DS Smith trials packaging made from cocoa shells, straw and seaweed to reduce waste

New materials are being trialled by DS Smith including flowers, seaweed, cocoa shells and agricultural waste to aid in the fight against production emissions 

“This is a trial project with a range of materials which will assess their suitability, performance, recyclability and cost,” a DS Smith spokesperson tells PackagingInsights.

“These trials are aimed at discovering how we can lessen the impact of our own operations, including reducing energy and water and help our customers do the same.”

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