Aaron L. Brody

Last month’s Packaging column introduced sustainable packaging, an offspring of the spectacular 2000s movement to save our planet by implementing cradle-to-cradle materials philosophies, policies, attitudes, and practices. Packaging appears to have been selected for special attention by sustainability advocates, perhaps because packaging is visible on retail shelves, in home pantries, on tables, in litter, and in solid waste streams. Food packaging is particularly apparent, because it represents…

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