Natures Organics has been working with rigid and flexible packaging importer and distributor Jet Technologies to ensure it can meet demand for its environmentally friendly products amidst a 70 per cent surge in product demand during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Natures Organics has been in the Australian homecare market for more than 30 years, with its brands such as Earth Choice, OC, and Purity Sensitive. The company has seen demand for its products explode and expects the elevated demand to continue.

Natures Organics has seen demand for some of its products increase by 70 per cent in recent months.
Natures Organics has seen demand for some of its products increase by 70 per cent in recent months.

Natures Organics managing director Ted Arlt said the company’s primary focus is to manufacture and supply fast-moving consumer goods that are made with natural and environmentally friendly materials without compromising quality.

“During this sudden and significant spike in product demand our commitment remains to meet the product needs of our retail customers and their shoppers in the most environmentally friendly way. Thankfully, our trusted supply partners help make this possible,” Arlt said.

Jet Technologies said its industrial division has worked to supply Natures Organics with surfactants, the main active ingredient in home and personal care detergent formulas, for more than 20 years. The surfactants are high quality plant-based ingredients that are sensitive on skin and environmentally sustainable.

Jet Technologies general manager Daniel Malki said Jet Technologies had kept up with the uptick in work during the Covid-19 pandemic.

“During the increased demand many of our customers are currently experiencing, we have ensured every order is fulfilled and running on schedule,” Malki said.

“Nonetheless, we are very pleased that we have been able to supply as usual and support customers like Natures Organics through a busier than usual period.”

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