Corrugated is Sustainable
The momentum of plant-based foods is undeniable. To us, it seems only natural to put a plant-based product in a plant-based package. Trees are perennial plants. With a harvest to planting ratio of 1 to 3 trees and a recovery rate of 92 percent, corrugated boxes are made to be remade using both new and recycled plant fibers.
Corrugated cardboard is a very traditional form of packaging; it’s been around for 150 years, but it remains on trend today because of consumer desire for sustainable packaging. There’s a tremendous backlash against single-use packaging — particularly plastic — and that’s driven many in the supply chain to look more closely at corrugated because it’s made from a renewable resource, and has a very high recovery rate. On average, corrugated boxes contain 52% recycled content which means corrugated boxes are made to be remade.