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28 September 2016

New Business Models for Enabling the Circular Economy

New business models lie at the heart of the circular economy, a restorative or regenerative economic model in which resources are endlessly cycled back into supply chains and waste does not exist. Accenture has identified five circular business models companies can leverage – singly or in combination – to generate resource productivity improvements in innovative ways that also cut costs, generate revenue, and enhance customer value and differentiation.
26 September 2016

Nearing the Finish Line: How Pilot Plants help Companies Perfect Recipes before Production

In this Q&A, Alex Croy, Tetra Pak's pilot plant manager, shares an inside look at pilot testing and how this process can help food and beverage brands get new products to market faster.
21 September 2016

Partnering to Achieve Curbside Enthusiasm for Recycling

Recycling is more than placing a plastic bottle or paper into any receptacle featuring the familiar three-arrow logo. It is an important weapon in our fight against climate change. Our resource base is dwindling while greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise. Getting more packages to be recycled is an issue that will require concerted effort among local governments, industry end markets, haulers, material recovery facilities, converters and of course, companies creating recyclable packaging like Tetra Pak.
07 September 2016

Getting More From Less

Elisabeth Comere, our Director of Environment & Government Affairs, discusses why investments in sustainable packaging are essential and highlights the benefits of sustainable packaging in a cost constrained world.
09 August 2016

Why Paring Down Ingredients Attracts Consumers

Eliseo Barcas, Tetra Pak’s vice president of sales, explores the popularity of paring down ingredients, and shares tips for delivering packaged or preserved products to meet this demand in the article Why Paring down Ingredients Attracts Consumers featured on Food Dive.
08 August 2016

Why we Consider our Environmental Impact on Earth Overshoot Day

Today, Earth Overshoot Day, is a good day to think about our ecological footprint. It marks the day that we have collectively used as much from nature as Earth can renew in a year.

We see it as a day to renew our pledge to sustainability and environmental innovations that can have a positive impact on the planet we call home. Through our use of renewable packaging, we're preserving natural resources, lowering our carbon footprint and helping to mitigate climate change. Learn more about the role renewable materials have to play in our planet's future.