Cloud Kitchen

Takeaway packaging for any restaurant across the world needs distinct attention as every brand is trying to transport the same experience of the restaurant in a box. Cloud kitchens business are budding in India which has also increased the demand for packaging for food delivery.Major challenge with cloud kitchen is the restaurant has to build the brand without a physical …

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Pharma

The India pharmaceutical packaging market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5% over the forecast period 2020 to 2025. The growing population, rising health awareness, increasing life expectancy can be attributed to the growth of the pharmaceuticals packaging industry. Moreover, growing awareness of environmental issues due to traditional packaging material and the adoption of new regulatory standards for …

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Household Packaging

Household Packaging mainly includes cleaners, paper products, office supplies, hardware, home improvement products, car repair items, lightbulbs, batteries, books and more packaging. Packaging style will vary according to the product life and character. Commonly using rigid boxes for powders, liquid products (Washing Powder) & flexible packaging for semi rigid, rigid products (Cleaning brush). The packaging for these products has evolved …

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Make way for Sustainability

Sustainability is a broad discipline, giving insights into most aspects of the human world from business to technology to environment and the social sciences. Sustainability draws on politics, economics and, philosophy and other social sciences as well as the hard sciences. When we hear the word “sustainability” we tend to think of renewable fuel sources, reducing carbon emissions, protecting environments and a way of keeping the delicate ecosystems of our planet in balance. In short, sustainability looks to protect our natural environment, human and ecological health, while driving innovation and not compromising our way of life. We now live in a modern, consumerist and largely urban existence throughout the developed world and we consume a lot of natural resources every day. In our urban centres, we consume more power than those who live in rural settings and urban centres use a lot more power than average, keeping our streets and civic buildings lit, to power our appliances, our heating and other public and household power requirements. That’s not to say that sustainable living should only focus on people who live in urban centres though, there are improvements to be made everywhere – it is estimated that we use about 40% more resources every year than we can put back and that needs to change. Sustainability and sustainable development focuses on balancing that fine line between competing needs – our need to move forward technologically and economically, and the needs to protect the environments in which we and others live. Sustainability is not just about the environment, it’s also about our health as a society in ensuring that no people or areas of life suffer as a result of environmental legislation, and it’s also about examining the longer term effects of the actions humanity takes and asking questions about how it may be improved. Three Pillars of Sustainability In 2005, the World Summit on Social Development identified three core areas that contribute to the philosophy and social science of sustainable development. These “pillars” in many national standards and certification schemes, form the backbone of tackling the core areas that the world now faces. The …

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