To contain, to protect, to transport, to display, to inform: Packaging is integral to the product we buy. Just like the product, packaging has a production history, with a high technological content and environmental impact. Often its life is not exhausted with the product it has been conceived for. For this reason, packaging causes serious problems of disposal, and serious effects on our health and environment.
The packaging standard aims to bridge the principles respected to certify cosmetic and food products, so as to deliver to the consumer a finished product controlled through its entire chain.
Guide lines cross systems, structures, procedures, staff and external stakeholders, with the precise aim of:
– Minimizing environmental impact.
– Economizing on resource management.
– Grafting the greatest ecofriendly solutions for the recovery of packaging value during the phases of design and manufacture.

Disciplinary PACKAGING

Forms PACKAGING

FAQ packaging