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Black Friday: nearly three quarters of a billion pounds of goods expected to arrive damaged

Nearly three quarters of a billion pounds’ worth of goods sold to Brits during the 2021 Black Friday period are expected to arrive damaged, according to new research from leading sustainable packaging supplier DS Smith. A third of Brits plan to take advantage of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday …

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Mattel’s Matchbox brand aims to be 100 per cent eco-friendly with Drive Towards a Better Future campaign launch

Mattel has taken its commitment to sustainability into the die-cast vehicles space, with the launch of its Drive Toward a Better Future campaign to make all Matchbox cars, play-sets, and packaging from 100 per cent recycled, recyclable, or bio-based plastic. Featuring innovative electric vehicles and environments that model the real …

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Are cardboard boxes this year’s toilet paper? Pandemic drives shortages in supplies UK-wide

Thanks to the ongoing surge in home deliveries driven by the pandemic and the world’s lockdown measures, cardboard boxes could very well be this year’s toilet paper. According to the Royal Mail, it is estimated that some 200 million more parcels went through the postal and courier system over the …

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Dolls specialist Zapf Creation commits to plastic-free packaging with 2021 sustainable roll-out

Zapf Creation – the name behind the hit doll brands Baby Annabell and Baby Born – is waving goodbye to the traditional transparent plastic window boxes in an overhaul of its product packaging and response to the growing demand for plastic-free packaging in the toy market. In its commitment to …

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Hasbro will start phasing out plastic packaging next year in mission to eliminate by 2022

Hasbro has detailed its plans to begin phasing out plastic from new product packaging, including elements like polybags, elastic bands, shrink wrap, window sheets and blister packs from 2020. The move will be part one of Hasbro’s ambition to eliminate ‘virtually all’ plastic packaging for new products by the end …

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