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Sustainable Packaging

Leave a positive impact with your branding by using sustainable, eco-friendly packaging. Going green isn’t just a trendy buzzword but a goal worth pursuing. Foregoing flashy embellishments on your custom boxes not only saves you money in the long run, but helps out the environment as well.

Easy-to-Create Sustainable Packaging

How exactly is cardboard packaging sustainable and eco-friendly? Cardboard and paper use renewable wood pulp and/or recycled paper. Single-use plastics, on the other hand, use non-renewable fossil fuels. Cardboard and paper can be broken down and reused while plastics don’t break down for decades.

While the use of plastic is unavoidable in some circumstances, it is prudent for businesses to try to leave a minimal carbon footprint. Using sustainably sourced and eco-friendly packaging materials is one of the ways this can be achieved.

Eco-friendly packaging need not be plain or boring too. Packola lets you create eye-catching designs using its 3D Design Studio. This easy-to-use online tool lets you add images, text, shapes, and colors to your packaging design. The 3D preview feature shows you all the changes you make in real-time. You can also view the preview in all possible angles to ensure that your design is exactly the way you want it to be.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Are kraft boxes biodegradable?

Yes. Our kraft boxes are both biodegradable and recyclable.

Q: Can I still include custom designs or logos for eco-friendly products?

Yes, you can. Printed materials can still be recycled. As long as the paper or cardboard isn’t lined with plastic, coated with wax, or has a special treatment on the surface such as foil or spot UV, it can still be recycled.

Q: Can I print on the inside of your boxes?

Yes, you can. When designing your custom box using the 3D Design Studio, click on ‘Add Inside Printing.’