 2018 -

Population growth and scarcity of resources are major trends today and are changing the habits of consumers and affecting the development of the packaging industry. "Packaging News" editor Philip Chadwick and packaging designer and technical expert Noora Nylander for us to forecast and look forward to the 2030 packaging industry prospects.

Philip Chadwick, editor of Packaging News, believes that the primary function of packaging is to protect the product, and this will not change. However, the pursuit of sustainable development and other major trends is reshaping the entire packaging industry.

“In the packaging industry, sustainable development means developing and designing more eco-friendly materials that mitigate environmental impacts at the end of the production chain. For example, in the UK, the industry has developed recyclable, eco-degradable packaging to successfully cope with these challenge."

Smart packaging is one of the innovations driving the food industry. It helps keep food fresh for a longer period of time, reducing the amount of waste landfill and improving the ecological performance of the product.

“Packaging occupies a relatively small but visible portion of the supply chain. Consumers have different points of interest, and the legislature is also working to reduce the use of packaging materials.”