Grocery suppliers have a long history of using corrugated containers to send their products to distributors and retailers. Most have built an infrastructure to fit and facilitate packing in corrugated boxes. Successful operations require an efficient system for managing the entire process and supply chain – producing, packing, shipping and maintaining positive relations with retail customers.
That’s a lot of moving parts, and packaging is just one piece of the rather complex path a product takes from producer to store. There’s a lot of buzz about GMOs, organic vs. non-organic products, environmental and health impacts, and food safety – all critical issues that suppliers and retailers face in their business.
Corrugated packaging provides real contributions to holistically addressing some of the most pressing grocery supply-chain issues: environmental responsibility, package cleanliness, and efficient economics.