US-based flexible packaging specialist Glenroy has launched Sustainable Packaging Portfolio to help brand owners in the food, pharmaceutical, pet food, nutraceutical, personal care, and household products industries achieve sustainability goals and address the global waste issue.
The Glenroy Sustainable Packaging portfolio features recyclable pouches and film laminations that qualify for the How2Recycle store drop-off label program, post-consumer recycled (PCR) pouches and film laminations made with up to 53 percent recycled content, and the eco-friendly premade Standcap Pouch in a PCR format with up to 48 percent recycled content.
‘Glenroy is dedicated to being an active participant in the circular economy by finding ways to make our flexible packaging more eco-friendly,’ said Evan Arnold, vice president of business development at Glenroy. ‘The Glenroy Sustainable Packaging portfolio offers recyclable, and PCR options for brands in most industries to not only meet their stated sustainability goals but also provide flexible packaging options that their consumers can feel good about.’
According to Glenroy, its team of professionals continues to work with brand owners, partners, and vendors to find new ways to reduce the impact on the environment. The new portfolio is poised to enable the circular economy and provides another step in addressing the global waste issue.
‘As a part of the flexible packaging industry, we are focused more than ever on delivering sustainable, flexible packaging solutions for our customers, retailers, and consumers,’ stated Steve Nichols, vice president of sales and marketing at Glenroy. ‘Our lightweight, flexible packaging already offers an eco-friendly impact compared to alternative package formats but adding recyclable, and PCR flexible packaging options increases the positive environmental impact exponentially. We’re excited about the future of flexible packaging.’
Glenroy has a development pipeline of sustainable, flexible packaging innovations that will be added to the new portfolio in the future.