Paper-based food packaging
and serviceware: Enhanced performance and reduced environmental footprint
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Register now and plan to attend this conference to:
- Gain insights from leading converting companies about future needs and trends in paper and paperboard packaging
- Hear from industry experts on a number of innovations targeting superior performance
in paper- and paperboard-based food packaging and serviceware
- Learn about end-of-life management practices that improve environmental footprints
- Gain regulatory insights regarding entry to supply European markets
Brand owners generally prefer the natural look and feel of paper- and paperboard-based food packaging and serviceware compared to plastic products. Existing favorable environmental characteristics add appeal, and these products have high potential for even greater environmental advantages when it comes to end-of-life management. On the other hand, current performance sometimes is regarded as inferior to plastic in certain applications. But that is changing as innovative coatings emerge from the laboratory and into the marketplace. These new developments may lead to greater market penetration for paper- and paperboard-based products in the food industry.
If you are in paper and paperboard manufacturing or converting, or supply chemicals and polymers to the paper and paperboard industries, be sure to attend this one-day conference. Brand owners and the QSR sector will also gain insights from these conference presentations.
Travel, lodging and area information
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point is conveniently located a 25-minute drive from Central Wisconsin Airport. The Stevens Point Area Convention and Visitors Bureau websitehas lodging information and other area information. If you're traveling from a distance or internationally and are interested in extending your stay for tourism, visit the Travel Wisconsin website for ideas and detailed information.