Meat packaging firm Sealed Air to switch to 100% recycable or reusable materials

Packaging supplier Sealed Air has announced a plastics pledge to make all of its packaging 100% recyclable or reusable by 2025. The company will accelerate its use of recycled materials, expand reuse models for packaging, the firm said.

“Plastic packaging materials need to be ideally suited to meet the essential requirements of today’s complex supply chains that demand properties such as sealability, toughness and clarity,” said Ron Cotterman, Sealed Air vice president of corporate innovation and sustainability. “By focusing on product design, renewable and recycled materials and recovery processes, we will drive innovations that enhance performance and efficiency.”

In addition to this new global plastics commitment, Sealed Air continues to invest in an expanding portfolio of sustainable solutions such as food packaging made from Plantic plant-based starch and recovered materials, EcoPure plant-based cushioning foams, newly released Cryovac Darfresh skin packaging options made with recycled PET material.

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