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Help Fuel US Packaging Circularity by July 20th

Help determine which approved food packaging chemicals remain in use by participating in a focused, anonymous survey to support packaging circularity.

Claire Sand

July 1, 2021

1 Min Read

“Any discussion on the circular economy needs to focus on additives we use in converting raw materials into packaging.” — Say many packaging professionals

Dear packaging manufacturers and suppliers,

You can help determine which approved food packaging chemicals remain in use by participating in a focused, anonymous survey. Here’s a four-point guide before we inform you what you can do to help the packaging industry tighten and improve a circular economy in the US.

Note: The original deadline of July 4th has been extended to July 20th. Click Here to go to the original post with the full information including separate survey links to specific types of packaging.

Thank you!

Sincerely, Claire Sand, PhD.

Sand has 30+ years of experience in industry and academia. She is owner of Packaging Technology and Research and Gazelle Mobile Packaging and an Adjunct Professor, CalPoly, Michigan State University, and the University of Minnesota. You can reach her at www.packagingtechnologyandresearch.com or via email [email protected].

About the Author(s)

Claire Sand

Packaging Technology and Research

Claire Sand, PhD, has 30+ years of experience in industry and academia. She is owner of Packaging Technology and Research and Gazelle Mobile Packaging and an Adjunct Professor, CalPoly, Michigan State University, and the University of Minnesota. You can reach her at packagingtechnologyandresearch.com or using the email below.

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