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Lisa McTigue Pierce
March 10, 2021
1 Min Read
The newest version of the Replenish reusable, refillable container system, out soon!, gives consumers control to customize their own product mix.Photo supplied by Replenish
The reusable packaging movement is still in its infancy, says Jason Foster, founder of Replenish, but it’s poised to soar as American consumers warm to the experience, and embrace the environmental and economic benefits.
In this episode of Packaging Possibilities, Foster and I talk about trends in reusable primary packaging and then look ahead to a more personalized, expressionable future.
We explore …
• What has changed with consumers, retailers, and brands to where reusable packages are being seriously considered as a viable option in a company’s sustainable packaging strategy, along with reduce and recycle?
• What are some challenges still of reusable packaging and why?
• How has the growth of ecommerce shipping, especially during this pandemic, made a difference and why?
• What’s next for reusable packages in general? What’s next for the Replenish container system?
PACKAGING POSSIBILITIES - Season 1: Episode 3
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About the Author(s)
Executive Editor, Packaging Digest
Lisa McTigue Pierce is Executive Editor of Packaging Digest. She’s been a packaging media journalist since 1982 and tracks emerging trends, new technologies, and best practices across a spectrum of markets for the publication’s global community. Reach her at [email protected] or 630-272-1774.
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