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The Horta del Rajolar Project offers ecological, healthy and quality vegetables. This project promotes sustainable agriculture, based on the principles of The Economy for the Common Good. Grupo La Plana collaborates actively with Fundació Novessendes since 2001.

Very interesting all the topics discussed today in the First Meeting of Packaging and Circular Economy, organized by the Cluster of packaging innovation. As packaging manufacturers we welcome initiatives like this.

Alimarket, IDE magazine and other media publish an interesting article on sustainable punnets and Grupo La Plana.

Cartonajes La Plana joins as a partner the Cluster of Innovation in Packaging and Wrapping, a business association that favors business opportunities in the sector, addressing cooperation strategies that result in the generation of innovative and competitive ideas and products.

Did you know? Corrugated cardboard containers generate up to 69.22% less CO2 emissions than folding boxes made of reusable plastic in the export of fruit and vegetables.
In a study carried out by Pro Cartón, in which 7000 consumers from seven European countries were interviewed, interesting conclusions were obtained:
52% of Europeans believe that cardboard packaging is the most respectful and sustainable form of packaging. That they are made of natural and renewable materials is considered one of its most important characteristics.
75% admit that the environmental impact of the containers and packaging of the products affects their purchasing decisions and 77% would be willing to pay more for more sustainable packages and packaging.
91% would buy in a store that proactively encouraged its suppliers to use cardboard packaging.
90% of consumers want the labeling report on the sustainability of packaging.
Did you know? Corrugated cardboard containers generate up to 69.22% less CO2 emissions than folding boxes made of reusable plastic in the export of fruit and vegetables.
In a study carried out by Pro Cartón, in which 7000 consumers from seven European countries were interviewed, interesting conclusions were obtained:
52% of Europeans believe that cardboard packaging is the most respectful and sustainable form of packaging. That they are made of natural and renewable materials is considered one of its most important characteristics.
75% admit that the environmental impact of the containers and packaging of the products affects their purchasing decisions and 77% would be willing to pay more for more sustainable packages and packaging.
91% would buy in a store that proactively encouraged its suppliers to use cardboard packaging.
90% of consumers want the labeling report on the sustainability of packaging.