If you’re wondering which type of cardboard packaging is best for your products, then let’s make it clear that corrugated packaging is expected to outperform other types of packaging this year and next. So, if you’re still undecided, read on, and find out why so many businesses are turning to corrugated packaging as an alternative to more traditional ones such as plastic bags and crates.
As you’ll start to see, corrugated cardboard is becoming a more acceptable and more useful way of packing groceries and non-food items. It’s a common-sense choice aimed at making companies lives easier and the transition from factory to retail shelf smoother.
More Grocery Deliveries, Better Packaging Required
There are currently many businesses who are now offering online grocery deliveries, and this means that packaging needs to be strong and secure. Even products which don’t hold food still need to be strong and effective. As brands and suppliers are trying to adapt strategies to changing consumer habits, packaging must adapt too.
Corrugated Boxes – Alternative to Plastic Bags and Crates
Corrugated boxes are now slowly replacing plastic bags and crates for the transportation of food. It’s easy to understand why, the cleanliness of plastic crates has been called into questions recently, and its well documented how harmful plastic bags can be. You’ll also find corrugated boxes keep food products fresh for longer and naturally strong enough to minimise accidents during transportation
We Believe in Corrugated Packaging
With all this in mind, it’s no small wonder then, that here at Kimberley Watson Packaging we’re seeing an exponential increase in the sale of corrugated cardboard. We believe it’s the way forward for the packaging of groceries and other items. It’s safe, strong and durable, making it an easy choice as opposed to other forms of packaging.
Recyclable and Biodegradable
What’s also great about corrugated cardboard packaging is that it’s both recyclable and naturally biodegradable, making it safe for the environment. Naturally, it’s always best to recycle, but you’ll know that either way, you’re using a product that’s not going to create harmful waste.