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Flexible Packaging Podcasts
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Consumers are increasingly demanding sustainable products from the brands they support. In this podcast, Sun Chemical’s Rick Stokes will discuss the company’s growing coatings and adhesives portfolio, and how products within the portfolio support brand owners’ sustainability initiatives in three key areas: compostability, recyclability and bio-renewability.
This audio version of Grant Gerke’s article appearing in the April 2022 issue of Flexible Packaging explores how new toothpaste packaging is pushing for more recycling support, as well as how mechanical recycling might see a resurgence in 2022.
In this episode, we talk with Evan Arnold, VP of Business Development at Glenroy, Inc. — a supplier of customized flexible packaging that specializes in flexible packaging laminations and innovative stand-up pouches. Our conversations covers consumer education, store drop-off programs, recycling infrastructure, and how the benefits and carbon footprint of flexible packaging beats everything else.
In this episode, we follow up with branding expert Todd Maute, a partner at CBX. Under his leadership, CBX has developed dozens of comprehensive private brand portfolios across thousands of SKUs for top retailers, like Sam’s Club. Our conversation covers topics like the rise of private labels, consumer behavior trends, opportunities for CPG brands, technology’s critical role in manufacturing and more.
In this episode, the topic is private brands. Our guest Todd Maute, has worked in the private label business for close to 30 years and is currently a partner at the New York-based brand strategy and design agency, CBX. Our conversation covers the state of private brands now, the challenges and the trends he’s seeing. He also provides insight on what private brands can do to win over the next generation of shoppers, Gen Z and reveals what retail category he thinks is the toughest to get right.