It is extremely important for the success of medical treatment that patients adhere exactly to the medication prescribed to them. Numerous studies prove that adherence to therapy pays off. But studies also show that many patients ignore their treatment plans – out of stubbornness, carelessness or excessive demands. This so-called non-adherence not only jeopardizes the success of treatment, but also causes immense costs for the health care systems.
Seaweed-based packaging as a replacement for plastic will ease the waste management process because it is biodegradable and it will ensure that the packaging waste can return to the earth naturally. The reduction of plastic usage is going to reduce gas emissions too since production of plastic uses toxins and chemical materials which release carbon dioxide into the air and heavily contributes to air pollution. No more plastic waste also means no more plastic ends up in the ocean and it will help maintain seashore cleanliness.
DO WE KNOW EACH OTHER?
Now that you’re here, let us tell you who we are and how we can help!
Based on the Six Degrees of Separation theory any person on this Earth could be introduced to ANYONE ELSE through a MAXIMUM of SIX mutual connections.
Think about it. Just 6 people between you and your desired contact. This theory applies to both social and professional dynamics.
SO WHERE DOES PACKAGING CONNECTIONS COME INTO PLAY?
What is Migration?
Migration is the transfer of chemical compounds from plastic packaging materials into food products.
These chemical compounds are usually present in inks and adhesives that travel through the primary packaging material to contaminate the contents. This can be extremely dangerous when the contents are either food or medicines.
Earlier, migration testing was only performed on containers, closures and other packaging components, excluding labels.
Plastic is the world’s most adaptable material. From bikes to food wraps and from jets to pencils,you can make anything and everything from plastics. With the infinite number of uses, plastic also have some devastating impacts on our planet. Most plastics produced today are made using petroleum-based compounds that release harmful gases into the atmosphere. Waste solutions are inefficient, and harmful by-products toxic our land, water and wildlife.
Packaging of dry foods is a meticulous process. They need to be packaged in such a way to ensure long term storage and transport. Preservation of these processed food is aided by the removal of oxygen from the packaging, either by vacuum packaging or nitrogen flushing.
In this blog, we will talk about the process of nitrogen flushing and its relevance.
Nitrogen flushing is a form of Modified Atmosphere Packaging method.
There are many organizations who believe that packaging design is as important as the brand itself. The product packaging design plays an important role in branding your items in the retail environment. One thing that should be noted is that the ‘catchier’ the design is, the more audiences it will attract. A good packaging will also enable you to differentiate the products from your competitors.
CATCHING THE EYE
From product protection to marketing, packaging serves a multitude of purposes.
The targeted audience must be able to quickly grasp the need, purpose, and use of a product from its packaging to want to buy it.
A rather cynical and hard-to-please audience is children. Easily bored and extremely dependent on visual stimulation, the young demographic needs instant engagement features even before they reach the toys inside.
Following up on the previous blog, we want to share with you 5 nationally and internationally brands that adopted 100% recycling or 100% recycled packaging in 2020.
The new Dettol Liquid handwash Black is made with 100 percent Post-Consumer Resin (PCR).