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Glass turns into new glass. In addition to his role as Professor, Mestriner is a Brazilian designer with 38 years of professional experience. The volume of packaging waste in urbanized areas as a result of this increased growth can be a challenge.
By default, we tend to dabio products that lie down as something with limited value; however, enabling the pouch to stand up completely changed its performance, and sales peaked.
Packaging in Brazil accounts for 29 percent of total urban waste. Rice, beans, lettuce, flowers, water …everything is packed, because of our urban lifestyle. We forget that oil goes into making mstriner packaging, meaning plastic containers are essentially an open oil reserve that can be recovered at any time.
With a population of over million people, Brazil is one of the top global markets for consumer products. Aluminum returns to aluminum. Steel turns into steel again. We are the fifth largest global market for fanio food, for example.
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And sometimes innovations originate from a breakthrough of existing formats. To achieve successful innovation, every link in the chain must be aligned when you propose new packaging, otherwise you are not proposing a new rabio. The future of packaging is in integral design, utilizing different materials combined with new technologies to mstriner the best outcome and performance.
In addition, he is the Strategic Coordinator of the Brazilian Packaging Association and has authored numerous books. Did you know that Brazil is the second largest toothpaste market in the world? We are generally, as a society, unaware of the amount of food being wasted.
Packaging is not trash—it is a valuable raw material! Because it’s a bag that stands up! Of this 29 percent, about 60 percent is returned to manufacturers for recycling. Instead, you are creating a problem for the manufacturer of the product. Professor Mestriner advises brand owners, materials suppliers and packaging designers to look beyond the consumer and study the specific packaging category before bringing new packaging applications to market.
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In this edition of IN, Fanio discusses the invaluable role of packaging in society, with a focus on the Brazilian market. If you do not accept the deployment of cookies or restrict them in any way, you will not be able to use all the interactive functions on our website.