• Copar specialises in transforming any current plastic packaging into both PFAS-free recyclable and compostable wheat straw packaging.
    Copar specialises in transforming any current plastic packaging into both PFAS-free recyclable and compostable wheat straw packaging.
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Copar’s in-house design team works closely with its Australian manufacturing team, with capability to provide alternative options to plastic packaging in both PFAS-free recyclable and compostable wheat straw packaging. It will display this solution at this year's APPEX on Stand E213.

The company says this process ensures an easy transition for businesses, maintaining the functionality and design of their existing plastic packaging, while significantly reducing environmental impact.

For fresh produce, the focus is on maintaining freshness and extending shelf-life. For meat packaging, the company focuses on MAP compliance, preserving product quality and preventing microbial growth.

By opting for the smart and innovative wheat straw packaging, businesses in the fresh produce and meat sectors can make a substantial shift towards sustainability without compromising on quality or appeal.

The PFAS-free wheat straw packaging solutions are designed to be both recyclable and compostable, aligning with global legislation on packaging standards.

Visit Copar at Stand E213. APPEX is taking place on 12-15 March at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Free registration is open now.

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