SIG has provided US-based beverage company Drink Simple with a renewable packaging solution for its maple water beverage.
Drink Simple Maple Water will now be packaged in SIG’s combidome carton, which is made from a composite material containing 75% paperboard, sourced from renewable raw wood materials.
The beverage company claims that the package demonstrates its commitment to sustainable practices, as the carton packaging contains such high levels of renewable material.
According to SIG, combidome cartons are manufactured using only raw cardboard from trees in forests that are certified by the Forest Stewardship Council or other controlled sources.
Founder and CEO of Drink Maple Kate Weiler said: “Our maple water provides naturally sweet hydration, in addition to nutritional benefits not found in other drinks.
“We set out to bring this delicious, better-for-you beverage option to consumers everywhere, and we strived to do so sustainably.
“This extends beyond our product processing, but also to our packaging.”
© FoodBev Media Ltd 2018
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